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  • Police Charge Arrest Wrong Person Drunk Driving

    mistaken identity!  not guilty of drunk driving! Summary:  Mechanic with .201 falsely charged with operating while intoxicated in Anchorage, Alaska; Attorney Fred Slone obtained a not guilty verdict for his client by proving his client was innocent by mistaken identity. This was a second DWI ca... Read On

  • Not Guilty Drunk Driving By Necessity

    Not driving - not drunk - not guilty Summary:  An airline pilot was issued a citation for drunk driving; sobriety test results included a .133 breath test and .132 blood test. After three years of diligent defense work, Attorney Fred Slone obtained an acquittal for his client. This was the firs... Read On

  • Pilot Not Guilty Saves Pilot's License

    pilot issued dui - slone proves not guilty! Summary:  An airline pilot was issued a citation for drunk driving; sobriety test results included a .133 breath test and .132 blood test. After three years of diligent defense work, Attorney Fred Slone obtained an acquittal for his client. This case ... Read On

  • Entry Without Warrant Is Illegal

    illegal entry - dui reckless driving dismissed Summary: Police enter home without warrant, test occupant and arrest him for drunk driving and reckless driving, thus violating his constitutional rights with an illegal search and seizure. Attorney Fred Slone wins motion to suppress evidence; charg... Read On

  • Fairbanks Uncertified Breath Test Machine Results DUI Dismissed

    uncertified breath machine results dismissed Summary:  An uncertified breath test machine and test administered by an uncertified person results in evidence beings suppressed, but Fairbanks District Attorney refuses to dismiss DUI case until he faces a preliminary trial at which Attorney Fred Sl... Read On

  • Medication

    medication causes false sobriety test Summary:  Alleged drunk driver used medication (Primatine Mist) before being tested; Attorney Fred Slone gets charges dismissed. Drunk driving can be referred to by several acronyms: DUI DWI OWI OUI. state of alaska vs. A. S., district court, kenai alaska ... Read On

  • Faulty Breath Test Machine

    .141 breath test - trial results in not guilty Summary:             M.M., president of an airline, was stopped by an Anchorage Police Officer   for speeding. The officer noticed signs of intoxication, conducted field   "sobriety" tests which M.M. allegedly failed, and M. M. was arrested for driv... Read On

  • Police Administered Blood Alcohol Tests Incorrectly

    dui, refusal dismissed for failure to preserve Summary:  Police fail to preserve recordings results in Attorney Fred Slone obtaining dismissal of drunk driving and refusal charges. Drunk driving can be referred to by several acronyms: DUI DWI OWI OUI. alaska vs. c. r., district court, Unalaska... Read On

  • Possession of Marijuana & DWI

    dismissed drug possession - acquitted dwi Background: K. M. was driving back to Anchorage after a long weekend fishing trip on the   Kenai Peninsula. As he came into Anchorage he was approaching a "T"   intersection, in which he had a stop sign traveling north, while the east-west   traffic was ... Read On

  • Drunk Driving Test Conducted With Denture

    police administer test incorrectly Summary:  Man with dentures and .136 breath test defended by  Attorney Fred Slone and acquitted at trial. alaska vs. P. M., district court, palmer stop by state police for littering P.M. was driving on the Parks Highway from Fairbanks to Anchorage. He was st... Read On

  • Boating While Intoxicated Charges Dropped

    boating dui, refusal, eluding - dismissed! Summary:  Poor police work opens the door for Attorney Fred Slone to get the charges dismissed for boating DUI, eluding and refusal of a breath test charges. state of alaska vs. B. B., district court, whittier harbor dispatcher reports possible boatin... Read On

  • Motorcycle Accident By Military Personnel

    drinking & accident not dui Background: J. P. was hosting a social gathering at this house to celebrate his recent   promotion in the military. At one point J.P. was giving a guest a ride on his   motorcycle. The motorcycle went off the pavement on a winding portion of the   highway and ende... Read On

  • Illegal Search Dismisses DUI, Test Refusal, Driving While Drunk & Revoked

    illegal search gets charges dismissed Summary: Illegal entry by police into garage results in dismissal of drunk driving, refusal to submit to a sobriety test and driving while revoked. In this case Attorney Fred Slone's client, B. R., was charged with driving while   intoxicated (DWI), driving... Read On

  • Police Lie: Driver Not Impaired

    not impaired! not guilty Summary:  L. H. was driving from Anchorage to Palmer on the Glenn Highway. She had picked   up a hitchhiker in Anchorage, and was giving him a ride to Palmer. L. H. was   stopped on the Glenn Highway, south of Palmer for speeding 73 in a 55 mph zone.   The trooper noted ... Read On

  • Careless Driving - Not Drunk Driving

    jury acquits .100 breath test curb jumper Summary: Jury acquits driver with .100 blood alcohol level after breath test who was seen driving over curb. A.D. was stopped after the officer allegedly observed him speeding and driving   up and over a curb. Field "sobriety" tests were administered, a... Read On

  • Pilot Arrested Driving While Intoxicated

    .141 breath test - trial results in not guilty Summary:              M. M., president of an airline, was stopped by an Anchorage Police Officer   for speeding. The officer noticed signs of intoxication, conducted field   "sobriety" tests which M. M. allegedly failed, and M. M. was arrested for d... Read On

  • Third Drunk Driving Charge Dismissed

    evidence suppressed! third dui dismissed! Summary:  Third drunk driving offense dismissed; Attorney Fred Slone won motion to suppress evidence. This was the third DWI case in which Attorney Frederick Slone represented L. C. The first case   resulted in a not guilty verdict at trial. The second ... Read On

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