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State v. D.M.
St. Lucie County - DUI
"Former Boston College Football player and NFL prospect stopped on A1A in Ft. Pierce for failing to maintain a single lane by a St. Lucie County Sheriff's Deputy whose father is the current elected state attorney. Client performed poorly on the field sobriety test and appeared to be intoxicated. Client arrested for DUI. Mr. Roden filed a motion to suppress:
Case Dismissed

State v. V.Z.
Indian River County - DUI
Student Pilot arrested for failing to maintain a single lane by the top DUI cop in Vero Beach, Florida. Client performed poorly on field sobriety tests; arrested for DUI and failed the breath test. Mr. Roden filed a motion to suppress:
Case Dismissed

State v. A.M.
Martin County - DUI
Vacationing Chicago Police Officer stopped for hitting a concrete medium and for failing to maintain a single lane in Stuart, Florida by the Martin County Sheriff's Office. Client arrested for DUI. Mr. Roden conducted a jury trial that received media attention:
Verdict: Not Guilty

State v. J.W.
St. Lucie County - DUI
Tradesman stopped for driving erratically and for failing to use headlights at night in Port St. Lucie, Florida by the Port St. Lucie Department. Client admitted to consuming well over a six pack and performed poorly on the field sobriety tests. Client arrested for DUI. Mr. Roden conducted a jury trial:
Verdict: Not Guilty

State v. M.F.
Indian River County - Second DUI
School teacher stopped for failing to maintain a single lane in Vero Beach, Florida by the Indian River County Sheriff's Office. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests and admitting to alcohol consumption, she was charged with her second DUI. Mr. Roden conducted a jury trial:
Verdict: Not Guilty

State v. R.L.
St. Lucie County - DUI
Electrician stopped for erratic driving in Port St. Lucie, Florida by the Port St. Lucie Police Department and arrested for DUI. Defendant submitted to a breathalyzer and blew well over the legal limit. He next asked for a blood test to dispute the results, but was denied it. Mr. Roden filed a motion to exclude the breath test results which was granted by the judge.
Case Reduced: Reckless Driving

State v. C.T.
St. Lucie County - Felony DUI with Serious Bodily Injuries
Single female stopped by the Port St. Lucie Department for dragging her boyfriend through the parking lot of a bar with her truck. The victim received severe injuries. During this process she was alleged to have driven towards some police officers in a threatening manner. Client was charged with DUI with serious bodily injuries; leaving the scene of an accident with personal injuries, refusal to sign citation, battery on a law enforcement officer, and multiple other counts. Client faced a minimum of seven years in jail. Mr. Roden conducted a jury trial & client avoided going to the Department of Corrections:
Verdict: Jury found for the lowest degree of DUI and failure to sign citation.

State v. D.L.
Martin County - DUI with Property Damage
Government employee arrested for DUI by the Martin County Sheriff's Office after backing into a parked vehicle during a local festival. Client smelt of alcohol and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Mr. Roden intensely negotiated a downward departure.
Case Reduced: Reckless Driving

State v. N.H.
Indian River County - DUI
Chemical Sales Representative called at home and ordered to the scene of an accident involving her boyfriend by the Florida Highway Patrol. Once at the scene, law enforcement noticed that she was unable to fill out paperwork; appeared impaired and were made aware she had been drinking throughout the day. She was arrested for DUI; performed the field sobriety tests and provide a breath sample above the legal limit. Mr. Roden filed numerous motions to suppress and negotiated fiercely.
Case Reduced: Reckless Driving

State v. J.G.
Indian River County - DUI with Property Damage
Construction worker involved in an auto accident with elderly victims. After noticing the smell of alcohol on his breath, seeing that he was acting erratically and noticing that he had difficulty standing, he was arrested for DUI with Property Damage by the Indian River County Sheriff's Office. Despite a low blow on the intoxilyzer, defendant was requested to provide a urine sample, which he refused, because of law enforcement concerns that he might be under the influence of drugs. After intense negotiation and threatening to file several motions:
Case Reduced: Reckless Driving

State v. D.N.
Saint Lucie County - Second DUI in Five Years
International Manufacturer pulled over for driving behind a closed business after hours by the Saint Lucie County Sheriff's Office. Client was visibly sick from alcohol and failed the sobriety tests. Afterward he was charged with his second DUI in five years. After intense negotiations and filing a motion:
Case Reduced: Reckless Driving 

State v. R.M.
Indian River County - Third DUI
Facilities Manager of Overseas Military Base found asleep in car in the middle of intersection by Indian River law enforcement. After performing poorly on the field sobriety tests and blowing over the legal limit, he was charged with his third DUI. After intense negotiation:
Case Result: No Jail

State v. V.M.
Case Reduced:  Reckless Driving
Saint Lucie County - DUI
Mexican American stopped by the Saint Lucie County Sheriff's Office for speeding and rolling through a stop sign. After observing a bottle of liquor & a twelve pack of beer in his car, smelling alcohol on his breath, hearing my client's admission to alcohol consumption and seeing him perform poorly on a field sobriety test, the deputy arrested him for DUI. After intense negotiations, wherein counselor highlighted racist actions by the law enforcement officer toward his client:
Case Reduced: Reckless Driving

State v. T.S.
Brevard County - DUI
Waitress stopped for speeding by the Brevard County Sheriff's Office. After observing her stagger from her car, admit to having consumed alcohol and failing a field sobriety test, the deputy arrested her for DUI. After intense negotiation:
Case Reduced: Reckless Driving

 

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