The DUI law firm of Naegle Law is one of the most renowned DUI attorneys in the nation. Bill and Jane are two average looking, middle aged mothers who have been pulled over for driving under the influence of alcohol. They were unable to drive home, so they walked to the nearby liquor store, purchased twenty dollars worth of liquor, and went inside to wait for their ride home. While in the parking lot, a drunk driver from across the street decided to pull up next to them. When the officer took a look at the license, he found that Jane was indeed a DUI and she promptly got out of the car. look at here Naegle Law Firm, PLC – DUI Lawyer
The next thing that happened was that the officer immediately asked Jane to come out of the car and get off the vehicle. Jane ignored his request, so another officer drove up and asked her to come out of the car. She told the officer that she was not intoxicated and did not believe that she was driving under the influence of alcohol. At that point, the other officer called for backup and soon two other officers showed up at the scene.
As soon as the other two police officers arrived, they began speaking to Jane. One of them asked her if she had any troubles regarding traffic, and asked to speak with her supervisor. Later that day, the DUI attorney showed up and spoke with Jane until she gave him permission to take her to his office to meet with the arresting officer. He and his DUI attorney then spent an hour talking on the telephone.
When the attorney arrived, the two officers informed him that she was being charged with driving under the influence. He asked to be removed from the case, but was told by the arresting officer that there were no more charges against her. About an hour later, he received a phone call at his office from her. Jane stated that she had been arrested for DUI by an officer named Eric Detweiler. He was the one that pulled her over. According to her, he identified himself as an officer, and informed her that he could not be at her car because he was on vacation and would be back in town the next day.
Jane was taken to the booking area, where she remained throughout the night. A deputy from the neighboring jurisdiction arrived and read the ticket, and the two parties settled matters. The following morning, Jane made a statement to the court stating that she did indeed drink alcohol that night, and that she had accepted the advice of her DUI attorney, who had advised her not to drive. She expressed her regret that she had been caught, and that she accepted responsibility for the DUI that she had been charged with.
The next day, the prosecuting attorneys filed a motion to suppress the DUI charge against Jane. Her DUI attorney, knowing that the state would attempt to reduce the sentence, requested that the court enter a bench trial, meaning that the case could move forward. The motion was denied, and Jane returned to jail. Her attorney was not paid her bail money, and she was scheduled to appear in court on the next day.
Shortly thereafter, another lawyer from the DUI law firm got in touch with the arresting officer, and learned that the charges against Jane had been dropped. The arresting officer, although unaware that the original charges had been dismissed, said he saw no other choice but to drop them. Apparently, there were too many defense witnesses to try to get the charges dismissed. This is when the DUI attorney’s knowledge of local procedures and laws came in handy.
After spending many months trying to resolve the case through the courts, Jane settled in April of 2021 for a cash settlement. On appeal, her case was affirmed by the Appellate Division of the Florida Supreme Court. Her attorney was not paid his legal fees, although the case was not concluded until after he submitted a report that showed the lower courts had erred in their calculations regarding reasonable doubt. He subsequently lost the case.