California DUI attorneys explain new adverse Coffey DMV ruling

The California Supreme Court today ruled that circumstantial evidence such as an officer’s observations can be used to show a motorist had a blood-alcohol level above the .08% legal limit, California DUI lawyers learned today. The case began with Ashley Jourdan Coffey suing the state Department of Motor Vehicles ( DMV ) which suspended her driving privileges after her California DUI was dropped and she pleaded guilty to a “wet reckless” charge.¬†Coffey was arrested Nov. 13, 2011, about 1:30 a.m.,

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