Q: If an officer is testifying against me at trial, is there a motion to prohibit him from wearing his uniform?
I was pulled over for a DUI whereas my bac was .30. The officer later alleged that I attempted to bribe him but has no evidence of me doing such except his own word against mine. Is there a motion that I can file to prohibit the officer from wearing his uniform during his testimony at trial?
Also, how can someone who is slurring heavily, unable to stand without accommodation and at a .30 be taken seriously? Don't you have to formulate a bribe and have intent? How can I research case law and what should I be looking up? Thank you in advance!
A: more info needed.
you have a VERY HIGH reading and if it comes down to your word vs officer, they are going to believe the officer is all likelihood.
in almost 50 years of practice I have only seen a handful of .3... readings.
i am not sure it would make any difference to jurors who hear how under the influence you were.
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