Recent Trials of Battlefield Law Group PLLC

When choosing a trial attorney for your case, a lawyer should be able to point to recent trials and discuss them with you. Awards show an attorney’s reputation in the community but if the attorney has not won a DUI/DWI trial recently, you may want to seek representation that is currently winning trials. Like speaking a different language – if you don’t use it; you lose it. Same with trial DUI/DWI attorneys. The more often an attorney is in trial zealously representing clients and winning, the sharper the attorney is for handling various trial issues.

  • March 10, 2020

    DUI 1st BAC .15

    This was a first offense for our under 21 year old client, and was charged in Warren County, VA. Client was pulled over for speeding and was given a series of field sobriety tests. Despite doing well on these tests, the officer insisted on a PBT which client blew into and resulted in the arrest. Through negotiations, it was clear that this young adult would not be best served by a DUI. The prosecution ultimately amended the charge to Reckless Driving which saved this young adult many additional penalties. Reckless Driving.

  • February 26, 2020

    DUI 3rd/ Possession of Marijuana Nolle Prossed

    Our client was charged with DUI 3rd in Prince William County with a BAC of .06. The client was not presumed sober because the BAC was above .04. Nevertheless, upon review of the body camera footage, it was clear that the client didn’t appear intoxicated. The suspected marijuana was found after the arrest. Due to careful negotiations with the prosecutor decided to not pursue the charges against my client any further and agreed that the case should be expunged. Case Nolle Prossed.

  • February 25. 2020

    Felony Shooting from a Vehicle Suppression Motion Granted

    My client was accused of shooting a firearm from his vehicle in Culpeper County. There was an unlawful search down on his vehicle when he was stopped. The officer admitted that he did not believe my client to be armed and dangerous to justify the search of the vehicle. Court ruled that the firearm would be excluded from trial. Motion Granted.

  • February 13, 2020

    DUI 1st Amended

    Our client was in a single car accident. The police arrived at his disabled vehicle and immediately suspected DUI. Despite client’s efforts to be compliant and took all the field sobriety tests well, client was placed under arrest for DUI. At the station, a breath sample of .06 was provided. After much discussion with the prosecution, the case was amended to the traffic infraction of Improper Driving. Traffic Infraction.

  • December 12, 2019

    DUI 1st .17 Amended

    Our client was pulled over after driving in the median. Upon being pulled over, the officer immediately began commanding our client to do what he asked. He even repeatedly said that it was a requirement that the standardize field sobriety tests must be done, despite them being legally voluntary. Due to this, prosecution offered the traffic infraction of improper driving. Traffic Infraction.

  • December 11, 2019

    DUI 1st .14

    Client was pulled over at Jiffy Lube Live but not at the checkpoint. During the police encounter client appeared on body camera to be sober. Very clear speech and did well on the field sobriety tests. At the station a breath test was provided however, it was on a machine that had a previous error code that called into question the accuracy of my client’s sample. Additionally, the rest for the stop in the first place called into question whether rights were violated. To avoid possible loss at trial, client agreed to reckless driving, without license suspension and without ASAP. Reckless Driving.