Motion to Dismiss Allowed - Case Dismissed
Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol; Quincy District Court; Commonwealth v. C.I.; December 19, 2023
Braintree Police Officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a person passed out behind the wheel. When the investigating officers arrived on scene, they observed the Defendant inside of a vehicle with her head resting on the steering wheel. The Defendant was at first unresponsive and then presented as disoriented and confused. Once out of the car, the Defendant was unsteady on her feet, swayed side to side, and was stumbling around. The Defendant was thereafter slurring her words, was unable to do Field Sobriety Tests, and was arrested for the charged offense.
Attorney Ciraulo filed on behalf of the Defendant a Motion to Dismiss asserting that the there was no evidence the Defendant consumed or ingested alcohol. Attorney Ciraulo successfully argued that the case should be Dismissed and the Court agreed.
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