J.C.O. v. Comm'r of Pub. Safety
The State revoked our client's drivers license for a full year after a breath test reported a result of 0.18. We fought to get the test result thrown out, arguing that our client's constitutional right to consult with an attorney was denied just before he submitted to this test -- even though he was given access to a telephone and phone books.
Our argument worked, and the judge threw out the license revocation. As an added bonus for our client, we used our victory in the Implied Consent / license revocation case to convince the criminal prosecutor to drop the DWI charges entirely!