State v. S.B.L.
Our client was charged with driving after ingesting drugs -- and under Minnesota law, having any amount of Schedule I or II controlled substances in your system is "automatically" a crime if you were caught driving a vehicle.
We fought tooth and nail, and ultimately found our victory in an unlikely place; the State was unable to prove that they had a valid warrant to take our client's blood. Most attorneys would simply "trust" that the State's evidence was what they said it was (and would use that knowledge to try and convince their client to "just pled guilty"). We're not very trusting, and that lack of trust led to another victory for another one of our clients.