This week, in a repeat DWI case, DWI Defense Attorney Max A. Keller of Keller Criminal Defense Attorneys secured another legal victory in a fourth offense repeat DWI case in Dakota County. Mr. Keller’s client was charged with Driving after Cancellation as Inimical to Public Safety (DAC-IPS) which happens when a driver’s license is cancelled for too many DWI’s, as well as fourth degree DWI and driving in violation of a restricted license (B-card violation). Even though his client had 3 prior DWI’s, Mr. Keller got his client’s implied consent driver’s license revocation thrown out in March, 2011 when he showed that his client had a prescription for the drugs that showed up in a blood test after the client was arrested for DWI. The same test showed that the driver had NO ALCOHOL in his system whatsoever. Then, at a contested omnibus hearing in the Dakota County DWI criminal case on July 20, 2011, Mr. Keller got the criminal fourth degree DWI charge dismissed for the same reasons, even though his client had 3 prior DWI’s so that this was his fourth repeat DWI. His client, who plead guilty to DAC, received no jail time and was very happy.
Each case is unique, but if you are accused of DWI based in part upon the fact that you were taking prescription drugs, many defenses may be available to under the law. You need an experienced DWI prescription drugs defense attorney like Max A. Keller of Keller Criminal Defense Attorneys.
If you could use some aggressive DWI defense for a repeat DWI like the gentleman above received, call Keller Criminal Defense Attorneys now for aggressive, personalized representation at (952) 913-1421.