State v. B.H. – Boating Under the Influence Not Guilty Verdict
While driving a jet ski, B.H. was driving on plane in crowded cove. He was doing donuts and splashing other boats. A DNR ranger pulled him over. B.H. admitted that he had a “good buzz” and that he had a “good bit” to drink. B.H. allegedly performed poorly on field sobriety evaluations, and he was arrested. He refused to take the breath test. Mr. Ryczek showed the jury the reasons why B.H. actually passed the field sobriety evaluations, and the jury agreed. The jury found B.H. not guilty of BUI.