State v. G.S. – .272 breath test and Running a Red light. 3rd DUI in five years
G.S. was pulled over for running a red light. G.S.'s speech was slurred and he was unsteady on his feet. He performed poorly on the field sobriety tests and registered .272 on the breath test. At trial, the State failed to properly lay the foundation for the breathalyzer test, and the judge excluded the test from his trial. Mid-trial, the prosecutor dismissed G.S.'s DUI and he entered a guilty plea to Reckless Driving. Mr. Ryczek took G.S. to an in-patient alcohol rehabilitation facility where G.S. remained for six months. G.S. is currently clean and sober.