State v. J.K. – .192 breath test, Not Guilty Jury Verdict
J.K. was arrested for DUI after being involved in an accident on Piedmont Road, in Fulton County. The City of Atlanta Police Officer reported that J.K. had slurred speech, glassy eyes, that he staggered as he walked, and that he performed poorly on field sobriety evaluations. After arresting J.K. the officer requested a breath test, and J.K. registered .192 on the Intoxilyzer 5000. Mr. Ryczek argued to the jury that the officer made critical mistakes in administering field sobriety evaluations, and illustrated to the jury that breathalyzer result was flawed since J.K's manifestations of intoxication were not as exaggerated as one would expect at such a high alcohol content. The jury found J.K. not guilty of two counts of DUI.