Allison's Fife .14 DUI Case Result (City of Fife v. Allison)
Outcome: Fife .14 DUI reduced to Negligent Driving in the First Degree - No Jail.
Description: According to the Fife Police officer's report, Allison, who is a trained medical professional and mother, was driving entirely on the wrong side of the street and oncoming traffic was forced to make maneuvers to avoid being hit. Allison struck curbs but was finally stopped in a dangerous spot but negotiated by the officers into a gas station. All of the usual signs and symptoms of impairment were present, she failed the field sobriety tests, and provided a breath sample of .16 in the roadside portable breath tester. After being handcuffed and transported to the Fife Police Station for a breath sample she confessed to more than four or five shots at a friends house and provided a breath sample of .146 and .148 grams per 210 liters of breath.
The Fife City Prosecutor filed DUI charges against Allison. We got the charges reduced with no jail and no license suspension so Allison can return to her career and be a good mother to her child.
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Practice area(s): DUI / DWI