Malcomb's Washington State .12 DUI Case Result (State of Washington v. Malcomb)
Outcome: Washington State .12 DUI reduced to Negligent Driving in the First Degree - No Jail.
Description: According to the police report, Malcomb was driving to fast for conditions and speeding. He stopped and had contact with the Washington State Patrol Trooper, who noted the following signs and symptoms of alcohol impairment: odor of alcohol on his breath, slurred speech, emotional swings, watery and bloodshot eyes.
Malcomb failed the roadside Field Sobriety Tests according to the trooper. He additionally failed the Romberg test. The portable breath test device showed a reading over .08. Malcomb was arrested and taken to the station for a breath sample. He provided a .11 and .12 readings on the BAC DataMaster machine.
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Practice area(s): DUI / DWI