State v. K.L. 

K.L. was accused of driving while intoxicated on or about December 29, 2019. The client was determined that she was not intoxicated. The offense report, written by a Texas Trooper, portrayed the client as a drunk driver, with slurred speech, and a strong odor of alcohol. However, the video revealed an exhausted female, just trying to get home. K.L. admitted to drinking water and explained the reason behind her speed was because she was trying to go home and sleep, and she suggested to have someone pick her up for the Trooper’s comfort. K.L. politely answered all of Trooper’s questions and performed the Standardized Field Sobriety Test. However, because she was diagnosed with scoliosis, K.L. knew that she could not do the one-leg-stand.  The trooper arrested her. With the assistance of Javier Guzman, the State filed a motion to dismiss the case on April 4, 2022.

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