November 2012 King County District Court Case
Driving around without your headlights on is a good way to get pulled over by the police. Mark W. Garka's Client was pulled over and during the field sobriety tests he never exhibited any issues as far as fine or gross motor skills. When Mark's Client exited the car, the Trooper did not notice any indication of impairment including exhibiting fair speech. When asked to provide a sample of his breath, Mark's Client's breath test was higher than legal limit. Mark won the Department of Licensing (DOL) hearing when the trooper failed to respond to a subpoena. Mark negotiated with the State Prosecutor for a reduced charge whereby the Client never lost his Driver's License and he did not go to jail.