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STATE v. G.G.

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Charges: OUI Refusal

Mandatory Minimum Penalty: 4 days jail; 275 days suspension + 150 days if convicted = 14 months loss of license; $700 fine.

Maximum Penalty: 364 days jail; 14 months loss of license; $2,000.00 fine

Summary: Client was "relieving himself" next to his car in a parking lot of a closed business when he was approached by a local law enforcement officer.  The initial inquiry quickly expanded into a full-blown OUI investigation.  Client performed extremely poorly on the field sobriety tests and exhibited bizarre behavior according to the officer.  Client ultimately refused to take a breath test and was summonsed for an OUI refusal.

Result: OUI Refusal was dismissed in return for a guilty plea to a Driving to Endanger; a fine of $1,000.00 and 48 hours in the alternative sentencing program.

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