Second offense DWI with twice the legal limit breath test dismissed

A St. Louis man was charged with second offense DWI after being found unconscious in the drive through lane at a fast food restaurant. After being arrested, client blew a .169, twice the legal limit for alcohol. Attorney Brian Cooke was able to suppress the breath test from evidence due to issues with the mandatory 15 minute observation period. As a result, the prosecutor dismissed the DWI on the eve of trial and client pled to a minor traffic violation with a fine.

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