DUII Suppression Win by Tyler Beach

One of the first tasks for a criminal defense attorney is to review the conduct of the police in the investigation.  In a DUII (Drunk Driving) case, that usuallymeans a review of the reason the police used to stop a person who was driving.  Tyler did just that and convinced the judge that when the police pulled our client over, the police violated the Oregon and United States Constitutions.  Pursuant to a doctrine called 'suppression' the judge had to agree with Tyler that whatever evidence the police obtained due to their unlawful act could not be used against our client at his trial.  Since Tyler proved that pulling our client over was unlawful (and,  more importantly, unconstitutional), no evidence other than the fact that our client's car was seen driving on a road could be offered at the trial.  With that win, the case was dismissed