Utah DUI’s and Suppression Hearings

Many times, after being hired, I get the reports, the video, and any other evidence I can gather.  I then look at that evidence to determine if there is a way to get the case dismissed as quickly as possible without going to trial.  If I see an issue, I file a motion to suppress the evidence and ask for a hearing for the Judge to determine if evidence should be suppressed.  Many people don’t understand this process.  This is a video of a suppression hearing that took place in Logan, Utah.  This case started in the North Logan Justice Court.  That particular judge denied my motion.  I appealed the motion to the District Court.  The Judge at the District Court suppressed the evidence based on an illegal pull over.  The Judge, in his ruling, stated "we are not a police state yet!"

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