San Diego attorneys use the California DMV’s own administrative per se hearing Driver Safety Manual as an official state record to reasonably bolster the argument that “insufficient DUI evidence exists to support reasonable cause to believe the person was under the influence:
A. The driver displayed minimal or no objective symptoms.
B. The driver passed all the field sobriety tests.
C. The driver passed most of the FST’s and the performance on the failed test(s) was marginal.
D. Illness or injury….”
Read this entire San Diego DUI Lawyer Center article about this reasonable argument when such insufficient drunk driving evidence exits.