Illinois DUI Charges Dismissed Based On Miranda Failures - State Of IL v. M. Masseoud, (St. Clair DUI -10.2006)

Illinois DWI Case Dismissed & License Suspension Rescinded.

Defendant submitted to breathalyzer test at 1:31 a.m. but was not read his Miranda Rights until 1:43 a.m. St. Louis DUI Lawyer Ben Sansone cited US Supreme Court case Miranda v. Arizona, 384 US 436 (1966) and prevailed based on failure to read Miranda Rights before submitting to the breathalyzer. Additionally, the police failed to provide sufficient evidence that the breathalyzer was administered properly and maintained and calibrated pursuant to Illinois law. Judge ruled in Defendant’s favor, Case Dismissed.