The West Virginia State Police will conduct a DUI checkpoint in Huntington, WV on April 13, 2013, from 8:00 pm until 2:00 am. The checkpoint will be located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and 22nd Street. An alternate location will be on U.S. 60 near the 29th Street exit of Interstate 64 in Cabell County.
If you have any questions concerning DUI checkpoints in WV, or if you or someone you know have been arrested at a DUI checkpoint, make the CLEAR choice and call West Virginia DUI attorney Jason Glass today, (304) 933-9883.
The Glass Defense Firm, the CLEAR choice for DUI Defense in West Virginia!
The West Virginia State Police will be conducting a DUI checkpoint on Friday, March 29, 2013, from 9:00 pm until 3:00 am in Boon County. The checkpoint will be located on US 119, south of the Danville/Madison exit.
Should you have any questions regarding the legality of DUI checkpoints in West Virginia, or if you or someone you know have been arrested at a DUI checkpoint in WV, make the CLEAR choice and contact Jason Glass of the Glass Defense Firm, (304) 933-9883.
West Virginia State Police will be conducting a DUI checkpoint on Friday, April 5, beginning at 9:00 pm until 3:00 am. The checkpoint will be located along West Virginia Route 119/26, Deskins Addition, Logan.
If you have any questions about DUI checkpoints, or are stopped at one, make the CLEAR choice and call West Virginia DUI attorney Jason Glass at the Glass Defense Firm today! (304) 933-9883.
On March 5, 2013, West Virginia DUI attorney Jason Glass appeared before the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to present a case which could impact hundreds if not thousands of DUI cases across the entire state of West Virginia.
The case dealt with whether or not the State has to produce the data which is downloaded from the breath machine, the Intoximeter EC/IR II, in any DUI breath test case. It was argued that requiring the state to produce said evidence is the only way that a defendant can meaningfully challenge the results of the breath machine, most times the only piece of evidence use in a DUI case. The data is not burdensome for the state to produce, it can be done in less than 20 minutes and put on a disc for defense counsel. Moreover, most states that have litigated this issue have found that the defendant has a constitutional right to said evidence. States such as South Carolina and Washington even place the download data online where any defense attorney or expert can view it.
There is really no good reason or argument for the state NOT to provide this evidence in a criminal case where a person’s liberty, job, home, etc. is in jeopardy.
We are hopeful that the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals will agree with our position and grant an Order requiring the State to produce all download data, maintenance records, and machine manuals in every DUI breath test case. Stay tuned in the coming months for the decision.
I would like to thank the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers for inviting me to participate in their Advanced DUI Seminar for the second straight year. West Virginia DUI attorney Jason Glass was asked to serve as a instructor for their Trial Skills Training Workshop where we focused on voir dire and cross examination techniques.