Actual Results from Rique Bobbitt’s Former DUI Clients
Rique D. Bobbitt‘s Reviews by
Actual Former DWI Clients
Each of these testimonials are individually approved, signed and offered for advertising by the client to whom the endorsement applies. One or more of these clients are in the medical, legal, nursing, teaching, law enforcement and military fields. These testimonials are actual facts and results from one or more courts in the following counties: Bell, Brazos, Washington, McLennan, Milam, Lampasas, Burleson, Lee, Coryell and Robertson.
Took Breath Test and Blew a .16, Twice the Legal Limit – Will Receive a Dismissal and the Entitlement of an Expunction After 12 Months
After being stopped by law enforcement, I was charged with DWI. At the police station, I took a breath test using the Intoximeter 5000. The results showed a BAC of .16 which is twice the legal limit allowed to be driving a vehicle on a public roadway. After hiring Mr. Bobbitt, he was able to arrange an agreement with the County Attorney’s office which will result in a dismissal of the charges without any action by the Court, including not having to be on any probation or pay any fine or be in any way convicted of any crime, including DWI. After 12 months of not getting in any trouble, the County Attorney’s office will dismiss my DWI charge. Since I did not have any fine in Court or any court-ordered probation, I will be allowed to have my record expunged. The expungement will require the complete elimination and deletion of any record of the charge and the arrest so that no person, even law enforcement, will be able to determine that I was ever arrested for this DWI, after an expungement is granted. I highly recommend Rique Bobbitt for any criminal case and especially DWIs.
– A. W.
Clocked At 95 MPH, Ran Stop Sign, Refused Breath Test, DWI Reduced to Obstruction of Highway
After I was observed running a stop sign and clocked driving more than 90 mph on a State Highway, a County Sheriff’s Deputy stopped me. A second officer arrive at the scene, and he claimed that I had red, glassy eyes, smelled of alcohol and that I failed field sobriety tests by stumbling, wobbling, swaying and losing my balance. I admitted to the officer that I had consumed 3 to 4 beers. The officer placed me under arrest, and when he asked me to submit to a breath test, I refused. I hired Rique Bobbitt to represent me, and Mr. Bobbitt was able to negotiate a reduced charge of Obstruction of Highway, which is a non-alcoholic Misdemeanor. It is my understanding I am able to expunge the DWI from my record. I am more than happy with the result Mr. Bobbitt obtained for me, and I feel confident in my recommendation of him to anyone in a similar situation or anyone facing a criminal charge.
– Michael B.
Breath Test – .222 – Administrative License Review Hearing Successful After Challenge of Traffic Stop, Officer’s Experience – Petition to Suspend License DENIED
During a traffic stop, a police officer observed the odor of alcohol on me, and I admitted to him that I was showing off in my sports car for some girls nearby and that I had drank two beers. He administered field sobriety tests and breath tests resulting in a .222 and .215 BAC. I hired Mr. Bobbitt, and at my ALR hearing, the Judge denied the State’s request to suspend my license. Mr Bobbitt, on cross examination of the arresting police officer, persuaded the Judge that the officer did not have enough facts to make a lawful stop of my vehicle. To my benefit, Mr. Bobbitt was also able to underscore, emphasize and capitalize on the officer’s lack of experience in administering breathalyzer tests. I can recommend Mr. Bobbitt as an attorney for anyone facing a DWI or other criminal charge.
– Patrick W.
Second DWI – Mandatory 20 Days in Jail – Mandatory Interlock on Car – ILLEGAL SEARCH WARRANT and Blood Test of .16 BAC Disallowed As Evidence – REDUCED TO FIRST OFFENSE, NO JAIL TIME, NO INTERLOCK
A State Trooper following me reported that I was swerving all over the road from right to left, almost causing several accidents. He further reported that I was unable to walk any part of a straight line and had trouble standing up. I had already been convicted of a DWI once in the past. I hired Mr. Bobbitt, and he immediately found a legal defect in the obtaining of the search warrant and was able to keep out of evidence the .16 BAC which was more than twice the legal limit. Had I been convicted of a second DWI, I would have had to serve 20 mandatory days in the County Jail. Had I received probation and been found to have more than a .15 BAC, I would have had to install the Interlock device and continue the installation in my vehicle. Because of the invalid search warrant, Mr. Bobbitt was able to negotiate a reduction to a first offense DWI with no blood test so that I would not have to serve any days at all in jail or install the interlock device on my car to start the car and continue maintaining the car. I believe Mr. Bobbitt has unique skills in defending DWI cases and that he did an excellent job representing me considering the fact that this was my second DWI and that I had such a high BAC in my system. I strongly recommend Mr. Bobbitt as an attorney in this type of case or any criminal case.
– Ben H.
Second DWI, Carries 20 Days Mandatory Jail Time and Mandatory Interlock on Car – Reduced to Obstruction of a Highway With No DWI Conviction
A firefighter called 9-1-1 to report that my car was swerving all over the road. After failing to signal a turn, law enforcement stopped me in a parking lot and reported that I had blood shot eyes, slurred speech, an odor of alcohol on my breath, and was carrying a firearm. It was further reported that I was unable to stand while field sobriety tests were administered, and in the officer's opinion, administering the field sobriety tests would be a danger to myself. Therefore, the tests were not given to me. I hired Mr. Bobbitt and the charge was reduced from a DWI to obstruction of a highway. I will not have to do the 20 mandatory days jail time for the DWI, will not have another DWI on my record, and will not have to pay a surcharge for the DWI conviction. I strongly recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney for any criminal case and especially a DWI.
– James B.
DPS Trooper Charged Client with DWI – Reduced to Obstruction of Highway – No Surcharge – No DWI Record – Entitled to Expunction
One night I was stopped by a police officer who received a call from a citizen through 9-1-1 that I was a reckless driver. When the police officer stopped me, the officer stated my speed was slurred, my eyes were dilated and stated that I appeared to be impaired. The officer reported that he smelled marijuana smoke coming from my person and that there was an admission of taking prescription drugs. I was evaluated by a Drug Recognition Expert who said that I was under the influence of depressants and stimulants. I hired Rique Bobbitt who had the charge reduced to reckless driving. I will have no DWI on my record, will not have to pay surcharge for DWI and will be entitled to have the DWI expunged. I recommend Mr. Bobbitt for any criminal case.
– Corey T.
PRIOR DWI CONVICTION – 20-DAY MINIMUM JAIL TIME FOR SECOND OFFENSE – REDUCED TO NON-ALCOHOL RELATED OFFENSE, NO INTERLOCK, NO DWI ON RECORD
After being convicted of a DWI, I was involved in an accident and was arrested for a second DWI. If convicted of the second DWI, the law required that I serve a mandatory minimum of 20 days in the County Jail and install an interlock machine on my vehicle. I hired Rique Bobbitt and he negotiated the second DWI charge to a lesser, non-alcohol related offense. I will not have a DWI conviction on my record, I will not have to serve any days in the County Jail and will not have to pay the high surcharge fees that the State charges for a second DWI conviction. I recommend Mr. Bobbitt to anyone facing a DWI or criminal charge.
– H. Brown
Found With Car Running and Asleep at the Wheel, Admitted Drinking – Charge Dismissed
A city police officer spotted my car in the front yard of a residence with lights on and ignition running. He reported that he found me asleep in the driver's seat. Upon further investigation, he said that he smelled a strong odor of alcohol on me, that I had watery eyes and that I could not maintain my balance. I admitted to him that I had about 6 beers. After I hired Rique Bobbitt, he was able to negotiate a dismissal of the charge, and I couldn't be more pleased with the result.
– C. F.
Breathalyzer BAC Test of .145 – Case Dismissed – Expungement
I had a verbal argument with my wife outside a convenience store, and after driving away, a police officer stopped me. My wife had informed the police officer that I was intoxicated. The officer stated that I stumbled while I walked, failed the field sobriety test, and he offered me a breathalyzer test. I took the test and the result was .145 blood alcohol content, which is close to two times the legal limit. I hired Rique Bobbitt to represent me, and after not being able to negotiate the case successfully with the prosecutor, my case was set for a hearing to determine whether or not the officer had the constitutional right to stop me before I was investigated for DWI. That hearing was re-set and the day before the hearing, Mr. Bobbitt was able to persuade the prosecutor to dismiss the DWI. I understand my case is able to be expunged, deleted and eliminated from my record. I highly recommend Rique Bobbitt as an excellent DWI or criminal defense attorney.
– Jeff W.
Stopped for Speeding, Field Sobriety Tests Administered – Breath Test of .117 – Case to Be Dismissed and Entitlement of Expungement
I was clocked by radar at 63 mph in a 45 mph speed zone. After being stopped , the officer reported that I had slurred speech, redness of the eyes and an odor of alcoholic beverage. The officer administered field sobriety tests to me and then placed me under arrest for DWI. At the station, I agree to provide breath samples and blew a .117 percentile BrAC. I hired Mr. Bobbitt and before the case went to trial, he negotiated with the County Attorney to have the case dismissed if I did not get into any trouble for 12 months. It is my understanding that I will then be able to have the case expunged from my record and any mention of my record or any arrested deleted, eliminated and not discoverable. I recommend Rique Bobbitt for any DWI.
– Joe. M.
While Picking Up A Friend Who Was Intoxicated, Open Container Found In Purse, Breath Test of .149 BAC, Almost Twice the Legal Limit – Case Dismissed
I was called to pick up a friend who was supposedly intoxicated at a restaurant and when I arrived, a police officer came to my car and started talking to me. The police officer stated that I had a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. After being given the tests where my eyes were studied, the officer then found an open bottle of Bud Light beer in my purse. While at the police department, the police officer reported I failed sobriety tests. I was given a breath test at the station, and the result was .142 and .149 blood alcohol concentrate percentages which I understand is slightly below “twice the legal limit” but well above the legal limit of .08. I hired Rique Bobbitt, and he immediately set the case for a special hearing to determine whether or not the police had the constitutional right to initially talk to be me and place me under arrest for DWI. Before the hearing was had and before the case was set for trial, Mr. Bobbitt arranged for the dismissal of the DWI. It is my understanding that the case may now be expunged and completely eliminated from my record. I recommend Mr. Bobbitt as an attorney in any criminal case. I was more than pleased with the results obtained from Mr. Bobbitt.
– K. W.
Stopped for Speeding and Weaving In Traffic; investigated and Arrested for DWI – Charge Reduced to Misdemeanor Class C With Fine Only – Eligible for Expunction
After being stopped for speeding and weaving in traffic, an officer observed me with bloodshot and glassy eyes and slurred speech. He reported that I used the door for support when I was getting out of my car, and he also said that I swayed when standing. I admitted to drinking two beers, and I refused to perform any field sobriety tests or take a breath test. I hired Mr. Bobbitt to represent me, and he was able to negotiate a reduced charge for me. After paying a fine, I will now be eligible to have the DWI expunged from my criminal record so that any future criminal background check will not reveal that I was ever arrested for or suspected of Driving While Intoxicated.
– Laura H.
Alleged Hit and Run, Charged With Second DWI, At ALR Hearing State Denied Suspension Driver's License for Failure to Take Breath Test
Law enforcement reported that they were dispatched to a hit and run by a car registered to me. Law enforcement went to my residence and waited for me to arrive. When I arrived, law enforcement immediately got me out of the vehicle, and after alleging blood shot eyes and slurred speech and the odor of alcohol on my breath asked me to take field sobriety tests. I refused the field sobriety tests until I could speak with a lawyer. After being arrested for DWI, I refused the breath test. I was charged additionally with Striking an Unattended Vehicle. I hired Mr. Bobbitt and an Administrative License Review Hearing was had concerning whether to suspend my license because I refused the breathalyzer. The Judge ruled that the law officer did not have probable cause to place me under arrest for DWI and was not able to suspend my driver's license. I recommend Mr. Bobbitt for any alcohol related charge or any criminal charge.
– Lori K.
Fell Asleep at the Wheel – Breath Test, .146, Almost Twice the Legal Limit, Case Dismissed
At 1:00 A.M. a police officer reported that he found me asleep and slouched over the wheel in the roadway at a major intersection. The officer reported that the gear of my vehicle was in drive at this time. The officer stated that I had slurred speech, glassy bloodshot eyes and was unable to maintain my balance. After failing the field sobriety test, I was taken to the police station where I voluntarily provided a breath specimen which resulted in a .143 and .146 breath alcohol content percentage which I understand is close to twice the legal limit by state law. I hired Rique Bobbitt, and he set it for a hearing to determine the constitutionality of the police action. Before the State had to provide their officer for questioning at the Motion to Suppress hearing and before the case was ever set for a trial, Mr. Bobbitt was able to get my DWI case dismissed. It is my understanding that I will be able to have it expunged and totally eliminated from my record. Mr. Bobbitt is an excellent DWI and criminal defense attorney and obtained the results I hoped for when I hired him.
– Travis T.
Stopped For Speeding – Breath Test of .100, Set for Jury Trial and Charge Eventually Reduced to Class C Misdemeanor
An officer stopped me for speeding at almost 2 in the morning after clocking me going 59 in a 35-mph zone. When I got out of the car, the officer said I had bloodshot eyes, swayed, used the car for support, and that I had an “odor of alcohol” on me. I gave breath samples and the results were .100 and .108. I was arrested for DWI, and hired Rique Bobbitt to represent me. After pre-trial and motions hearings, the Court allowed several continuances so that the State and Mr. Bobbitt could fully prepare for trial. Two years later, and days before the jury trial was to start, Mr. Bobbitt successfully negotiated a plea with the State in which my DWI charge was reduced to a Class C Misdemeanor. I am more than happy with the result and am convinced that Mr. Bobbitt's legal strategy led to the result. I recommend Mr. Bobbitt as an attorney to anyone facing a DWI or criminal charges.
– Craig B.
DWI Charge While Probation on Another Charge Pending – Prescription Medication in Car – Bobbitt Becomes 2nd Attorney Hired – DWI Dismissed
I was stopped and the officers saw what they believed to be signs of impairment and intoxication. I had two prescription bottles in my car, one for Aderol and one for Valium. I was charged with DWI by use of drugs or prescription medication. Before I was arrested for this DWI, I was already on a pending probation in another county, and a conviction in this case would have most assuredly would have caused me jail time in the pending probation case. The first attorney I hired was the ultimate in his arrogance and in his insulting of me. At times I felt as though this attorney was on the side of the State instead of on my side. I discharged my first attorney and hired Mr. Bobbitt. Mr. Bobbitt was informative and mannerly in the way he discussed my case with me. After the case was set for a jury trial while my first attorney represented me, it was re-set for another jury trial for Mr. Bobbitt to prepare for the trial. A week before the jury trial, the assistant district attorney dismissed the charges completely. I sincerely believe that the case was dismissed because the prosecutor believed that he could not obtain a conviction from a jury with Mr. Bobbitt representing me. I recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney in any criminal case.
– Dominic D.
Stopped For Speeding; Whiskey, Wine and Marijuana Found; DWI Reduced to Reckless Driving; Entitled to An Expunction
I was driving in an unfamiliar county when I lost my way and an Officer clocked me going 54 in a 30 mph zone, then 70 in 35 and 45 mph zones and also passing another car in a no-passing left-turn lane. The Officer found a bottle of wine, a Jack Daniels whiskey bottle and a baggie containing what he described as marijuana and marijuana stems. I refused the breath test and was charged with DWI. I hired Rique Bobbitt to represent me, and after 18 months passed and precisely the day before Mr. Bobbitt was to set to argue my case at a Motion to Suppress hearing, the State reduced my charge to reckless driving. It is my understanding that with the reduced charge, I won't have to pay DPS surcharges or other penalties associated with a DWI, and I will be entitled to an expunction of the DWI charge from my record. I have no hesitation in recommending Mr. Bobbitt as a defense lawyer in a criminal matter.
– Kris P.
Stopped by DPS Trooper, Arrested for DWI – .147 Breath Alcohol Content – Reduced to Non Alcohol Related Misdemeanor – DWI to be Expunged
I was stopped by a DPS Trooper for a defective license plate lamp, and the Trooper claimed he could smell alcohol on my breath and found an open container in my pick-up. The officer claimed my reflexes were slow and that I had lost my judgment. After being placed under arrest for a DWI, I took a breath test which showed a breath alcohol concentrate of .147 which is almost twice the legal limit. After hiring Rique Bobbitt, he was able to get the charge reduced to a non-alcohol related misdemeanor, obstruction of highway. It my understanding now that I will be able to have DWI charge expunged and eliminated from my record; nor will I have to pay a surcharge to the State to keep my driver's license. I highly recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney in any criminal case or any DWI case.
– Mike D.
Stopped For Driving Too Slow and Partially Covered License Plate; Charged with 2nd DWI In 8 Years – Reduced to Class C Open Container – Fine Only
An Officer stopped me for having a partially covered license plate and driving 15 miles per hour which he said was causing a traffic hazard. I had worked a 10-hour day that day and had just stopped for fast food about an hour before the officer detained me. He observed on me a heavy smell of alcohol, red glassy eyes and said I used the car to steady myself when I got out to do the field sobriety tests. He also found an almost-full can of Bud Light beer in the door. I admitted to drinking two beers, and after my failing field sobriety tests, the Officer charged me with DWI, 2nd offense. I refused the breath test. Because of my previous 1997 DWI conviction, I was very concerned about my future. I hired Rique Bobbitt and within three months he had negotiated for me to plead to a reduced Class C open container charge only. I was very relieved. I understand I will not face the penalties usually connected with a DWI conviction. For anyone facing a criminal or especially a DWI charge, I highly recommend Rique Bobbitt for legal representation.
Stopped for Traffic Violation and Charged With DWI – Blew .74 BAC – Reduced to Non-Alcohol Misdemeanor – DWI to be Expunged
After being stopped by a police officer for a traffic violation, the Officer claimed I smelled like alcohol and that I failed the field sobriety test. The officer claimed also that I admitted being intoxicated. After being placed under arrest for DWI, I gave a breath sample which resulted in a .174 blood alcohol content which I understand is more than twice the legal limit. I hired Rique Bobbitt and he had the charged reduced to obstruction of a highway for which I will not serve probation. It is my understanding the DWI can be expunged and eliminated from my record. I recommend Rique Bobbitt for any DWI or any criminal case.
– Shawn M.
Charged With Felony Intoxicated Assault Reduced to Misdemeanor Non-Alcohol Related Offense With No Conviction on Record
I was driving my exceptionally fast Suzuki motorcycle when I crashed at 1 o’clock in the morning with a female passenger. After the passenger and myself being taken to the hospital for injuries, the police received a blood sample with a test showing a high alcohol content in my blood. I was then charged with Intoxicated Assault, a felony carrying a range of punishment of from two to twenty years in the penitentiary. I hired Rique Bobbitt, and after a couple of court appearances, we set the matter for a jury trial. An individual I know was driving behind me and crowding me with his car. Mr. Bobbitt felt like he could prove that the accident was not the result of any intoxication but actually the result of the reckless driving on the part of the man behind me when we crashed. The prosecutor agreed to reduce the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor and to grant me deferred adjudicated probation for six months, meaning that if I didn’t get into trouble in that six months, the charge would be dismissed and I would have no conviction for any crime. I was very pleased with the result and would highly recommend Mr. Bobbitt as an attorney in any criminal case.
- Greg E.
DWI Charge Carrying Minimum of 10 Days in Jail and Interlock if Convicted Reduced to Class C With Fine Only
I had a previous DWI conviction, when I was involved in a car accident and ran into the rear of a vehicle stopped at a red light. The police officer investigating the accident claimed that he smelled alcohol on my breath, that my eyes were glassy, my speech was slurred and that I had trouble walking and retrieving my driver?s license. After performing the field sobriety tests, I was arrested for a DWI 2nd offense, a crime punishable with a minimum of 10 days in the County Jail. After hiring Rique Bobbitt, he set the matter for a Motion to Suppress, asking the Court to dismiss the case and throw it out because of a violation of my constitutional rights. On the day of the hearing and before the hearing, the county attorney agreed to reduce the DWI 2nd to a Class C Attempted DWI with a fine of $500.00. This DWI can not be used against me in the future, and I will not have to pay surcharge for a DWI conviction. The Class C fine only was no worse than a speeding ticket. I believe that the matter was reduced to such a minor charge because the county attorney believed that he may lose the hearing and that the case may have been thrown out of court. I recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney for a case in any criminal matter.
Second DWI Charge After Previous Conviction – Dismissed – To Be Expunged
I had one previous conviction for DWI when I was stopped by a policeman for speeding and was investigated at that time for DWI. The State Trooper alleged that I smelled like alcohol, that my speech was slurred and that I failed all his field sobriety tests. I hired Rique D. Bobbitt, and the case was set for a jury trial several times. In spite of having been convicted previously of DWI, Rique Bobbitt was able to arrange, after a 12-month period, without being charged with any new offenses, the case will be dismissed and, ultimately, expunged from my record, thereby eliminating and deleting even the fact that I was arrested for DWI. I could not imagine a better outcome for a DWI, second. I recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney in any DWI case.
Stopped for Speeding, Failed Field Sobriety Test, Refused Blood Test, Marijuana Residue Found, Charged with DWI – Dismissed
I was stopped by a DPS Trooper for speeding; the officer alleged that he smelled alcohol on my breath; that my speech was slow and slurred and further alleged that I was slow in my movements and thinking and paused to think before responding to basic questions. The Trooper alleged that my eyes were red and drooped and that I failed three field sobriety tests. After finding what the officer believed to be marijuana residue in the floorboard of my truck, I was charged with DWI. I hired Rique Bobbitt, and after setting the case for a jury trial, the case was dismissed. I recommend Mr. Bobbitt for representation in any criminal case and particularly a DWI case.
- John E.
Stopped For Passenger’s Reckless Use of Gun And Wrecking My Car Crashing Into Car – Gave Breath Test of .146 – Reduced to Class C – Fine Only
An off-duty police officer heard my passenger fire some rounds off from a .22 rifle at approximately 5:00 A.M. When the Trooper arrived, I had struck a concrete bridge and crashed into a ditch. The Trooper claimed that I failed the field sobriety test, and I agreed to give a breath sample which turned out to be a .146. It is my understanding the breath alcohol concentrate of .146 is close to two times the legal limit. A DWI conviction would have possibly permanently destroyed my military career as it might have prevented me from obtaining a security clearance. After hiring Rique Bobbitt, he was able to have the charged reduced to a Class C, fine-only offense and I will not have a DWI conviction on my permanent record. It is my understanding that the DWI can be expunged and eliminated from my record. I highly recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney in a criminal case or a DWI case.
- Brad B.
2-Car Accident, Felony DWI With 3 Prior DWI Convictions – Breath Test of .218 – Reduced to First Misdemeanor Offense DWI, Fine Only – No Jail Time
After hitting another vehicle, an Officer claimed that I had alcohol on my breath. The Officer also said that I attempted to drive away, that I had difficulty standing and that I said ‘I’m drunk’. The Officer claimed during the investigation that I stated a second time that I was drunk. I gave a breath sample and the results were .215 and .218. I had three previous DWI convictions. I hired Rique Bobbitt because I was very much afraid of the possibility of going to prison. Within a matter of three months, Rique Bobbitt arranged for me to plead to a reduced charge of a first offense DWI and pay a fine only. I did not serve one day of jail time. I highly recommend Mr. Bobbitt for legal representation on any DWI or criminal charge.
- Phillip A.
At ALR hearing, information Obtained that officer created a second report after shredding first report – DRIVER'S LICENSE RETAINED WITHOUT SUSPENSION AND DWI DISMISSED
I was stopped by a city police officer for speeding and after believing he saw signs of intoxication and performing field sobriety tests, I was charged with DWI, and the Department of Public Safety attempted to suspend my driver's license. After I hired Rique Bobbitt as my attorney, he established at the Administrative License Review hearing that the officer had shredded his first report and two days later created a second report purportedly to beef up and make a better case against me for the DWI and driver's license suspension. Mr. Bobbitt was able to, in his intense cross examination, make the officer admit that he altered a government document. The result was that the Judge denied the DPS's request to suspend my license, and I was able to drive without any interruption or suspension of my driver's license. Mr. Bobbitt also got my DWI dismissed and I will be able to expunge the arrest from my record. I highly recommend Mr. Bobbitt as an attorney in any criminal case and particularly in cases regarding driver's license suspensions and DWI's.
- Chris S.
Driving Wrong Way on 4-Lane Highway, Jumped the Curb Onto Grass – Breath Test of .159 BAC – REDUCED TO CLASS C – FINE ONLY – TO BE EXPUNGED FROM RECORD
At approximately 2:45 A.M., witnesses and police officers claim I drove eastbound into the west lane bound of traffic almost colliding with other vehicles on two occasions. The police alleged that I failed to stop after they put on their emergency signals. They claimed that I could not walk or stand without support and spoke incoherent “gibberish”. After being placed under arrest for DWI, I took a breath test and showed a .159 blood alcohol concentration. I hired Rique Bobbitt to represent me, and he was able to get the charge reduced from a DWI to a Class C offense with a fine only. There will be no State surcharge or conviction for DWI on my record. It is my understanding I will be to get my driving record expunged and the charge eliminated from my driving record. I recommend Rique Bobbitt for any criminal case and particularly in a DWI case.
- Jason C.
DWI DISMISSED AFTER JURY PICKED AND MISTRIAL DECLARED
I am an RN, and a DWI conviction would most probably affect my nursing license. I was returning on a short trip after being deprived of much sleep due to a hard work schedule. When a State Trooper stopped me, I had a carton of Bud Light in my pickup. After field sobriety tests, the trooper charged me with DWI. The State refused to dismiss or reduce a DWI charge, and a jury trial date was set. After a day of hard-fought selection of jurors and because of a technical error that Rique Bobbitt was able to identify, a mistrial was declared. Rather than the State having to go through another jury trial, the State agreed to dismiss the DWI. Not only will I not have a DWI on my record, I will now be able to expunge it from my record. Although the State challenged Mr. Bobbitt at all turns in the road, we got what we were seeking. I recommend Mr. Bobbitt for representation on any DWI or criminal charges.
Refused Breath Test – License Suspension Prevented After DWI Charge
Around 3:00 A.M. early Sunday morning, my husband and I crashed our car and left the scene while waiting in some bushes. After a DPS trooper arrived at the scene and spoke with a witness, another DPS officer retrieved my husband and I then carried him away in an ambulance since he was hurt. Believing that my husband would be arrested for DWI, the DPS trooper stated that I blurted out that I was driving the vehicle. I hired Rique Bobbitt and he conducted an Administrative License Review hearing, at which he was successful in persuading the judge that there was insufficient evidence to conclude that I was driving the vehicle while intoxicated. The Department of Public Safety's request to suspend my driver's license was dismissed, and I retained my Texas driver's license without interruption. I am persuaded as were other persons who had referred Mr. Bobbitt to me that he was very good at representation in a DWI case.
- Lori O.
After Traffic Stop, Officer Requested Breath Test Before Rights Read – DWI Dismissed
I was stopped by a policeman about 2:30 A.M. for not wearing a seatbelt and being in a high crime area. The officer claimed my speech was slurred and my eyes were glassy. The police officer followed me about six to seven blocks to observe my driving. During the jury trial, Rique Bobbitt, as my attorney, questioned the officer and determined the officer requested a breath sample before placing me under arrest. As I understand it, it was in violation of the Texas Transportation Code to request a breath sample before placing a citizen under arrest. Mr. Bobbitt's Motion to Dismiss was granted by the Judge and my DWI was dismissed. I highly recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney in any criminal case or DWI Case.
Stopped For Driving on the Improved Shoulder, Weaving and Driving on the Center Stripe – DWI Reduced To Non-Alcohol Misdemeanor
The Officer claimed that I had the odor of alcohol on me, that my eyes were red and watery and that I failed the field sobriety test. After being arrested for DWI, I blew a breath sample of .163, supposedly twice over the legal limit. I hired Rique Bobbitt and he was able to reduce it to the charge to obstruction of a highway with no probation. It is my understanding that the DWI can be expunged and eliminated from my record. I recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney on any DWI or criminal case.
Stopped for Speeding, Arrested for DWI, Blew .087 BAC – Reduced to A Non-Alcoholic Misdemeanor – DWI To Be Expunged
I was stopped by for speeding by a DPS Trooper. The Trooper alleged that I smelled like alcohol and had red, glassy bloodshot eyes and flunked the field sobriety test. I blew into the portable breath tester at the scene and registered over the limit. I was arrested for DWI, taken to the station and gave a breath test which showed a blood alcohol content of .087, over the legal limit. I hired Rique Bobbitt to represent me. He arranged for the DWI charge to be reduced to obstruction of a highway without serving any probation. It is my understanding the DWI can be expunged and eliminated from my record. I recommend Rique Bobbitt for any criminal case.
- Walter M.
DWI – Refused to Take Breath Test – CASE DISMISSED Before Any Court Appearance – to Be Expunged
After being arrested for DWI, I hired Rique Bobbitt to represent me. Within the matter of a few months and before having to appear in court in this case, Rique Bobbitt obtained a dismissal of the DWI and a refusal on the part of the district attorney' office to prosecute the case. Thanks to Mr. Bobbitt' efforts and abilities, it is my understanding I am now able to have the case expunged and deleted from my record so that no that no one will know that I was arrested for DWI. I would recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney in any criminal case.
– David D.
DWI Dismissed from Record and Arrest to be Expunged/Eliminated from Record
After a DPS trooper stopped me for speeding, he believed me to have thick-slurred speech, and to be swaying and previously drinking. He conducted certain field sobriety tests, and then he arrested me for DWI. I hired Rique Bobbitt, and after numerous hearings in court, the prosecutors refused to reduce or dismiss the charge. Finally, on the day before we were scheduled to pick a jury for a trial in this case, the District Attorney evidently decided that the State could not prevail and obtain a conviction in the matter, so the DWI was dismissed. Because of the dismissal, I am now entitled to have the case expunged and cleared from my record so that no one will ever know I was arrested for DWI. I recommend Rique Bobbitt for representation in any criminal case.
DWI – Breath Test – .111 BAC; Reduced to Non-alcohol Related Misdemeanor and DWI to be Expunged
At 4:30 one morning, a police officer claimed that I was passed out behind the wheel in the intersection. I took a breath test and the result was a .111 BAC when the minimum is .08. Mr. Bobbitt was able to arrange a plea to a reduced charge of obstruction of a highway. It was important to me that the DWI charge or allegation be dismissed from my record, so I was concerned when we appeared in court for a plea to the reduced charge, and the assistant county attorney insisted that I give up any rights to expunge the DWI allegation. Both Mr. Bobbitt and I refused to agree to the State' demand, and rather than having to go to trial, the State relented and backed off their demand which would have prevented expungement. It is my understanding that I am now able to have the DWI allegation expunged from my record so that there will be no trace of evidence of it for access to any persons, entities or even law enforcement. I highly recommend Mr. Bobbitt for representation in any criminal case.
- Jason G.
Arrested for DWI and Possession of Marijuana – New Possession of Marijuana While Case Pending – Case Dismissed
Around 1 A.M. one morning, a DPS trooper stopped my vehicle for nothing more than 'being suspicious'. I was eventually charged with DWI and Possession of Marijuana. I then hired Rique Bobbitt to represent me. Subsequently, I was arrested for Possession of Marijuana in another county while my DWI for which Rique Bobbitt represented me was still pending. Before any trial in this matter, Mr. Bobbitt was able to get the DWI dismissed, and it is my understanding it can now be expunged, erased and eliminated from my record so that no one will know I was charged with DWI. I was impressed that with multiple charges and with new charges while the first charges were pending, Mr. Bobbitt was able to get the DWI dismissed. I recommend him as an attorney in any criminal case.
- John Y.
DWI Dismissed after Jury Trial Set
After a car almost sideswiped me and forced me to hit the rear end of a third car, the DPS trooper declared the accident to be my fault and charged me with a DWI as a result of allegations that prescription medication was in my system. The prosecutor and the State of Texas appeared very aggressive in their prosecution since they seemed to have no sympathy whatsoever for my being in an occupational therapy school and unable to miss class to attend court. After forcing Mr. Bobbitt and myself to attend court numerous times and the State refusing to reduce or dismiss the charge, it was necessary that it be set for a Jury Trial. The Jury Trial would have taken two to three days and essentially destroyed my chances of graduating from school. Before the date of the actual jury trial, the State relented, backed off and eventually dismissed the DWI charge completely. It is my belief that the State prosecutor did not believe that I would go to trial and that I would 'cave in' and plead guilty to something for which I was innocent. I also believe that the case was dismissed because the State believed that they would not prevail or win against Mr. Bobbitt as my attorney. I am now entitled to have the DWI charge dismissed and completely eliminate from my record. I am grateful to Mr. Bobbitt and recommend him as an attorney for legal representation in any criminal case.
- Lori K.
DWI – Breath Test of .159 – Speeding at 102 MPH Reduced to Class C Misdemeanor – Fine Only
One night, an officer claimed that I was weaving and traveling 102 miles per hour in a 65 mph zone. After performing numerous field sobriety tests, the officer alleged that I blew a .159 blood alcohol concentration in a portable breath alcohol tester. After hiring Rique Bobbitt as my attorney, the matter was set for many hearings and eventually set for a jury trial since the prosecutor would not agree to reduce or dismiss the charge of DWI. In 2009 and approaching two years after the incident, and one week before the matter was set for jury trial, Mr. Bobbitt was able to convince the prosecutor to reduce the DWI to a Class C Misdemeanor carrying a fine only. The DWI charge has been dismissed, and I am now entitled to have it expunged and completely eliminated from my record so that it will not be detected in the future. I recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney in any criminal case and believe that the prosecutors always knew that they would not prevail at trial in this case, had they gone to a jury trial.
- Michelle G.
DWI – New Offense While DWI Pending – DWI Reduced to Class C Misdemeanor Fine Only
At 1:30 one morning, an officer alleged that I drove over a raised concrete median, and after being stopped, exhibited many signs of intoxication. After I was arrested for DWI and months following such arrest, I was again arrested for possession of marijuana. At pre-trial hearings, Mr. Bobbitt was able to arrange for the DWI to be reduced to a Class C Misdemeanor which carries a fine only. It is my understanding the DWI can be expunged and completely eliminated from my record and I will not have to face the embarrassment of a DWI on record for the rest of my life. I recommend Mr. Bobbitt for representation in a criminal case.
DWI DISMISSED AT SECOND COURT HEARING AND NOW ELIGIBLE FOR EXPUNCTION
After being charged with DWI, I hired Rique Bobbitt. After appearing in court our second time, Mr. Bobbitt was able to arrange for an eventual dismissal of the DWI charge or any other charges involving that particular incident. I would also be entitled to have all records of the records and arrest expunged. I was very pleased with both the outcome and the manner in which I was represented. I recommend Rique Bobbitt for representation in any criminal case or DWI.
- DOUG P.
COMMERCIAL DRIVER'S LICENSE NOT AFFECTED BECAUSE OF DISMISSAL OF DWI
I was stopped by a Texas State Trooper approximately 2:00 A.M. after he thought he observed me speeding and driving erratically and dangerously. He found an open container under my seat and observed what he thought to be signs of intoxication. After he administered field sobriety tests, he placed me under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated, transported me to the Police Department and administered a breath test with an Intoxylizer 5000 breath machine. After being charged with DWI, I hired Rique Bobbitt to represent me. Even after giving law enforcement a breath test (against the advice of many friends and other sources), Rique Bobbitt was able to get the DWI dismissed and have the charge reduced to a Class C Misdemeanor. It is now my understanding that the Class C Misdemeanor will have no negative effect whatsoever on my Commercial Driver License and will also allow the expungement of the arrest itself. I recommend Rique Bobbitt in any criminal case and especially in representation concerning an alcohol-related offense.
- JAMES H.
BLEW TWICE THE LEGAL LIMIT AND DWI CHARGE REDUCED
I was observed by a State Trooper weaving sideways and fishtailing in a CEFCO parking lot. The State Trooper administered a battery of field sobriety tests and then asked me to give a breath sample into his portable intoximeter. The result of the blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit under Texas law. Before any appearances in court, Mr. Bobbitt was able to arrange for a dismissal of the DWI charge and probation for reckless driving. Because of the dismissal of the DWI, I will now be able to have all records, including arrests, regarding my DWI, expunged, deleted and eliminated from my record. I highly recommend Mr. Bobbitt for any case involving an alcohol-related offense.
- MALCOLM P.
DWI DISMISSAL SAVES COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENSE
State Trooper stopped me while driving a freight-liner tractor because he said I was not wearing a seat belt. After being administered field sobriety tests and my refusing to provide a breath sample for testing, the trooper charged me with a DWI. Any conviction for DWI would have had serious negative effects on my driver’s license. I hired Rique Bobbitt, and he was able to arrange for the dismissal of the DWI at the very first hearing we attended. Because of he dismissal, I am now legally entitled to an expunction of all matters, including the arrest and charges for DWI itself. I was very impressed with Mr. Bobbitt’s representation and strongly recommend him for any criminal defense representation or for any alcohol related offense.
- BRIAN N.
DISMISSAL AFTER BLOWING .13
I was stopped by a police officer for running a red light, and after a field sobriety test the officer charged me with a DWI. I blew a .13 on my breathalyzer test. It is my understanding that a .13 usually means a conviction. I hired Rique D. Bobbitt, and he was able to arrange a total dismissal of all DWI charges after a period of time during which I am not to get any new offenses. The result I got, which is nearly unheard of, was beyond my best expectations. My charge and arrest will now be capable of being eliminated and deleted from my records. I would strongly recommend Mr. Bobbitt to anyone who’s facing alcohol-related offenses.
- GWIN M.
REJECTED PLEA TO REDUCE DWI, FOUGHT CHARGE AND WON COMPLETE DISMISSAL
I was stopped by three State Highway Patrol officers because of a defective illuminating light on my rear license plate. Upon contact with the officers, they believed me to be intoxicated and also claimed to have found marijuana in the car. I hired Mr. Bobbitt, and after many months of negotiating, the State made a plea offer of reducing the DWI to a lesser non-alcohol related offense, thinking this was a gift. Mr. Bobbitt and I decided to dig in and fight this case until we won. Eventually, the State did dismiss the charge of DWI, and now the case and the arrest itself can be expunged and completely eliminated from my record. I highly recommend Mr. Bobbitt for any alcohol-related offense or any criminal offense.
- L. MCSWAIN
Around 8:30 p.m. one night after I had traveled many miles on a business trip, I was stopped by two State Department of Public Safety Troopers concerning confusion over my accurately finding an exit and entrance onto a new highway that I was searching for to continue my trip home. I had an open case of beer on the rear, left, passenger floor board. I was given a field sobriety test by one of the Troopers. After being given the field sobriety test, I refused to take the breathalyzer test at the Sheriff's Department. I was charged with DWI. An attorney referred me to Rique D. Bobbitt. Mr. Bobbitt requested an ALR hearing contesting the suspension of my driver's license, and set the matter for a jury trial. Ultimately the DWI was dismissed with the agreement and understanding that it would be expunged from any of my records. I would recommend Mr. Bobbitt to anyone charged with an alcohol related offense.
- LAURA C.
DWI DISMISSED AFTER TESTING .119 ON BLOOD ALCOHOL TEST
I was arrested for a DWI because the police said my vehicle was stopped in the middle of the intersection and that I was asleep at the wheel while the vehicle was running. After they administered field sobriety tests and a breathalyzer test, the allegation was that my blood alcohol level was a .119 with the legal limit being .08. I hired Rique Bobbitt, and he was able to get the case dismissed, and it is my understanding that I may now have this case expunged from my record.
- JOHN H.
THIRD DWI DISMISSED
I was arrested for a DWI and quite worried about the possibility of doing time in jail since I had two previous DWIs in another state. I hired Rique Bobbitt for the purpose of receiving probation on the DWI instead of having to do jail time. To both my surprise and joy, Mr. Bobbitt was able to arrange for the total dismissal of the DWI charge the first time we went to court. It is now my understanding that that case can be expunged from my record. I recommend Rique Bobbitt for any alcohol-related charge.
- NOLAN L.
FELONY REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR BEFORE TRIAL
On my way home from a family reunion, I took the wrong road home and was stopped by a State Trooper. After refusing to take the breathalyzer test at the Sheriff's Department, I was charged with a felony third offense of DWI. Mr. Bobbitt and I set it for a pre-trial because the State refused to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor. Mr. Bobbitt presented a motion to get the case dismissed at 10:00 A.M. on the same date as the jury was supposed to be selected at 1:00 P.M. Our 10 o'clock hearing was a thorough cross examination of the arresting trooper. I was very impressed with Mr. Bobbitt's surgical-like destruction of the State's only witness. Immediately after Mr. Bobbitt's cross-examination of the Trooper, the Judge called the District Attorney and Mr. Bobbitt into his chamber. The result was that the State reduced the felony to a misdemeanor DWI before a jury trial was had. I now have an occupational driver's license and strongly recommend Mr. Bobbitt as an attorney.
- SAM B.
TWO TROOPERS STOPPED ME IN BAR PARKING LOT – ACQUITTED AND FOUND NOT GUILTY
I was charged with a DWI after state troopers followed my truck, stating that I was weaving and failed to use a turn signal. Both troopers approached me after I pulled in and stopped in front of a bar. I admitted to having drank some beers but refused to take the breath test. I had known of Rique Bobbitt’s reputation because he had been a tough prosecutor of DWI cases. After consulting with Rique Bobbitt he advised strongly that I take my case to a jury and go to trial. At the trial, both of the troopers testified I was intoxicated. The jury found I was not guilty and acquitted me of the DWI. Rique Bobbitt tried my case very skillfully and professionally. I strongly recommend Rique Bobbitt if you are facing a DWI.
- KENNETH M.
READING OVER .08- ACQUITTED AND FOUND NOT GUILTY BY JURY
On a November night, a passing motorist stopped to speak to a D.P.S. Trooper and report a reckless driver. The trooper immediately sped up to catch up with me according to the description given to him by the passing motorist. After following me for more than a mile, the trooper said I was swerving, braking for no reason, speeding, and failing to signal a left turn. I took the breath test at the scene, which indicated a reading higher than the legal limit of .08. However, refused the breath test at the Sheriff’s Department. I visited with and hired Rique D. Bobbitt who recommended a jury trial. The State, in their case, brought in a specialized expert who taught officers how to administer the field sobriety test and this expert testified to his expertise, about how field sobriety tests indicates that I was intoxicated. After the cross-examination of the State’s witnesses and after putting on our evidence, the jury acquitted me and found me not guilty. I am now able to have the DWI arrest and charge completely expunged and deleted from my record, that expungement including the arrest itself.
- GEORGE D.
4 PREVIOUS DWI CONVICTIONS, #5 REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR
After having four (4) DWI convictions (two of those being felony DWI convictions), at approximately 4:00 one morning, after being at a bar until closing time, I lost control of my vehicle and flipped the vehicle and struck a stop sign. I was taken to the hospital for treatment. A State Trooper stated that he could smell alcohol coming from the car, found a cold beer near the stop sign at the scene, and came to the hospital to interview me. A citizen had observed the accident and made a statement of such. The blood alcohol content from blood taken from the scene reported to be .249, three times the legal limit allowed while driving a vehicle in the State of Texas. With a college degree, I had a very good job in the banking industry, one which I had for approximately ten years. A felony DWI conviction would have caused my losing an insurance license and the ability of being bonded, and would have cost me my job. I hired Mr. Bobbit and he was able to get my fifth DWI (being my third felony DWI) reduced to a misdemeanor, which saved my job. I would strongly recommend Mr. Bobbit for anyone charged with an alcohol related offense.
- DON G.
DWI WITH TEST RESULT .133 DISMISSED
After watching a basketball game on Saturday afternoon and having a few drinks, I drove out of my home in a rural area and had an accident. During the investigation of the accident, the State Trooper made a decision that I was intoxicated and after administering a field sobriety test, he place me under arrest and took me to the Sheriff’s Department where I voluntarily submitted to a Breathalyzer machine and tested a result of .133. Talking to different attorneys and trying to determine who would be the correct choice to represent me on a DWI was a very difficult ordeal. I talked to least four or five lawyers and learned that who you pay to represent you may not be the same attorney that goes to court in your behalf. After meeting with Rique Bobbitt, I felt comfortable with my choice of he being my attorney. The first time that Mr. Bobbitt and I went to court, he was able to arrange for a dismissal of the DWI, and further, posture the dismissal so that it could be completely expunged from my record. Evan law enforcement officers will not know that I was arrested for DWI after the expungement takes place. Not only did I get personal representation from the particular attorney that I hired, but I couldn’t be happier about both the result and the manner in which I was represented by Mr. Bobbitt. I strongly recommend Rique Bobbitt to anyone with an alcohol-related offense.
- TERRY M.
.11 BAC – DWI DISMISSED AND LICENSE RETURNED
I was charged with DWI and my blood was tested for alcohol content. The results were above the legal limit at 0.11BAC. After researching several attorneys, I decided Rique was the best. He was able to get my entire case dismissed at our first court appearance, before a trial. He even won the pre-trial license suspension hearing, so they had to immediately give my license back instead of the usual 6-month suspension! I would highly recommend him to anyone.
- JOSH R.
HAD ACCIDENT – BLEW .151 – DWI DISMISSED
Around midnight, I lost control of, and rolled my pick-up one and a half times (1 1/2) ending in a bar ditch and being ejected from the vehicle. Two truckers were following me and stopped to observe that I was the driver of the pick-up. Upon being taken to the hospital for my injuries, and during my medical treatment, blood was extracted. My blood-alcohol content proved to be .151, almost twice the legal limit for blood alcohol content while driving in the State of TexasI was charged with DWI with an open alcohol container. After visiting with, and hiring Rique D. Bobbitt to represent me, he was able to get the case dismissed before any hearings or trial.
- MICHELLE W.
Stopped For Speeding and Swerving, Refused Breath Test; One Previous Arrest for DWI; Case Dismissed One Week Before Trial; Eligible for Expungement
At 4:25 A.M. a police officer stopped my motor vehicle because he observed me speeding and swerving in and out my lane of traffic without signaling. The officer stated that I smelled strongly of alcoholic beverages, my speech was slurred and my eyes were bloodshot. I refused to perform field sobriety tests or take a breath test. I had previously been arrested for DWI. At that time I received a breath test also. Because of my previous arrest for DWI and observations studied by the police officer, the prosecuting attorney refused to dismiss the charges and dismiss the case and the matter was set for a jury trial. After about a year and a half, and the week before the case was set for jury trial, my DWI was dismissed. It is my understanding that the county attorney dismissed the charge because he respected Rique Bobbitt’s ability to defend DWI charges in a jury trial. I will now be able to have my record expunged and the arrest completely eliminated from my record. I will also be able to state, after the expungement, on applications, that I have never been arrested for a DWI on this charge. I recommend Rique Bobbitt as an attorney on any DWI or criminal case.
- Ricardo M.
Took Breath Test and Blew .09 BAC – Open Container – Dismissal – Entitled to Expungement
After having an accident and the accident being investigated by police officers, and after alcohol being smelled on my breath, I was given field sobriety tests. I was then arrested and taken to the station for Driving While Intoxicated. At the station, I gave a breath test which was a .09 blood alcohol concentration (BAC). At the very first hearing, Mr. Bobbitt arranged for me to enter into an agreement with the prosecutor that if I didn’t get into trouble for 12 months, they would dismiss the case. Since I was not placed on a formal court order of probation, it is my understanding that I will have the Driving While Intoxicated expunged and completely eliminated from my record. I recommend Mr. Bobbitt for any criminal case.
MY 2ND DWI WITHIN 12 MONTHS; AGAIN, DISMISSED!
Approximately 11 months later, and less than a year after the first DWI charges were filed against me, I was charged with another DWI in a different county. On this occasion, police officers approached me as I was getting out of my truck in a parking lot of a bar at night. The officers reported that I could barely stand straight and found an open container of beer in the vehicle. I was given various field sobriety tests and then charged and arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. I again hired Mr. Bobbitt and he was able to get that case dismissed also. I will now be able to get both DWI charges and the arrests deleted and removed from all of my records as an expungement.
I strongly recommend Mr. Bobbitt if a person is charged with any drug related offense. I cannot imagine any attorney being more effective at achieving the results which Mr. Bobbitt was able to obtain.
- MICHELLE W.
Child in car, defendant charged with Felony DWI; concerned about keeping job with a Felony conviction.
Immediately after officer testifying, negotiations with District Attorney resulted in reduced misdemeanor plea; Defendant able to keep job.
Defendant stopped for speeding; given field sobriety tests and charged with DWI.
DWI & ATTEMPT TO SUSPEND DRIVER'S LICENSE
Defendant's attorney Rique Bobbitt identified during ALR hearing a glaring problem with arresting officer's report B it had been altered after consultation with supervisor in officer's attempt to beef up report to secure conviction; DEFENDANT RETAINED DRIVER'S LICENSE AND DWI CASE DISMISSED.
Defendant, a US Army drill sergeant,was found asleep at the wheel,BLEW A .097 ON BREATH TEST, performed sobriety tests and was arrested.
Defendant hired Rique Bobbitt, and at the first court hearing, case resolved so that if Defendant does not get in any trouble for 12 months, DWI CASE WILL BE DISMISSED AND CLIENT WILL BE ENTITLED TO EXPUNGE DWI FROM RECORD.
Defendant, a decorated army pilot of over 30 years, on way home from fishing after day's work at army base, stopped and arrested because officer thought he was intoxicated.
Client dismissed his first attorney and hired Rique Bobbitt because he thought Mr. Bobbitt to be more aggressive. Declining any offers to reduce the plea, Defendant held out for a jury trial which was hard-fought and lasted 3 days. THE JURY RETURNED A NOT GUILTY VERDICT IN FAVOR DEFENDANT.
Defendant allegedly ran a stop sign, stopped in an intersection, BLEW A .140 ON A BREATH TEST and was arrested.
Defendant hired Rique Bobbitt who negotiated a plea in which the CHARGE WILL BE DISMISSED if Defendant remains offense free for a certain period of time. DEFENDANT will also be able to EXPUNGE the CHARGE FROM his RECORD.
Defendant allegedly drove the wrong way on a street, jumped a curb and was unable to stand when finally stopped by an officer; DEFENDANT BLEW A .157 ON A BREATH TEST AND WAS ARRESTED.
Defendant hired Rique Bobbitt who was able to work out a plea acceptable to Client B REDUCED TO CLASS C MISDEMEANOR WITH A FINE ONLY, NO SURCHARGE AND THE ABILITY TO HAVE THE CHARGE EXPUNGED FROM DEFENDANT'S RECORD.