Cliff Bidlingmaier successfully had a DUI dismissed. Cliff filed a suppression motion with supporting legal memorandum regarding the facts and circumstances surrounding the stop and arrest. The State attempted to prove that his client who was parked with a disabled motor vehicle had been operating under the influence of alcohol without proof of the time of actual operation. Cliff was able to demonstrate that the State was unable prove the time of operation and consumption of alcoholic beverages, which is an essential element of the charge. Therefore, at the motion to suppress hearing the charge of driving under the influence was dismissed.
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