Drunk Driving Lawyers | Serving St. Louis, MO
St. Louis Criminal Law Firm
8000 Maryland Avenue, Suite 350
St. Louis, MO 63105
Grant Boyd practices law in the areas of Criminal Defense, DUI/DWI, and Personal Injury. Grant has been with the firm since 2011. He started as a law clerk, and has been an attorney with the firm since graduating law school and passing the bar. Grant specializes in litigation, successfully trying numerous cases on behalf of the firm. From a personal injury aspect, he has successfully represented plaintiffs in car accidents, negligence cases, truck accidents, wrongful death and airplane/aviation crashes. While he attended law school, Grant was one of the top members of the Saint Louis University Mock Trial Team. The Lawyers Association of St. Louis has honored him with the Milton F. Napier Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy.
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St. Louis Man Faces Fifth DWI Arrest Hitting Police Car Head On With A .14 Blood Test. Dismissed.
Unconscious at the scene of the accident, Missouri Implied Consent Law allowed officers to draw blood from my client revealing a blood alcohol content of .14, well above Missouri's .08 legal limit. After being arrested on Felony DWI, we were able to attack the testimony of the arresting officer about the validity of the blood test based upon the proper collection and handling of the blood taken from my client. The client's felony charge of DWI was dismissed, and he did not lose his license.
Cape Girardeau Man Faces Twelfth DWI Arrest With A .234 BAC And Is Found Not Guilty
After driving through someone's yard while a nearby police officer watched, our client could not even stand when he was arrested. The police officer chose not to perform field sobriety tests because the client was too unsteady on his feet. A test was administrated after his arrest and he blew a .234 nearly four times the legal limit on a breath test machine. At trial, we carefully worked to select jurors who recognized that there are many reasons why someone may be severely unbalanced. We were able to convince jurors that the officer was obligated to do field sobriety tests, and also that he had not monitored the suspect before improperly administrating the breath test. The case was dismissed by the judge for lack of evidence at the close of the State's case.
St. Charles Teacher Arrested For DWI With A Breath Test Result of .151 Found Not Guilty
A St. Charles teacher was arrested for DWI for driving off road and failing field sobriety tests after coming from the wineries. A breath test revealed her blood alcohol level was .151 almost twice the legal limit. The teacher was found not guilty due to errors of the officer in conducting the field sobriety tests and the breath test machine.