Eau Claire County vs. Citizen Accused of Operating While Intoxicated and Operating with a Prohibited Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) at a .32 Level

Attorney Mullen convinced prosecutors just hours before a jury trial the defendant was not operating his vehicle. Even though video tapes and statements differed as to who was actually driving the truck the evening of the incident, Attorney Mullen convinced the District Attorney’s Office such a discrepancy was not worth risking a jury trial over. The case was dismissed in its entirety.

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