Anita Kay was successful in getting a Driving Under the Influence of Bath Salts case dismissed today in Long Beach, California. Client was charged with Vehicle Code Section 23152(a) for allegedly being under the influence. Officers approached Client who was the only occupant of the vehicle on the side of the freeway. Officers observed objection symptoms of being under the influence and conducted field sobriety tests.
Client admitted to officers he had taken bath salts and in fact, had a jar of what Client told officers was bath salts in the car. Officer transported Client to a local CHP office where a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) performed a second set of tests on Client and opined that Client was under the influence.
Case was set for trial but the city prosector dismissed just before the trial was to begin.
Anyone accused of driving under the influence of bath salts should contact Ms. Kay for a free consultation.