Campbell District Court. Client was charged with driving under the influence while driving home after working an extremely long shift. Client was pulled over for swerving and admitted to having a couple shots hours prior but maintained she was not under the influence. Attorney Selby highlighted her client’s actions and statements that were consistent with sobriety or being tired. Attorney Selby also proved to the jury that on two important issues the officer was not being truthful or accurate thereby casting doubt as to his credibility which was crucial where his testimony directly conflicted with defense witnesses’ testimony. After deliberation, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty.