Bradly D. was charged with a fourth time DUI, a felony. He was also facing a violation of DUI probation for his third DUI. The allegation was that Bradly D. drove his vehicle while under the influence of Ambien. This sleep-drug was prescribed to him and this was the first night he took it to get to sleep.
We were able to show that at the time of driving, Bradly D. was unconscious and due to the unintended consequences of Ambien, he was sleep driving. After 6 days of jury trial, he was found not guilty and acquitted of all charges.