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Thanks For The Awesome DUI Review

Thanks For The Awesome DUI Review

Many thanks to all of our clients who have taken time out of their busy day to write us a DUI review!! The DUI and criminal defense attorneys at David O Defense pride themselves on providing exceptional client services in addition to maintaining an excellent legal representation.  No law firm works or fights harder than David O Defense!

A huge thank you to a past client, Matthew T. who wrote us this awesome DUI review recently:

“I would not recommend using any other legal team, was reading a recently posted review, that stated a large legal fee was occurred. Never had an issue with any thing to do with financial obligations. The sense of relief was so nice, after discussing a DUI, that became somewhat complicated in my thought process, was promptly and patiently explained to me way before I was to have to face the judge.

I spoke with David about my case and he was able to explain the legal process in a way that I could easily understand, the feeling of impending doom was greatly diminished. I worked with one of the legal partners named Anastasia, she was very professional and also kind. Kept me very informed as to what was happening and what to expect. I never felt confused or concerned, my case was a little complicated due to a blood test that was taken, ultimately Anastasia was able to get one charge dropped all together, and the DUI, down to a reckless driving. Accomplishing this is not easy in this day and age.

Definitely would recommend using David Oh defense to anyone facing a serious legal issue.” – Matthew T., past DUI client, posted 3/2015.

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Justin Bieber’s DUI Attorney Is Doing His Job

Justin Bieber’s DUI Attorney Is Doing His Job

The Biebes has been plastered all over media for his recent DUI of alcohol and drugs arrest.  It happened back in January when Justin Bieber, pop music icon and teen heart-throb, and his buddy rap artist, Kahlil, decided to drag race their luxury cars outside of a Miami night club.  Local cops observed the race and pulled Bieber and Kahlil over and arrested them both.  Bieber was taken to the police station and charged with DUI, drag racing, resisting arrest without violence (Beibes dropped a lot of F-bombs on the officers), and driving on an expired driver’s license.

Bieber posted $2500.00 in bail, a measly drop in the bucket for the super songster, and got the heck out of jail. Later he decided to hire Miami DUI and criminal defense attorney Roy Black to defend his DUI case.  Ding Ding, does the name Roy Black ring a bell to all Bravo and Real Housewives of Miami mega fans?… It must, Roy Black is the husband to Real House Wife Lea Black… The Miami A-listers that live in the newly redecorated huge mansion… Ah yes now we know who Roy Black is.  Attorney Black has a reputation for representing high-profile clients of which have included; Kelsey Grammar, Rush Limbaugh, and Joe Francis (Girls Gone Wild creator).

Fast forward to today, DUI defense attorney Roy Black has already poked holes into Bieber’s DUI case, by finding errors and legal issues.  Black believes there are some significant issues with the arresting officer, Steven Cosner.  For starters, it appears Cosner’s police report includes details that have been exaggerated to make Bieber appear less favorable.  For instance, officer Cosner’s report describes Bieber and Kahlil were racing at speeds between 55-60 miles per hour, yet, a GPS tracking system indicated the top speed of the two cars was at a much slower pace of 44 miles per hour.  Additionally, Cosner’s report describes J.B. as reeking of alcohol in his car, however, Bieber blew a low .014 into the breathalyzer machine at the police station, an individual would not “reek of alcohol” at this low BAC level.  Fluff and exaggeration!

Black has also found some defense ammo in the fact that officer Steven Cosner has credibility issues.  An extensive history of credibility issues in fact, which includes 15 counts of misconduct between the years of 2001 and 2012.  Five of those counts of misconduct were acquired by not showing up to court when ordered to do so.  Black speculates officer Cosner may not have shown up to court intentionally, to avoid being placed under oath, and being forced to explain police report exaggerations, like he has done with Bieber’s report.  Cosner knows that if he doesn’t tell the truth while under oath, he could be prosecuted for perjury, and potentially lose his job.  Cosner’s other counts of misconduct include; violating the rules of courtesy and respect, off duty/secondary employment, unlawful compensation, offensive conduct/language, and sleeping on duty.

The prosecution may want to think twice before putting officer Cosner on the stand if Bieber’s DUI case goes to trial, defense attorney Black will be prepared to discredit him.  And that is the job of a talented DUI defense attorney…  to find issues and errors with a case, and then to be fully prepared to present those issues to the prosecutors and in trial if necessary.


Written by S.O



DUI / Drunk Driving / DWI – Quick Tips – Everett

DUI / Drunk Driving / DWI – Quick Tips – Everett

Quick tips when pulled over in Everett by a police officer for DUI / drunk driving / DWI…

  1. Be respectful to the officer.
  2. Don’t make any incriminating statements.  For example, “I feel wasted!” or “I’m so drunk!”
  3. Refuse to take the DUI field sobriety tests.  They are voluntary.
  4. Do not take the portable breath test, this test is also voluntary.
  5. If you are arrested ask to speak to David O, top rated Seattle DUI and criminal defense attorney. If you haven’t already, be sure to program my phone number (206) 459-6392 into your cell, I will take your call 24/7.