Not a great way to ring in the holiday season:
University police chief was charged with driving under the influence. The Associated Press obtained the police report through a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request that showed the police chief had a blood alcohol level of .13; well over the state’s limit of .08.
Police were on the lookout for the chief’s vehicle after getting a call about a possibly intoxicated driver who drifted onto the center line.
The chief tendered her resignation the day after being arrested.
If you are arrested for a DUI, it is important to hire an experienced lawyer to be on your side. If you or anyone you know have been charged with DUI, contact the DUI defense lawyers at The Bartinik Law Firm, PC., 100 Fort Hill Road, Groton, CT.
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