A Minnesota woman was arrested for a DUI and Jell-O may play a key role in the prosecutor's case, reports Complex.com. After police spotted Cathy Sanchez erratically driving, they pulled her over and observed the woman's slurred words and strong stench of alcohol. However, the most pointed piece of evidence against Sanchez may be what the police found in the woman's pockets -- three Jell-O shots.
Following the Jell-O-ey find, the police had Sanchez undergo several sobriety tests. To no surprise, the woman failed the tests and was charged with a DUI. The police then ran a background check and discovered that Sanchez had five prior drunk driving convictions and had her licensed suspended because she was considered a "threat to public safety."
The woman did not help herself during the most recent arrest as she reportedly gave the police a fake name. Perhaps she didn't want her three children to find out the circumstances of her arrest.
Contact a King County DUI Attorney
The circumstances surrounding your DUI arrest may appear dire. For example, you may have failed a Breathalyzer test or may have even been caught with Jell-O shots in your pocket. However, regardless of the circumstances of your arrest, you should know that you will have your opportunity to defend yourself in court and that it is the prosecutor's burden to prove your guilt.
To discuss your case with an experienced attorney and to learn your options and defenses, you will want to speak with an experienced attorney. Contact an attorney at Cowan Kirk Gaston Wolff by calling 1-866-822-1230 and learn how we can help you.