Tucson DUI Jury Doubts Arizona Hoopster’s Breath Test

By Guest Attorney

Hassan Adams, a member of the New Jersey Nets NBA basketball team and a former player for the University of Arizona was found not guilty of DUI by a Tucson jury. His DUI jury accepted the arguments that Adams’ breath test was taken on a breathalyzer that was not the latest machine and had a built-in margin of error and that a person’s physiological situation could affect his BAC reading was enough to create a level of doubt. Adams had been suspended by his coach for last year’s Pac-Ten basketball tournament.

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