Two Kansas City law firms, a traffic law and criminal defense law firm, have now…
Can I do a mistrial, or can I prove that an answer I was baited to make does not constitute wether there was truly self defense
Traffic Lawyer Richard Simon’s Answer
You are commenting on all of this evidence that is unrelated to bicycling under the influence. I will ask you to modify your question if you were charged with more. If you were not then all of this other testimony does not matter a hill of beans to your case. The question for the case is, were you drunk on the bike or not. Having stated that you blacked out, I am guessing you were drunk and the rest of this does not matter to the case. Also, if the trial is over, you have very few remedies now to overturn a conviction.