Country singer Chris Cagle has been arrested near Grreenville, Texas on a charge of DWI. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Cagle was arrested earlier this month near 50 miles northeast of Dallas. The Texas state agency indicated that the 45-year-old entertainer was pulled over after failure to stop at a red light.
Hunt County jail records show that Cagle, of Marietta, Okla., wasn’t in custody Tuesday. The sheriff’s office didn’t immediately provide further information on the arrest. Cagle’s 2002 single “I Breathe In, I Breathe Out” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s country music chart.
No matter what state you are in, DUI or DWI charges can hold stiff penalties if you are convicted. In the state of Pennsylvania, an experienced DUI defense lawyer will do everything possible in order to defend their clients and try to either eliminate or reduce any DUI or DUI-related charges that have been filed against them.
An experienced and knowledgeable DUI defense attorney may want to file pretrial motions in order to suppress evidence against their client. A motion to suppress is usually filed in order to take advantage of potential mistakes may have been made when gathering evidence by law enforcement officers. When a motion to suppress is successful, it can possibly result in a DUI case being dismissed or the charges substantially reduced from those that were originally were filed.
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