Sen. Paul Campbell wants his DUI charge dismissed because of certain issues he claims happened the night of the arrest. (Source: Al Cannon Detention Center)
CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC -
A recently released court document sheds light on how Charleston Aviation Authority CEO Paul Campbell plans to fight his DUI charge.
The motion to dismiss states that Campbell's feet weren't visible on the dashcam video during the "walk and turn" portion of the field sobriety test given prior to his arrest.
It also says that after Campbell took the breath test at the station, he then requested further testing that is within his rights. The trooper issuing the test then stated "this is what we got," without granting Campbell's request according to the motion.