Bradley H. Layne recently received advanced level training, from the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys, on winning DUI cases using finger dexterity. It is critically important to understand that officers are trained that alcohol goes to the muscles and, if a person is impaired, the alcohol in the muscles will cause finger dexterity problems. The main area in a case where officers are trained to look for finger dexterity issues is while the driver is retrieving their Driver’s License, registration, and proof of insurance and providing those documents to the officer. Officers are trained that alcohol in the muscles will cause a driver to fumble and drop their documents. If a driver doesn’t have any finger dexterity problems, we can get an officer to testify that the driver did not have an impairing amount of alcohol in their system at that time. Additionally, there are many overlooked areas in a case where skilled attorneys can also look for evidence that their client did not have finger dexterity issues. It is critical to hire an attorney who understands the importance of looking for the lack of finger dexterity problems in a case and knows how to use that information to force an officer to explain to the Judge or the Jury that the client is not guilty. This training was provided by Dave Cox, the Founder and President of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys.
The American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys has compiled information from Judges, Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutors (the Top DUI Prosecutors in each State), DUI Prosecutors, current Law Enforcement Officers, former Law Enforcement Officers, and DUI Defense Attorneys to determine exactly what skills, knowledge, training, tools, resources, and strategies win the most DUI cases at trial and are also used to get DUI cases successfully resolved for the defense prior to trial.
When people need a DUI Attorney, the biggest challenge is knowing whether or not an attorney truly has the skills, knowledge, training, tools, resources, and strategies that are needed to successfully resolve and win DUI cases. Countless attorneys handle DUI cases. But, only a very small percentage have the skills, knowledge, training, tools, resources, and strategies that are needed to successfully resolve and win DUI cases.
Members of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys have received advanced level training on the strategies that win the most DUI cases at trial and are also used to get DUI cases successfully resolved for the defense prior to trial. Members of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys also have access to the resources and tools that are used to win and successfully resolve DUI cases and these are resources and tools that only a very small percentage of DUI attorneys have access to and use.
Bradley H. Layne focuses his practice in the areas of maritime injuries, product liability, personal injury, wrongful death, Social Security disability and criminal defense, including DUI. Brad is a 1987 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Marshall University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from the West Virginia University College of Law in 1991.
In law school, he served as Articles Editor of the West Virginia Review and was also honored with selection to The Order of the Coif, the most prestigious award obtainable by a law student, given only to those students who graduate in the top of their law school class. He entered the practice of law in 1991, joining the firm of Robinson and McElwee in Charleston, West Virginia. In 1992 joined the firm of C. Dallas Kayser L.C., the predecessor of Kayser Layne Clark PLLC. Brad has over 24 years of experience in representing injured and disabled individuals in civil cases against insurance companies and large corporations as well as individuals charged with a crime by government.
He was the author of Post-Erisa Interpretation of Pre-Erisa Pension Plans: Dissention among the Circuits, published in Volume 92, Number 3 of The West Virginia Law Review. The article was also selected by Westlaw from several articles to be published on their service at the time of writing. He was also the co-author of Psychiatric Disability: Legal and Administrative Dimensions, National Business Institute Seminar, (November 1991).
He is a member of the West Virginia Association of Justice , the American Association of Justiceâ€”Admiralty Law and Social Security Disability Sections, Mason County Bar Association (former president), and West Virginia State Bar He is licensed to practice in both State and Federal court in West Virginia and has practiced with special permission in various other state and federal courts.
In addition to his professional memberships, he is one the original founding members of Bend Area CARE, a local charitable organization that provides aid to individuals and families struck by hardship in the local area and also provides Christmas presents to underprivileged children. He is also a member of several other civic and fraternal organizations and is an active musician.
Brad resides on the family horse farm outside New Haven, West Virginia, with his wife Amy, 2 daughters, Alexa and Alivia, and several purebred Arabian horses. Along with spending time with his family, he enjoys playing, writing, and recording music, horseback riding, and snow skiing and boating.
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Information in this news release is the opinion of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys (AAPDA). The information contained throughout the AAPDA website is educational and is intended only for informational and educational purposes. Information on the AAPDA website is the opinion of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys (AAPDA), it is not intended to be legal advice, and it should not be used as legal advice. Rather, all information found on the AAPDA website is for general educational and informational purposes only. AAPDA does not guarantee or imply the competence level of any attorney, whether or not they are a member of AAPDA. When hiring an attorney, a person should personally contact the attorney and confirm the attorney’s skills, knowledge, training, tools, resources, strategies, and other credentials. Any decision to hire an attorney should be based on a person’s satisfaction, after contacting the attorney, that the attorney hired is who they feel comfortable with and want to represent them. The specific outcome of each DUI case cannot be anticipated or guaranteed by AAPDA, or anyone else, as many factors can affect the outcome of each individual case.
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