Matthew W Randle recently received advanced level training, from the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys, on how to Fight The Lack Of Convergence Test. Matthew received training on the issues with the Lack of Convergence Test. Important issues include: the test may not be reliable because some people normally have the inability to cross their eyes, officers can produce an adverse outcome if they fail to let a person wear their glasses during the test, and officers can also produce an adverse outcome if they bring the stimulus in closer than 2 inches from the bridge of the nose.
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.
Matthew William Randle
Matt was born and raised in Tucson, AZ. He attended Mountain View High School and was a standout football player and wrestler as well as a vice-president of his class. Matt joined the United States Army on his 17th birthday and shipped to Basic Training at Ft. Sill, OK. From boot camp Matt went to the US Army School for Combat Medics located at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX. Following training, Matt served a year-long tour in the Republic of South Korea, highlighted being a part of the Remains Recovery Team that was responsible for repatriating the remains of US soldiers previously listed as Missing in Action.
Matt was next stationed at Ft. Bliss, located in El Paso, TX. While at Ft. Bliss Matt was assigned to several task force missions along the border (JTF 6) helping to fight drug trafficking. Matt was sent to assist in the protection of several high-risk targets following 9/11 as a member of Operation Noble Eagle and the Homeland Defense mission. Matt was due to leave the military but volunteered to extend his time in order to deploy with his unit as a part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Matt served in Iraq for seven months as the assigned medic for HHB 31st ADA BDE. During Operation Iraqi Freedom Matt was a member of the main assault force that toppled the existing regime. During his time in the Army Matt received two Army Commendation Medals, three Army Achievement Medals, the Iraq Campaign Medal, the Global War on Terror Service Medal, the Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Army Overseas Service Ribbon, the Army Service Ribbon and two Good Conduct Medals.
Returning home from Iraq, Matt was Honorably Discharged from the US Army and began his life as a veteran. Matt worked with several youth service organizations helping at-risk youth develop and progress towards successful independence. In 2007, Matt pushed himself towards his true passion, working with veterans. Matt began working for the non-profit organization Vets4Vets as their Outreach Director and travelled the country speaking with and for his fellow veterans. Matt returned to school in the fall of 2008 and served as the VETS Office Student Director and President of The University of Arizona chapter of the Student Veterans of America (UA SVA). He currently sits on the Board of Directors for the national Student Veterans of America (SVA), Representative Giffords’ Veteran Advisory Council, Representative Grijalva’s Veteran Advisory Council and advises the State of Arizona Governor’s Council on Veterans’ Affairs, just to name a few.
As the Student Director, Matt wrote the history books and set the standard in many areas, implementing groundbreaking policies such as priority registration for GI Bill beneficiaries that maximize its effectiveness for veterans and their dependents attending college. To date, no other institution has a policy as robust. He was also responsible for expanding the VETS office four times during his tenure; from a 200 square-foot room in Old Main to a 1,400 square-foot resource facility in the Student Union Memorial Center. The results of his hard work enhanced a 25 visitor per week office to a center that serves ver 140 visitors daily, and is staffed by eight VA work-study student veterans.
Matt’s leadership fostered an environment of involvement, making the UA SVA a frontrunner in all aspects. The club holds the titles of Campus Club of the Year and Philanthropic Organization of the Year for 2009-10 and 2010-11 school years as well as Chapter of the Year by SVA national in 2010—a distinction given to a single campus in a competition of over 320 schools in the United States. He pioneered over 40 community service projects, implemented the first-ever student veteran, coed intramural athletic team, and hosted several social events to bring the student veteran community closer. Events such as toy, food, and clothing drives, building teams for Habitat for Humanity, vandalized trailhead cleanups, nonprofit fundraisers, and volunteer efforts at a local shelter are some of the many ways he encouraged philanthropic endeavors.
Matt graduated Magna Cum Laude in May of 2011 and was selected as the 2011 Robie Award winner as the distinguished honor graduate of the class of 2011. Matt will is currently attending the University Of Arizona; Rogers College of Law and will graduate in May of 2014.
Matt has been featured on CNN’s The Lou Dobbs Show, NBC Nightly News, Dateline, the American Council on Education’s website (http://www.todaysgibill.org), In Their Boots, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, USA Today as well as several local newspapers and news programs for his work with veterans. Aside from sports, Matt’s hobbies include spending time with his Wife Holly and her two sons, plus a baby on the way, golfing and going to concerts.
To learn more about Matthew W Randle, please visit http://www.matthewrandlelaw.com or https://www.aapda.org/directory/name/matthew-randle/
To learn more about the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys, please visit https://www.aapda.org/
Information in this news release is the opinion of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys (AAPDA), and the use of the AAPDA logo, is the opinion of AAPDA that members have met AAPDA’s proprietary selection criteria. 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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