On July 23rd, 2021

Mendocino County Jury Convicts Sacramento Man in DUI Case California DOJ criminalists assisted in investigation

“California Department of Justice criminalists work in forensic labs throughout California to assist law enforcement officers with collecting and processing evidence.  They are beyond valuable in investigations and we thank them for their service to public safety and criminal justice.” -CSLEA President Alan Barcelona

UKIAH- On July 22, 2021, after just 15 minutes of deliberations, a Mendocino County Superior Court jury found Michael Patrick Pimental, 27, of Sacramento, guilty of both misdemeanor driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and misdemeanor driving a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol .08 or greater.

The evidence presented at trial was that Pimental’s blood alcohol content level at the time of his driving was .12/.12.  It is illegal to drive any motor vehicle with a blood alcohol .08 or greater.

Pimental was ordered to return to court on August 11, 2021 for judgment and sentencing.

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