A preliminary breath test showed a blood-alcohol level of .20, 2½ times the legal limit. But Fremont police didn’t make Oliver Glass blow into a more advanced machine that is needed in court to confirm his .20 blood-alcohol content.
Oliver Glass' attorney said the only blood alcohol content test he received was a preliminary breath test. But preliminary breath tests are not considered reliable enough to be admissible at trial.
Embattled Dodge County Attorney Oliver Glass was in the Dodge County Jail Friday morning after he was arrested on suspicion of violating his probation over a March DUI.