Phillip B. Price, Sr., Esq.

Phillip B. Price, Sr., Esq.

217 Randolph Avenue
Huntsville, AL 35801

Phone: 256-536-6000

Website: http://www.priceandflowers.com

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About Phillip B. Price, Sr., Esq.

Mr. Price has been representing citizens in the legal arena for 40 years. Price and Flowers Law Firm, P.C. is located in Huntsville, Alabama and concentrates its efforts in assisting those accused of driving under the influence. The firm handles both civil and criminal cases involving the accused drinking driver. Mr. Price is a member of many professional organizations. He has served as Regent and then Dean to the National College for DUI Defense, Inc. He is a Fellow to the National College for DUI Defense and was the fourth attorney in the United States to attain such status. The National College for DUI Defense, Inc. holds its educational program at the Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mr. Price practiced law for many years with the late Macon L. Weaver, former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama. Mr. Price has completed a course of instruction on the operation of evidential breath tests devices, specifically the Intoxilyzer Model 5000. He owns a Draeger Alcotest MK III, an Alco Sensor IV, as well as an Intoxilyzer 5000. He has authored and published many articles dealing with various subjects related to alcohol related offenses. Mr. Price has also handled several appellate court cases of historical significance. The Supreme Court case of Ex Parte Barry Wayne Buckner, 549 So.2d 451 (Ala. 1989), redefined the phrase, driving "under the influence of alcohol" in Alabama. He handled the leading case defining a citizen's right to an independent blood test, Lockard vs. Town of Killen, 565 So.2d 679 (Ala. Cr. App. 1990). In 1994, Mr. Price handled the case of Mayo vs. City of Madison, 652 So.2d 201 (Ala. 1994) where, in a landmark decision of the Alabama Supreme Court, the Alabama breath test program was thrown out. In 2002 he handled the case of city of Tuscaloosa vs. Stalnahes, wherein the Draeger Breath test device was held to be not admissible in court. He has also handled appellate cases dealing with field sobriety testing, right to trial by jury, and other issues. Mr. Price was awarded with the Erwin-Taylor Lifetime achievement award in 2012 by the National College of DUI Defense.


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