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Topic - Michael Kessler
He said Cabrera's Land Rover had broken down and St. Lucie County Sheriff's deputies didn't see him driving the SUV.
His attorney, Michael Kessler, said during a hearing Wednesday that Florida law states a driver has to be in control of an operable vehicle to be required to take a breath test.