Rideout v. State

In Rideout v. State, 22 Ark. App. 209, 737 S.W.2d 667 (1987), the appellant was convicted of driving while intoxicated. During the trial, the results of a breathalyzer test were admitted into evidence, and at no time did appellant move to suppress those results or object to the introduction of this evidence. At the close of all the evidence, the appellant moved for a judgment of acquittal based upon a lack of probable cause for the arrest.