Client charged with going 63 / 30 (5 points), cop driving in opposite direction, so he paced them. Client pled Not Guilty and was found Not Guilty.
Client charged with theft $100 < $1,500, which had client facing 6 months and $500.00 and or both. It was alleged that Client stole items from a department store. On day of trial, convinced State to dismiss the charges.
Client charged with CDS Possession Not Marijuana, and Possession of Paraphenalia, which had client facing a possibility of 1 year and or a $5,000.00 fine or both. Client was stopped for unlawful lane change in front of police officer, which then caused another car to almost hit them, due to multiple indicators, a K-9 sniff was conducted, which then led to the officer finding over ten pills of oxycodone in a bottle not prescribed to Client. Client was granted a Probation Before Judgment.
Client charged with DOS, DWOL, which had client facing a possibility of 1 year and a $1,000.00 fine or both and 12 points. Client’s license was suspended for violating an MVA requirement that the car be equipped with Intox machine, had horrible driving record including multiple DOS. Client pled NGASF to DOS, State was seeking 60 days incarceration, after mitigation, client received ten days, to serve on the weekends.
Client charged with Theft less than $1,000 (at this time it carried up to 18 months in jail and or a $500 fine or both) (2017), where it was alleged that Client stole items from a store where they were working, which included jewelry, clothes and other items, and after a police sting, he was caught with the items in their possession. Client first hired another attorney, was not happy with the representation, so terminated them, and later hired our firm. Client was out on Parole for a serious charge and any new charge could send him back to prison. After discussions with the State, convinced them to amend the Theft less than $1,000 to Theft less than $100 – 60 days in jail and or a $500 fine or both, and instead of State asking for substantial jail before we became involved in the case, Client only received five weekends and the Parole Retake Warrant was never issued.
Client charged with CDS Possession not Marijuana, which had client facing a possibility of 1 year and or a $5,000 fine or both, and Failure to Remain at Scene of Accident = 1 year and or a $1,000 fine or both and 12 points, DWI while Impaired b Drugs and or Alcohol = 60 days and or a $500 fine or both and 8 points DUI Driving While Impaired by Drugs = 1 year in jail and or $1,000 fine or both and 12 points, where Client was in an accident, a witness advised that Client was driving, Officer goes to Client’s residence, notices them being slouched over on a bucket, having slurred speech, and a white substance on his lips, based on evidence, Client does SFST, 6/6 HGN, 6/8 WAT, 4/4 OLS, and is arrested for suspicion of DWUI, DWI, is taken to the station, and upon further search, find non-prescribed schedule II controlled dangerous substance. Client was granted a Probation before Judgment on the DWI, and all the other charges were dismissed, including the CDS Possession Not Marijuana.
Client charged with going 67 / 55 (1 point), failure to reduce speed in dangerous weather conditions (1 point), and passing in a no passing zone (1 point), where Client started to pass 4 cars in a passing zone, but it became a no passing zone, 1 of the cars was a cop, who proceeded to stop the vehicle. Client was a CDL driver and any points would have catastrophic consequences on their ability to maintain employment and provide for their family, after Client listened to everything we told them, and presented a strong mitigation argument, Judge granted Probation Before Judgment for all 3
citations, which led to 0 points.
Client charged with 11 various traffic infractions, including driving on an out-of-state suspended license, driving without a license, speeding, negligent driving, and reckless, which has client facing 14 months and 1500.00 and or both and 15 points. After discussions with the State, convinced State to dismiss all counts.