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Charges:DUI, Driving with License Suspended, Possession of Marijuana, Reckless Driving, and Speeding 107/55
Result: Dismissed DUI, Driving with License Suspended, and Possession of Marijuana
The client was charged with multiple violations during a traffic stop including DUI, Driving with License Suspended, Possession of Marijuana, Reckless Driving, and Speeding 107/55. After negotiations and preparing the case for trial through investigations, the attorney a for the firm was able to get the DUI, Driving While License Suspended and Possession of Marijuana dismissed.
Charges:Possessing Alcohol While Operating A CMV
The client was charged with Commercial Vehicle Driver Using/Possessing Alcohol While Operating A CMV received in late November 2022. While at arraignment during negotiations, an attorney for the firm was able to get case dismissed with no fine or penalties for the client.
County: Dooly County
Charges: Multiple Criminal Traffic
Client was pulled over and charged with Reckless driving, speeding 132/70, illegal lane change, not stopping at a stop sign, dui and driving w open container. Lawyers for the firm prepared the case for trial. At trial, after hearing argument from both sides, the judge DISMISSED all charges.
County: Fannin County
The client was charged with DUI and Hit and Run which arose from an incident in 2015. The client was adamant he was not guilty of either charge. The client hired us after firing his previous attorney who was on the case for years. Attorneys for the firm worked diligently to prepare the case with only one week before the trial was set. On the eve of trial, the firm’s attorney was able to convince the assigned prosecutor to dismiss all charges for a case we were prepared to win.
Charges: Fleeing Improper Passing, Following Too Close, Speeding
Result: The State agreed to dismiss the charges of Fleeing, Improper Passing, and Following Too Close and amend the speed violation from 80/35 to 50/35 in return for payment of fine of $237.
Case #: 2021XXXXXX9
Result: The client was charged with a criminal charge of Fleeing an officer after a police officer attempted to pull the client over and claimed he fled for two counties. An officer had to crash his car into the front bumper of the client’s car in order for him to stop. The attorney for the firm was able to resolve the case with a traffic infraction of Too Fast for Conditions—criminal charges dropped, no points!