Our client was stopped in Wayne County for speeding 82/70. Upon making contact, the officers noticed the odor of marijuana as well as glassy and bloodshot eyes. The officer conducting the stop asked our client if there was marijuana in the car and if he consented to a search of the vehicle. Our client agreed to let the officer search his vehicle. The officer found marijuana. When asked, our client denied being under the influence of drugs or having any knowledge of the marijuana. Despite roadside exercises being performed pretty well the officer placed our client under arrest and took him to get his blood drawn for further testing. Ticket Clinic lawyers took on the case and began investigating the accusations. The blood tests confirmed client had no drugs in his system and the Solicitor agreed to dismiss the citation for DUI and reduce the speed to a no points offense.

Ashley Brown, Esq.

Upon graduating from The North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2020, Ashley immediately entered private practice handling cases in varies areas of law including family law, immigration, personal injury, and criminal defense. 

Quickly recognizing her overwhelming passion for the practice of criminal law and her desire to help the underdog, Ashley joined the Ticket Clinic team where she dedicates herself solely to the practice of misdemeanor criminal defense.