Our client was charged with CMV parts violation and Public Drunkenness. He was licensed in Florida with a CDL, which he needed to perform his job. No evidence was provided by the State regarding Public Drunkenness, so I asked the prosecutor to dismiss that charge. The prosecutor agreed.

I then discussed the CMV parts violation, which our client acted proactively to repair before the police officer even arrived. I showed the prosecutor the repair receipt with timestamps to compare to the citation, confirming our client’s assertion that he got the car fixed immediately, before law enforcement arrived at the scene.

I asked for a dismissal of that charge on that basis, and the prosecutor agreed.

Instead of receiving 3 points on his license and possibly losing his job as a commercial driver, our client had no consequences whatsoever because all charges were dismissed (rightfully so).”

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.