Our client was charged with driving without a license. She was going through the immigration process and needed transportation for work, like the rest of us. Unfortunately, this led to her getting a ticket, which was frustrating since she had already been waiting through the slow immigration process to get her drivers license. In negotiating with the state, we helped them empathize with the client’s circumstances and  agree to continue the case to give her enough time to get her license. This was successful, as we worked with the client to make sure she obtained her license before the next court date. When we showed up with her newly issued Georgia drivers license, the state agreed to dismiss the case. The client was thrilled that she no longer had this hanging over her head as something that could interfere with the already complicated immigration process.

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.