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The client was driving home from a friend’s house and was stopped for failure to signal. At the motion to suppress hearing, the court heard testimony and granted the motion, which excluded all evidence acquired by the officer inadmissible at trial. Without any evidence, the state was forced to dismiss all charges, and the client is now eligible to have the arrest and charges expunged from his record.
Client was arrested for violation of a protective order after being arrested by officers for an unrelated driving offense. At the time of this arrest, he was borrowing a friend’s car to run a few errands. Approximately a year prior to this arrest, a default protective order had been granted against this client. A provision in that protective order made it a crime to possess a firearm. During an inventory search of the vehicle, a semi-automatic rifle was uncovered in the trunk of the vehicle. The client made
Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after being pulled over by police for speed. A blood test taken after this stop alleged my client’s blood alcohol level (BAC) at the time of the test was .216, resulting in this case being charged as a Class A Misdemeanor. After extensive discovery review and persistent negotiations, the prosecutor agreed to lower the charges to a first DWI.
Client was driving home from a birthday party when pulled over for failure to signal a lane change. After we pointed out some significant weaknesses in the case based on evidence in the video and the officer’s report, the prosecution agreed to offer a reduction to obstruction of a passageway and allowed our client the opportunity to have the case dismissed after successfully completing deferred adjudication probation.
Client pulled over on a major highway for speeding and a missing tail light and was subsequently arrested for a second DWI after the officer saw two open containers of beer in the cup holders. At the administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing, we successfully argued that DPS could not establish my client’s alcohol concentration at the time he was operating his vehicle. The judge found our argument persuasive and denied the request by DPS to suspend our client’s driver’s license.