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The Facts

Date: 05/15/2017

Case #: CT00######

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DUI

The Results

The Client was stopped by law enforcement for traveling 105mph in a posted 65mph zone. Once stopped the Officer observed that the client was looking very sleepy, had the odor of alcohol about his person and that he had slurred speech. The Client then conducted field sobriety exercises and performed poorly. The Officer arrested the Client and transported him to the jail where he gave a breath sample that was twice the legal limit. The Firm spoke with the Assistant State Attorney with regard to the Client’s case and the fact that the Client cooperated fully and, absent the present case, had a completely clean record for his entire life. The State then agreed to dismiss the DUI charge. In addition, because the Firm also won the Client’s formal hearing with the DMV on a legal technicality, no evidence of a DUI charge will appear on the Client’s driving record.

The Facts

Date: 05/12/2017

Case #: 2016#######

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DUI

The Results

The Client was involved in a vehicle accident and was transported to a local area hospital. While at the hospital, the Officer dispatched to investigate noticed that the Client seemed impaired, but not by alcohol. The Officer requested that the Client submit to a blood analysis, which showed that the Client had Fentanyl and Oxycodone present in his system. The Client was then charged with DUI causing a crash. The Firm investigated the case and discovered that the blood draw was done completely improperly. The Firm filed a motion to suppress the blood draw as evidence. The State then agreed to dismiss the DUI.

The Facts

Date: 05/10/2017

Case #: 2016#######

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DUI

The Results

The client was pulled over on his motorcycle for driving on US1 in the wrong direction. The officer noted that he had slurred speech, blood shot eyes, and an odor of alcohol emitting from his breath. Our client admitted to drinking 3 beers and 2 margaritas. The officer claimed our client performed poorly on the roadside tasks by failing to follow instructions, having balance problems, and being unable to lift his leg. After his arrest, our client provided a breath result of 0.175, over twice the legal limit. After hiring The Ticket Clinic, the attorney investigated the case and determined the exercises performed by the officer were unreliable based on the conditions on scene and the conditions of the client. Additionally, the attorney located evidence that suggested the breathalyzer result was unreliable. The attorney took the case to trial, cross examining the State’s witnesses and arguing to the jury why they should find reasonable doubt in the State’s case. After 45 minutes of deliberation, the jury found our client NOT GUILTY on all counts.

The Facts

Date: 05/02/2017

Case #: 15-0#####

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DUI

The Results

Our client was involved in a traffic accident where his car jumped a curb and crashed into a police car. The police suspected our client had been drinking and began a DUI investigation. The officers had him perform field sobriety exercises and requested a breath sample. The breath sample results showed that the client’s breath alcohol level was .097, over the legal limit. Our lawyers discovered some issues with the breath test procedure in this case and pointed out the problems to the prosecutor. On the day of trial the prosecutor dropped the DUI charge.

The Facts

Date: 05/01/2017

Case #: 18XXXXXXXX

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Driving With an Invalid License

The Results

Our client was traveling on the Florida Turnpike. Our client was driving 60 mph on the left lane. The speed limit in this area of the Florida Turnpike varies from 65 mph to 70 mph. The State Trooper observed our client driving and observed several cars catch up to our client and pass our client on the right lane. The State Trooper then turned on his emergency lights and initiated a traffic stop. The State Trooper then asked our client for her license, registration, and insurance. Our client provided the registration and insurance to the vehicle but could not provide a driver’s license because our client has never been issued one. The State Trooper then observed that our client is not wearing a seat belt. The State Trooper issues two traffic tickets for impeding traffic and no seat belt. The State Trooper also issues a criminal infraction for no valid driver’s license. Within a few days of getting the citations our client contacted our office to begin working on her case. We reviewed the State Trooper’s reports and the citations issued. Our office quickly noticed that the State Trooper had failed to note how he calculated our client’s speed. The State Trooper had also forgotten to calculate the speed of those cars that were passing our client on the right. Lastly, we noticed that the State Trooper had only observed the alleged impeding traffic infraction and had no other reason to initiate a traffic stop. Using the State Trooper’s own statements we crafted a defense. We argued that the State Trooper never had sufficient probable cause to stop our client and that all the other citations and infractions were observed after this improper stop. Finally, we argued that since the State Trooper lacked the authority to stop our client not only should the impeding traffic citation be dismissed but all of the citations and infractions should be dismissed. Soon after our argument the State dropped all charges.

The Facts

Date: 05/01/2017

Case #: 2016CT########

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DUI

The Results

The Client was stopped by law enforcement because he had a loud exhaust on his vehicle. Once stopped the Officer asked the Client to submit to roadside sobriety exercises. The Client performed well on said exercises, even though the Officer’s report reflected that he performed poorly. Once arrested the Officer had the client submit to a breath sample. The Firm investigated the case and discovered multiple issues with the officer’s investigation. The firm discovered that not only was the stop of the Client’s vehicle possibly illegal, but the detention of the Client for the DUI investigation was also illegal. The Firm filed a Motion to Suppress the State’s evidence. One day before the hearing for said motion, the State agreed to dismiss the DUI charge.

The Facts

Date: 05/01/2017

Case #: 2016ct000######

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DUI

The Results

The Client went through the drive thru at a local McDonalds when the workers there noticed that he seemed to be impaired. The workers flagged down a local Deputy who stopped the Client. Once stopped the Officers detected an odor of alcohol on the Client, that he had slurred speech, and empty bottles of Jim Beam in his vehicle. When the Officer’s made contact with the Client it took him three tries to get his keys out of the ignition. Before he began to do the roadside sobriety exercises the client stated his chest hurt and that he was having trouble breathing. The Client was then transported to the hospital. While at the hospital the Client was asked to submit to a blood test, which he consented to. Once the blood sample was tested it was discovered that the Client had a blood alcohol content of .294. The Client was charged with a second offense DUI with enhanced blood alcohol levels. The Firm immediately noticed that the blood sample was taken illegally and deposed the officer in question. The Firm then showed the State Attorney’s office what it had discovered with regards to the illegal blood draw and, after extensive negotiating, the State agreed to dismiss the DUI.

The Facts

Date: 05/01/2017

Case #: CT######

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DUI

The Results

The Client was observed by law enforcement running a red light and speeding. After the Client’s vehicle was stopped the officer noticed indicators of impairment, such as the smell of alcohol and confusion on the Client’s part. The Client performed field sobriety exercises poorly and as a result the Officer arrested him for DUI. Once at the breath alcohol testing facility the Client gave a breath sample that was barely over the legal limit. The Firm took the case to the Assistant State Attorney and discussed the issues with the case, including the barely over the limit issue, and the lack of the Client’s prior record. The State then agreed to dismiss the DUI charge.

The Facts

Date: 04/24/2017

Case #: 2017#####65

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DUI

The Results

The client was pulled over after speeding 30 mph over the speed limit. Upon being pulled over, the officer noticed the client had an open can of beer that was cold to the touch, had slurred speech, an odor of alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and blood shot eyes. The officer claimed our client performed poorly on the field exercises and refused to provide a breath sample. Once hired, the attorney investigated the case and located a video that captured the client requesting for a Spanish speaking officer on numerous occasions. The officer ignored his requests. The Firm set the case for trial. On the day of trial, the State agreed to resolve the case to a Reckless Driving and dismiss the speeding ticket.

The Facts

Date: 04/22/2017

Case #: 2016ct*******

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DUI

The Results

The client was charged with DUI after she sideswiped another vehicle and then totaled her own vehicle. The client then hired the Firm to represent her with respect to her case. The firm investigated the case and discovered that the officers drew blood that revealed various intoxicants in her system, including controlled substances. The firm also discovered, after extensive investigation, that the officer improperly requested the blood of the client. After discussions with the State Attorney, and after filing a motion to suppress the evidence, the State agreed to dismiss the DUI charge.

The Facts

Date: 04/20/2017

Case #: 2016mm#####

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Possession of Cannabis / Drug Paraphernalia

The Results

The client was stopped by the officer for speeding. The officer noticed a smell of marijuana in the vehicle. The officer searched the vehicle and found marijuana. The Officer then issued the client a notice to appear in court. The client hired the firm to go to court for his upcoming court date. However, no court date was held within the time-frame of speedy trial. The firm investigated the matter, and discovered that pursuant to the law, the case should be dismissed right away. A motion was filed with the court and within a week the case was dismissed.

The Facts

Date: 04/12/2017

Case #: 18**323

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Reckless Driving

The Results

Officer testified in trial that he was alerted to our client because he had peeled out of a parking lot. The officer further testified he witnessed our client driving at a high rate of speed and running through three stop signs in a residential neighborhood. The officer said that given the driving pattern he witnessed, he had no choice but to ticket our client for reckless driving. On cross examination, Ticket Clinic attorneys established that the incident occurred at approximately 3:00AM, that there were no other cars on the road and that there were no pedestrians on the road. Ticket Clinic attorneys argued there was no way these facts amounted to a reckless driving. The reckless driving charge was dropped.

The Facts

Date: 04/04/2017

Case #: 15-########0A

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DUI

The Results

Our client was stopped by the police for swerving through several lanes of traffic. The officers claimed that they smelled alcohol on our clients breath. Our client performed poorly on several field sobriety exercises and was arrested. The police requested a breath sample and the client refused. We prepared the case and on the day of trial the DUI charge was dropped.

The Facts

Date: 04/04/2017

Case #: 16##########10A

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DUI

The Results

Our client was involved in a minor accident. She and the other driver pulled into a gas station and the other driver requested money from our client. Our client refused to pay so the other driver called the police and claimed that our client was under the influence of alcohol. Our client performed field sobriety exercises but refused to provide a breath or blood sample and was arrested for DUI. We prepared the case and on the day of trial the DUI charge was dropped.

The Facts

Date: 04/03/2017

Case #: 18**612

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DUI

The Results

Police respond to the scene of a 4 car accident that our client is accused of having caused. Our client was further accused of having attempted to leave the scene of that accident but was prevented from doing so by a citizen who essentially effectuated a citizens arrest. When the police arrived they conducted an accident investigation. During that investigation the police claimed to have noticed signs of impairment from our client and proceeded to conduct a DUI investigation. Our client is said to have failed the field sobriety exercises and was arrested. At the police station our client refused to give a breath sample after multiple requests by the police. Ticket Clinic attorneys were able to emphasize several problems with both the accident and DUI investigations. That coupled with our clients refusal enabled Ticket Clinic attorneys to successfully convince the prosecutor to dismiss all charges.

The Facts

Date: 03/28/2017

Case #: 2017-XXXXXXXXX

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Driving While License Suspended

The Results

Our client was arrested for Driving while License Suspended. He went to court without a lawyer and resolved his case by entering a plea. That plea resulted in the client becoming an Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) and he was going to lose his license for 5 years. Before the HTO suspension took effect, the client retained our law firm. We prepared a motion to vacate the plea, which was granted. Ultimately, we were able to resolve the case so that the HTO suspension was erased and the the client was able to continue driving legally!

The Facts

Date: 03/27/2017

Case #: 17**907

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DUI

The Results

On November 11, 2016, Miami-Dade Police (MDP) responded to an accident where our client is accused of having crashed into a security gate when exiting a parking garage. MDP claimed our client had bloodshot eyes, smell of alcohol coming from his breath and slurred speech. MDP conducted field sobriety exercises and claimed that our client failed to perform the exercises to their standards. This failure resulted in our client being arrested and taken to the police station where he refused to provide a breath sample. Ticket Clinic attorneys were able demonstrate evidentiary problems with the states case as it pertained to their witnesses and what they may or may not have seen. That coupled with the clients refusal to provide a breath sample enabled Ticket Clinic attorneys to successfully convince the prosecutor to dismiss all charges

The Facts

Date: 03/27/2017

Case #: 2015MM*******

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DUI

The Results

The Client was initially stopped for speeding by law enforcement. Once stopped the Officer noticed an odor of alcohol an slurred speech. The Officer conducted a DUI investigation and then arrested the Defendant for DUI, at which point they offered the Client to provide a breath sample, which she refused. The Firm began investigating the case and discovered that the Officer involved made several statements about the condition of the Client’s impairment that turned out not to be true when the video was examined. After speaking with the Assistant State Attorney, they agreed to dismiss the DUI.

What Our Clients Are Saying…

"As a young college student, being charged with a DUI was one of the scariest things I have had to deal with. The Ticket Clinic was able to get my case together quickly and get me the best deal I could have asked for. The DUI charges were dropped. The Ticket Clinic was able to put me at ease during one of the hardest times of my life." Sinead -     "The Ticket Clinic was professional and in constant contact with me from the first phone called, until the case was closed. To make a long story short, I was not convicted of a DUI - since then, I referred a friend to the Ticket Clinic." Richard -     "I was faced with a DUI. Most people fear jail, but I heard that it would ruin my record for life. This can cost you a job, credit, relationships. The more we are an online world the more your record is available to the public - a DUI stays forever. The Ticket Clinic didn’t settle, but successfully defended my DUI case. They are the only ones I would trust confidently with a serious matter." Dave -     "I was face with an unjust DUI and called The Ticket Clinic to represent me. I was never faced with such a serious situation before. TTC’s professionalism, confidence and knowledge put me at ease, knowing I was in good hands. As I went through this ordeal, TTC was on top of everything and brought this to closure quite quickly. TTC has also helped me find a lawyer in another state for a friend in a similar situation. I highly recommend The Ticket Clinic!" Scott -     "I was facing a DUI charge but TTC got my charges dismissed, even though I submitted to a breath test! I would recommend them to anyone facing a DUI. Thank you again for everything." Kiersen -     "I was pleased to receive your letter of February 21, 2017 advising me that all charges against me were dismissed by the Court. I am very pleased how the Ticket Clinic handled my case. I definitely will recommend the Ticket Clinic to friends and neighbors should they be issued a traffic ticket. Many thanks again for solving my problem." Wolfgang H. -