Case #: 2021######## Driving Commercial Motor Vehicle Without CDL
The client was stopped for driving a rental truck that appeared to be a commercial motor vehicle because of its size. Once stopped , the Trooper noticed that the vehicle was over the legal weight for non-CDL drivers. The Client did not have a CDL and was charged criminally for driving a commercial motor vehicle without a CDL. The firm investigated the case and discovered that the Client intended on getting a smaller sized truck from the rental company. However, by accident, the Client was given a truck that was much larger than he requested. The Firm confirmed this by contacting the rental company’s lawyer and obtaining the rental paperwork, which showed a smaller truck was requested. The State agreed with the Firm’s position and dismissed all charges.