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The Facts

Date: 10/17/2019

Case #: 2************1

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Felony Drug Possession

The Results

Law enforcement responded to a call about a person sleeping in their car in a parking lot. While attempting to wake the driver, a vape pen was discovered in the drivers' side door. A field test revealed the presence of cannabis oil, which was later confirmed by the lab. After being retained, Ticket Clinic lawyers filed a Motion, challenging the actions of the police. After fierce negotiations, the State agreed that their officers' action violated certain constitutional rights of our client. All charges were dropped, without our client ever having to appear in court!

The Facts

Date: 10/16/2019

Case #: 2*******-*****8

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Accident/Fatality

The Results

Our client, who is a commercial driver (CDL) was rear ended, which resulted in the death of the other driver. After being retained, Ticket Clinic lawyers went to work on the case, investigating the details of the crash. Our client insisted that he was slowing for traffic ahead, and had no choice but to slow his tractor-trailer. Police disagreed and charged him with being the "at fault" driver for the fatal crash. Rejecting any plea agreements or resolutions of the case, we proceeded to trial. After a 1.5 hour-long trial, our client was found to be "not guilty". This win saved our client from receiving substantial fines, and more importantly a mandatory suspension of his commercial driver license, which directly impacted his ability to maintain his livelihood.

The Facts

Date: 10/08/2019

Case #: 2****CT****

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Reckless Driving

The Results

Our client was observed by Florida Highway Patrol traveling 110 mph and weaving in/out of traffic. The speed was confirmed by a Stalker Laser measuring device. After being retained, Ticket Clinic lawyers got to work on the case. We were able to demonstrate and convince the State Attorney assigned to the case that the speed and weaving did not rise to the level of a criminal charge. The State agreed and the criminal charge was dismissed.

The Facts

Date: 10/07/2019

Case #: 20*********6**

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DUI

The Results

Our client was arrested for DUI, after coming into contact with a Police Officer who was a DRE (Drug Recognition Expert). The DRE concluded that our client was high on drugs. In reality, our client suffers from severe anxiety, in which symptoms mimic those of someone impaired by controlled substances. The State Attorney's office offered to reduce the DUI charge to a Reckless Driving charge, which was declined. Armed with a negative urine test, Ticket Clinic attorneys aggressively pushed forward with preparing the case for trial. On the eve of trial, the State dropped all charges.

The Facts

Date: 09/16/2019

Case #: 19*********5

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DUI

The Results

Our client was already on probation for a criminal case, where he was represented by another law firm. While on probation, he was involved in an accident. Our client was unresponsive and slumped over the steering wheel. EMS was called, our client was transported to the hospital and he submitted to a urine test which showed the presence of drugs in his system. Originally, the State was seeking 9 months in jail for the Violation of Probation. Ticket Clinic attorneys filed a Motion for Speedy Trial on the DUI, which forced the State to drop the DUI charge. Then, the State agreed to drop their request for jail for the Violation of Probation, and our client was given "time served" for the VOP.

The Facts

Date: 09/12/2019

Case #: 18********1

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Felony Drug Possession

The Results

Our client was driving his car and a police officer noticed that his car was swerving across the lane markers. A traffic stop was initiated based on this repeated driving pattern. The officer quickly learned that our client's driver license was suspended. Our client was arrested and during the search incident to arrest, a vape pen was discovered (felony charge). The Ticket Clinic attorney began investigating the case and deposing the officer involved. During that deposition critical information was obtained about the legality of the stop of our client's car. A Motion to Suppress was filed, and we argued that the stop of the car was unlawful. The Circuit Court Judge agreed, forcing the State to drop the entire criminal case.

The Facts

Date: 08/27/2019

Case #: 19-**********A

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DUI

The Results

Our client was found asleep in the driver's seat of his car with the engine running. After the officer work him up, our client put his car in drive and attempted to leave. He was stopped and asked to exit exit his car. He was arrested for DUI. Following his arrest, our client provided a breath test, which registered .142. Ticket Clinic lawyers filed a Motion to Suppress, alleging that the officer did not have reasonable suspicion of DUI necessary to stop our client. The Court granted our Motion, and all charges were dismissed.

The Facts

Date: 08/26/2019

Case #: 19****************CT

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DUI

The Results

For a DUI in Florida, in addition to impairment, the State must also prove a person was driving or in actual physical control. An officer alleged the client, who appeared intoxicated, was coming out of his truck at an apartment complex as though he had just arrived after driving. The client admitted that although he was intoxicated he did not drive and never intended to. In exploring that matter the attorney located a neighbor who told us that she knocked on the apartment door of the client to warn him to roll up his truck windows because of the pending rain moments before the police officer made contact with the client. The attorney prepared the case for trial, not accepting any possible lessors. All charges dismissed.

The Facts

Date: 08/19/2019

Case #: 19cxxxxxxxxxxx

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Traffic Violation

The Results

On February 26, 2019 Florida Highway Patrol Trooper arrived at an accident scene. Upon speaking with the parties involved in the accident, it was determined that the Defendant had traveled from the eastbound turn lane into the already occupied eastbound left lane causing the accident. The Defendant denied changing lanes, however dash camera from another vehicle captured the accident. The dash camera showed the Defendant merging into the occupied lane causing the accident. Based on the dash camera footage, the Defendant was charged with Giving false information during a crash investigation in violation of Florida Statute 316.067. The firm filed a motion to suppress and prior to the motion hearing, the State dismissed the case.

The Facts

Date: 08/19/2019

Case #: 2019CF********2

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Leaving the Scene of an Accident

The Results

Client arrived at their home driving their car to find damage to the vehicle that they could not remember happening. Minutes later, law enforcement arrived at the home and accused the client of knowingly leaving the scene of an accident resulting in an injury. The client had previously been diagnosed with epilepsy and believed that they must have had a seizure while driving their car and therefore had no memory of the accident. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were hired on the case and all criminal charges were dropped, without the client ever having to attend court.

The Facts

Date: 08/09/2019

Case #: 2*************0

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Reckless Driving

The Results

Our client was pulled over for "failure to maintain a single lane," and eventually arrested for Driving Under the Influence with a breath alcohol level over .150. Our client provided two valid breath samples of .151/.151. The State was forced to drop all of the charges after the Court granted our Motion to Suppress the evidence gained as a result of the unlawful traffic stop.

The Facts

Date: 08/09/2019

Case #: 2*********1

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DUI

The Results

Our client was pulled over and arrested for Driving Under the Influence. The arresting officer, a Drug Recognition Expert, opined that our client was under the influence of a controlled substance. We successfully attacked the State's evidence until they were forced to amend the charge to Reckless Driving.

The Facts

Date: 08/09/2019

Case #: 2***********3

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DUI

The Results

Our client was stopped for speeding and eventually arrested for Driving Under the Influence. We were able to successfully negotiate with the State Attorney's office and our client's charges were reduced to Reckless Driving.

The Facts

Date: 08/09/2019

Case #: 2**************9

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Reckless Driving

The Results

Our client was stopped for careless driving and failure to maintain a single lane. After performing the field sobriety exercises, he was arrested for Driving Under the Influence. We were able to negotiate with the State Attorney's office and our client received a withhold of adjudication on the amended charge of Reckless Driving and our client is now in the process of having his criminal record sealed and expunged.

The Facts

Date: 08/01/2019

Case #: 2019*******2

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DUI

The Results

Our client was pulled over for speeding. The officer noted evidence of recent consumption of alcohol including beer bottles with cold liquid and containers with rum strewn throughout the inside of the car. The officer also noted our client smelled of alcohol, had bloodshot eyes and slow speech. The officer alleged our client performed poorly on the field sobriety exercises and later conducted a breath with a result of 0.111. The client was charged with his 3rd DUI, which if convicted, the punishment would involve lengthy incarceration and loss of drivers license. The attorney for the firm filed a motion to suppress recognizing that the officer had not conducted the exercises or the breath test in a manner that was lawful. Upon receiving the firm’s legal documents, the prosecutor offered a lesser of Reckless Driving with minor sanctions involving no jail or license suspension.

The Facts

Date: 07/12/2019

Case #: 2019********

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Improper Backing Resulting In Serious Bodily Injury

The Results

Client is a commercial semi-truck driver who was stopped across a roadway obstructing traffic when another driver crashed into the side of the Client’s trailer, resulting in catastrophic injuries. Law enforcement issued the Client a citation for improper backing resulting in serious bodily injury, putting the client’s employment at risk. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys contested the citation in a trial and got the citation completely dismissed by the Judge after arguing that the State had failed to prove their allegation.

The Facts

Date: 07/09/2019

Case #: 2019-CT-00****-*-*

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DUI

The Results

The client was pulled over for weaving. The officer noticed signs of impairment and subsequently requested my client perform roadside sobriety exercises. The Client was arrested and charged with this second offense DUI. When the Ticket Clinic attorney reviewed the case, the attorney elected to file a Motion to Suppress attempting to restrict the evidence the state could present in trial. On the date of the motion to suppress the State requested a last minute continuance – the cases were continued to another motion to suppress date. The day before the second motion to suppress the assistant state attorney reached out to the Ticket clinic attorney and offered to amend the charge to Reckless Driving. After discussing a strategy with the client we elected to turn down that offer and move forward with the suppression hearing. The client made a wise decision, on the morning the motion to suppress the State of Florida without explanation completely dropped the case.

The Facts

Date: 07/09/2019

Case #: 2018-CT-00****-*-*

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DUI

The Results

The client was involved in a traffic crash that resulted in his arrest for DUI with a .150 BrAC. After reviewing the case the Ticket Clinic Attorney filed a motion to suppress evidence based upon an illegal detention. In the days leading up to the Motion to Suppress additional information came forward that was favorable to the client. The attorney continued the case and rescheduled the hearing. The Ticket Clinic Attorney continued the investigation. During the investigation the State Attorney reached out and dropped the DUI charge.