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The Facts

Date: 01/10/2020

Case #: 2019MM****

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Battery

The Results

On August 21, 2019 The police were dispatched to a residence stating there had been a physical altercation. Upon arrival the Officers took witness' statements our client was then placed under arrest. After we challenged the evidence, we were able to bring our client justice. The charge was dropped with the State.

The Facts

Date: 01/06/2020

Case #: 2*1***********7

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Driving While License Suspended

The Results

Minor client charged for the first time ever with a criminal driving while license suspended, after the DHSMV had suspended their license in error. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were able to prove to the Office of the State Attorney that the client’s license should not have been suspended in the first place and all charges were dropped.

The Facts

Date: 01/03/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

The Client was charged with Driving Under the Influence after he was involved in a crash on the interstate. During treatment by EMTs, the trooper requested medical blood be drawn to determine the alcohol content and the Client consented. The submitted blood samples results were .161 and .161 BAC, over twice the legal limit. The Ticket Clinic Attorney fought the case by filing motions to suppress the blood samples. The State’s evidence was successfully attacked and they were forced to amend the charge to Reckless Driving.

The Facts

Date: 12/16/2019

Case #: 20************5

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DUI

The Results

Client was found by the police asleep at a red light after multiple people called 911. The client was investigated for driving under the influence and performed standard field sobriety exercises. The police arrested the client and subsequently found a flask of alcohol in the client’s vehicle. The client refused to submit to a breath test. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys took the client’s case to trial and through the use of medical records and by pointing out numerous flaws throughout the course of the investigation, were able to convince the jury to find the client NOT GUILTY.

The Facts

Date: 12/13/2019

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

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DUI

The Results

A stop was conducted on our client's vehicle for traveling 70 mph in a 50 mph zone. The Deputy observed an odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the driver and observed signs of impairment. A DUI investigator was called to the scene. The DUI Deputy requested the Defendant perform field sobriety exercises, which the Defendant agreed to do. During the exercises, multiple indicators of impairment were observed and the Defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant refused to submit to a breath test after being arrested. The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issued a 12 month suspension of the Defendant's license based on the refusal.
Results: The firm filed a formal review request with the DHSMV and after the review hearing, the 12 month suspension was set aside based on insufficient evidence to support the suspension.

The Facts

Date: 12/12/2019

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

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Leaving the Scene of an Accident

The Results

The Client was driving on his way home from a night out when an animal ran in front of his vehicle. The Client swerved to miss the animal and as a result hit a utility pole. The collision caused significant damage to his truck and the pole. The power to the entire area was knocked out as a result. The Client then backed up his vehicle to see the damage and proceeded to park his vehicle alongside the road as his home was very close. Bystanders that witnessed the accident claimed that he was trying to flee the scene. Law enforcement arrived and charged him with leaving the scene of an accident. The Firm argued that the Client lived very close so it wasn’t logical that he was trying to flee. In addition the Client’s vehicle was so badly damaged that it wasn’t possible for him to flee. The firm also argued that the extensive damage that the Client caused to the utility pole would have to be handled in a civil matter and not in a criminal restitution hearing as the damage was not the result of criminal activity. The State eventually agreed and dismissed all charges.

The Facts

Date: 12/09/2019

Case #: 20#############

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DUI

The Results

The Client was stopped while driving his scooter because he was weaving and failed to stop for a red light. Once stopped it appeared to the Officer that the Client had been drinking because he had an odor of alcohol, had slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet. The Client admitted drinking and to using various drugs. The Client asked to simply park the scooter and go on his way. The Officer initiated a DUI investigation and subsequently arrested the Client for DUI. At the jail the Client refused to provide a breath sample. The Firm investigated the case and discovered that the Client, who was a person of advanced age, had several medical conditions that could contribute to the belief that he was impaired by alcohol, when in fact he was actually simply disabled. The Firm expressed this opinion to the State Attorney in the matter, who was reluctant to drop the DUI as the Client had a previous DUI in another State. However, after months of negotiations the State agreed to dismiss the DUI

The Facts

Date: 11/27/2019

Case #: 20*************X*

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DUI

The Results

A trooper with the Florida Highway Patrol observed a vehicle occupied by our client facing in the wrong direction of traffic and pushed up against another car. Upon approaching our client, the trooper noticed that he seemed dazed and confused and his speech was mumbled and slurred. The trooper could also detect an odor alcohol and noted that our client’s eyes were glassy and bloodshot. The trooper subsequently arrested our client and charged him with Driving Under the Influence, Willful Refusal to Sign a Citation and Careless Driving. After hiring The Ticket Clinic, the DUI charge and Willful Refusal to Sign Citation charges were dismissed by the State Attorney. The Careless Driving citation proceeded to a trial date where the court ultimately dismissed it.

The Facts

Date: 11/26/2019

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

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DUI

The Results

The Client was charged with a DUI and DWLS after he left a local bar, drove his motorcycle, swerving and entering the opposing lane of traffic. His driver’s license had been suspended for several years. Body camera video indicated that our client stumbled as he walked and exhibited orbital sway during field sobriety exercises. He submitted samples of his breath with a result of .202 and .238 BAC, over twice the legal limit. The Ticket Clinic Attorney fought the case by filing motions to suppress the FSEs, breath samples and the audio. The State’s evidence was successfully attacked and they were forced to amend the charge to Reckless Driving.

The Facts

Date: 11/18/2019

Case #: 2****-****-*****-A

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DUI

The Results

While driving down the road the client had a blow-out resulting in damage to his vehicle and the police being called to investigate. The responding officer was a "Drug Recognition Expert" (DRE) that specializes in impaired driving cases. The officer believed the client was intoxicated, he urinated in his pants, performed poorly on the roadside sobriety tests and blew almost double the legal limit. Initially The Ticket Clinic Attorney was able to get the client into a Pre-Trial Diversion program that results in the dismissal of the charge. However, a supervisor at the State Attorney's Office reviewed the case they determined that the facts were too egregious to qualify for diversion. The Ticket Clinic Attorney continued the fight filing a Motion to Suppress. After the arguments the Judge held that the arrest was unconstitutional and excluded all of the post arrest statements, observations, and evidence. The Ticket Clinic Attorney attempted to negotiate with the State to get them to drop the DUI charge and offer a Reckless Driving based upon the client’s lack of criminal history. They Refused. The case was set for trial. The Ticket Clinic Attorney was able to capitalize on mistakes made by the State and the expert officer was not able to be declared an expert in trial. After a full day trial including a civilian witness that stated the Client "was so drunk he fell down 3-4 times". The jury came back unanimously Not Guilty.

The Facts

Date: 11/15/2019

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

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DUI

The Results

Law Enforcement found the client asleep in the driver seat of their car with the keys ignition. After observing that the client showed signs of impairment by alcohol, law enforcement proceeded to investigate the client for a DUI. After performing badly on field sobriety exercises the client was arrested and submitted to a breath alcohol test, resulting in two samples of .290 and .297. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys took the case to trial and asserted a defense that the vehicle was not operable by introducing evidence that the vehicle had to be towed from the police impound, testimony from the client’s friend an amateur mechanic who inspected the car, and the client’s own testimony that the vehicle had broken down the day before and that he was drinking and waiting for a tow truck. The State failed to provide any evidence that the vehicle was working as it was never tested or inspected by law enforcement. The Jury agreed with The Ticket Clinic Attorneys that the State failed to prove their case and issued a verdict of NOT GUILTY.

The Facts

Date: 11/14/2019

Case #: 20**-**-****4

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DUI

The Results

Our client was stopped for failing to maintain his lane, making a wide turn and for failing to stop behind the stop bar. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer noticed that our client was sweating, had the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and noticed that his eyes were glassy and watery. The Defendant made an admission that the officer thought established some level of impairment. The driver also admitted to drinking alcohol that evening. After roadside exercises were performed on video, the officer arrested our client for DUI. A breath test was taken and the results were .079 and .077, 3 hours after the admitted time of drinking and 2 hours after the time of driving. Once retained, Ticket Clinic lawyers filed a Motion for Speedy Trial. The case was set for trial, and a jury was selected. After a 1.5 day jury trail, the jury returned with a verdict of NOT GUILTY.

The Facts

Date: 11/07/2019

Case #: 20**ct*******

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DUI

The Results

The Client was charged with a DUI after he was discovered in his vehicle after a major crash. He seemed extremely disoriented and impaired and was transported to the hospital. Once at the hospital both law enforcement and the hospital did a blood sample and a toxicology screen for drugs. The law enforcement screen indicated numerous controlled substances such as heroin and fentanyl. However the hospital toxicology screen did not show those results. The firm pointed this issue out to the State and argued that the DUI should be dismissed. The State agreed and dropped the DUI.

The Facts

Date: 11/06/2019

Case #: 2*************X

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DUI

The Results

A police officer responded to a call from a manager of a restaurant that one if its customers, had driven away from the restaurant and was intoxicated. Upon locating seeing the car, the officer conducted a traffic stop. The officer noticed that the client had slurred speech, an odor of alcohol on his breath, and glassy and bloodshot eyes. While performing the roadside exercises, the officer noted the client was swaying, lost his balance and failed to complete the exercises as instructed. The Client was arrested and submitted a breath sample that was over twice the legal limit. The DUI was ultimately dropped after The Ticket Clinic worked out a reduced charge of Reckless Driving, which prevented the client from receiving criminal conviction for DUI and avoided the mandatory driver’s license suspension that occurs with a DUI conviction.

The Facts

Date: 10/31/2019

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

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DUI

The Results

A deputy observed our client with a defective tag light, swerving and straddling the dash lines of a roadway for 2/10 of a mile. Upon initiating a traffic stop, the deputy noticed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage and marijuana emanating from the client's car. The deputy later found a cold open can of beer and a bag of marijuana behind the driver’s seat. The deputy claimed our client performed poorly on roadside exercises and arrested her for DUI and Possession of Marijuana. Our client provided breath samples in the Intoxilyzer of .082 and .083. Once the Firm was hired, the attorney persuaded the prosecutor to dismiss the Possession of Marijuana charge, but the prosecutor would not budge on the DUI caharge seeking a conviction and stiff penalties. The attorney took the DUI charge to trial. A jury took merely 15 minutes to deliberate and concluded the evidence was unreliable and inaccurate. All charges completely DISMISSED!

The Facts

Date: 10/30/2019

Case #: 2***********4

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Attaching Tag Not Assigned

The Results

The client was charged with attaching a license plate to his trailer which was assigned to a different trailer, when they accidentally provided law enforcement with the wrong trailer registration. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were able to establish that the client possessed two trailers, both of which were validly registered and licensed at the time of the alleged offense and all criminal charges against the client were dropped without the client ever having to come to court.

The Facts

Date: 10/30/2019

Case #: 2*************4

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Driving With an Invalid License

The Results

The client was lawfully driving in Florida in possession of their drivers’ license from another country, when they were wrongfully arrested for driving without a license. Unfortunately, the client missed a court date and a warrant was issued for their arrest. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were not only able to have the warrant recalled, but also established that the client had not violated any law and all charges against the client were dropped without the client ever having to come to court.

The Facts

Date: 10/30/2019

Case #: 2**T***********

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DUI

The Results

The Client was charged with DUI after being stopped by law enforcement for an unknown reason. Once stopped, law enforcement stated they noticed signs of impairment. The Client agreed to do roadside sobriety exercises and performed well, but was still arrested for DUI. Once at the jail the Client refused to give a breath sample. After the State reviewed the facts and saw our initial filings in the case, the State dismissed the DUI.