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The Facts

Date: 02/17/2021

Case #: Reckless Driving | Case # 16-2021-CT-000XXX

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Reckless Driving

The Results

At 2am, our client drove to a vacant parking lot and decided to have some fun with his rental car, showing off to his friend.  It did not end well, our client lost control of his rental car and launched it over a curb and drove it into a retention pond.  Police arrived to see a submerged car and two wet people standing next to the vehicle.  Officers interviewed our client and his friend.  Our client was charged with Reckless driving.  Our attorney filed motions to suppress the statements of the driver based upon the accident report privilege.  He also argued that no one could place our client behind the wheel of the car.  The case was set for trial.  However the prosecutor was convinced by the arguments of our attorney and dismissed the charges.

The Facts

Date: 02/12/2021

Case #: 2019CT****1* | Martin County DUI Lawyer

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DUI

The Results

The client was pulled over allegedly for speeding.  The officer reported the client had an odor of alcoholic beverage from his breath, had bloodshot eyes and admitted to drinking 3 alcoholic beverages.  The client stated he was coming from a wedding reception and had an open container in the car.  The officer reported the client performed poorly on the roadside tasks.  The client was arrested and later refused the breath test.  After preparing the case, counsel set the case for trial.  On the eve of trial the prosecutor proposed a settlement offer of to a lessor of Reckless Driving which the client accepted.

The Facts

Date: 02/10/2021

Case #: 19-007***MU10A | All Charges Dropped | DUI with Property Damage

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DUI

The Results

Our client was arrested for DUI after being involved in a single car crash with a light pole. When police arrived, our client was in the back seat of the car, but another person on scene identified her as the driver of the car. While dazed, our client admitted to being the driver of the car. Ticket Clinic lawyers reviewed the evidence , using GPS tracking and blood splatter evidence from the steering wheel , convinced the State Attorney's Office, that the "witness" at the scene of the crash was the actual driver of the car and that he had lied to save himself. As a result of this work by Ticket Clinic lawyers, the State dropped all charges against our client.

The Facts

Date: 02/10/2021

Case #: 2019CT****9 | Okeechobee County DUI Lawyer

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DUI

The Results

The client was pulled over after revving his engine, spinning his tires and drifting in an intersection.  The client admitted to the officer he was showing off for a girl in a passing vehicle.  He also admitted to just coming from a local bar where he consumed 2 drinks. The officer reported the client performed poorly on the roadside tests.  The client was arrested and later refused the breath test.  After preparing the case, counsel set the case for trial.  On the day of trial the prosecutor proposed a settlement offer of to a lessor of Reckless Driving which the client accepted.

The Facts

Date: 02/08/2021

Case #: Case #105XXX MXXL | Dismissed | Resisting an Officer without Violence

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Resisting an Officer or Arrest

The Results

Our client was charged with Resisting an officer without violence.  He was driving 85 mph in a 55 mph zone.  His radar detector alerted him to the deputy's radar gun.  Our client suddenly braked to a stop, prior to reaching the location of the deputy.  Our client got out of his car.  The deputy told our client to return to his vehicle.  Our client said that he ran out of gas.  But he had just passed a gas station.  Our client refused to return to his vehicle.  The deputy asked him again to return to his vehicle.  Our client again refused to return to his vehicle and told the cop to take him to jail.  Our client was arrested and charged with resisting.  After reading the attorney's arguments, the prosecutor dismissed the criminal charge against our client.  Case dismissed.

The Facts

Date: 02/05/2021

Case #: Case 20-CT-**** | Reckless Driving | Criminal Traffic Lawyers

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Reckless Driving

The Results

Our client, who was 19 years old, was charged criminally with Reckless Driving. Ticket Clinic attorneys researched the case thoroughly, and presented compelling case law to the prosecutor.  We proved that the state would be unable to establish the criminal charge in court based on the facts of the case. The state agreed and dropped the criminal charge.

The Facts

Date: 02/05/2021

Case #: Case 20-CF-**** | Possession of Cocaine | Drug Possession Lawyers

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Felony Drug Possession

The Results

Our client was charged with Possession of Cocaine, which stemmed from a traffic stop. After being retained, Ticket Clinic lawyers began investigating the case and began negotiations with the prosecuting attorney.  Ultimately, our client was required to complete a 4 hour drug awareness course, but the State agreed to dismiss the criminal charge, keeping this charge off of our client's record and preventing any mandatory driver license suspension.

The Facts

Date: 02/04/2021

Case #: 20-005***MU10A | Case Dropped | DUI with Property Damage

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DUI

The Results

On the night before his 21st birthday, our client allegedly made an illegal left turn without yielding to oncoming traffic.  Ticket Clinic lawyers reviewed the evidence against our client, investigated the case thoroughly and convinced the State Attorney to drop the DUI charge. Our client, who was young, preserved his driving record and avoided the DUI conviction.

The Facts

Date: 02/03/2021

Case #: Case 20-004***CF10A – Felony Driving While License Suspended – Criminal Traffic Lawyers

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Driving While License Suspended

The Results

Our client was charged with Felony DWLS, as an Habitual Traffic Offender, facing 5 years in Florida State prison. Ticket Clinic lawyers reviewed the evidence against him and convinced the State Attorney to drop the Felony charge. Ultimately, the client was not convicted of any crime and avoided prison.

The Facts

Date: 02/03/2021

Case #: DUI Case Dismissal | Case: 2020-CT-000XXX | Marion County DUI Lawyer

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DUI

The Results

Our client was charged with his second dui with children as passengers.  Our client was stopped for weaving in his lane and crossing the double yellow line, with several near-miss accidents.  Our client was pulled over and officers found marijuana in the car.  There was marijuana shake our client.  Our client admitted to smoking marijuana in the car as he drove.   He had he three kids in the car, aged 9, 4, and 2.  His urine tested positive for THC.  A certified Drug Recognition Expert evaluated our client.  He found that our client was impaired at the time of his driving.  Motions to suppress were filed.  The hearing was set.  After reading the motions and the attorney's arguments, the prosecutor dismissed the charge against our client.  Case dismissed.

The Facts

Date: 01/19/2021

Case #: 2019CT####### | Palm Beach DUI Lawyer

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DUI

The Results

The Client was charged with DUI after he allegedly rear ended another car in the drive thru at a local taco bell. The Police then arrived on scene and did a DUI investigation. After the Client performed poorly on the sobriety exercises he was subsequently arrested and charged with his second DUI within a period of five years. The State offered at least 60 days in jail and a five year license suspension, among other penalties, to resolve the case. The Firm investigated the case and discovered that there was no damage to the alleged victim’s car, which indicated there may not be an accident at all. Because of this fact the Firm and the State tried to jointly speak with the alleged victim, but were unable to locate the alleged victim. Because of this evidentiary problem the State agreed with the Firm’s assertion that the DUI should be dismissed, and subsequently dropped the DUI.

The Facts

Date: 01/11/2021

Case #: Prostitution Case Win | 2019-MM-**** | Orange County Criminal Lawyer

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Solicitation of Prostitution

The Results

Client was charged with prostitution after an investigation into a website. Charges were brought directly by the State against her. From the outset, our office attempted to show the State that they couldn't prove the charge due to a lack of evidence. After a year of working the case, researching the issues, and conducting a deposition of the officer, our attorney finally proved to the State that they could not prove the charge, and the State dropped the case against our client.

The Facts

Date: 01/04/2021

Case #: Racing on Highway Case Dismissed | Duval County Traffic Lawyer | Case 16-2020-CT-000XXX

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Racing

The Results

Our client was charged with Racing on Highway.  On a four lane highway, our client was stopped at a traffic signal.  Beside our client in an adjacent lane, a vehicle revved its engine.  When the light turned green, both rapidly accelerated.  At the first court date, I argued that the elements of the crime could not be established beyond a reasonable doubt.  The State offered an adjudication and court costs.  I rejected the offer indicating that the State could not prove it.  The State offered a withhold of adjudication and court costs.  I rejected the offer on the basis that under Section 316.191(3)(a), Florida Statutes, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles must revoke an offender’s driving privileges for a minimum period of one year upon conviction, EVEN IF ADJUDICATION IS WITHHELD.  Not waiving speedy trial, the Judge set it for a trial, for the following month.  After providing case law to the prosecutor regarding what must be proven on a charge of Racing on Highway, the case was dismissed.

The Facts

Date: 12/24/2020

Case #: 2019CT####6## | DUI Case Win

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DUI

The Results

The Client was involved in an accident and once police arrived on scene they noticed he seemed impaired.  The Officers weren’t sure if he was under the influence of controlled substances or alcohol, but after doing a brief investigation they observed an odor of alcohol and the Client admitted to taking various controlled substances.  Law enforcement got a urine same which then confirmed the controlled substances.  The Firm was hired and began negotiating with the State Attorney’s Office which did not want to dismiss the DUI without suspending the Client’s license.  The Firm pointed out that the Client was extremely cooperative and also had no prior criminal history and was only on the medication for strictly medical reasons, and an expert may be able to testify that the Client didn’t feel much of an impairment effect from said medications.  The State eventually agreed and dismissed the DUI without requiring the Client’s license to be suspended.

The Facts

Date: 12/23/2020

Case #: Case 2019CT####### DUI | Palm Beach DUI Lawyer

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DUI

The Results

The Client’s car was witnessed by law enforcement jumping a curb and then hitting a street sign.  The Client then immediately left the crash scene in his vehicle.  The police quickly stopped his vehicle.  Once the crash investigation began the Officer noticed that the Client had indicators of impairment.  Those indicators of impairment led the Officer to conduct a DUI investigation.  Two sobriety exercises were conducted and the Officer stopped the exercises and arrested the Client.  The Client then refused to submit to a breath sample.  The Firm was hired to handle the case       and, because of the nature of the case, the State wasn’t agreeing to dismiss the DUI based on the accident involved.  The Firm had numerous conversations with the State that highlighted the fact that absent the hitting of the street sign there wasn’t enough information to show the Client was impaired.  This fact, coupled with the facts that the Client refused to give a breath sample, and the Client had no prior history, convinced the State attorney to dismiss the DUI charge.

The Facts

Date: 12/18/2020

Case #: DUI & Criminal Win | Case 2020CT000XX3 | Resisting Officer Without Violence

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DUI

The Results

911 was called for a disabled vehicle at a traffic light.  It was 7 pm and dark outside.  The Driver was seen sleeping at the wheel and would not wake up despite yelling and knocking on his window by the 911 caller.  The vehicle remained at the light through at least 3 light cycles.  A PSLPD Officer spotted the car in question and as soon as he got behind it, it veered quickly and abnormally off the road into an adjacent parking lot where it parked across 3 parking spaces, parking crooked.  The driver fumbled for documents and could not find registration or insurance.  The Officer smelled a heavy odor of alcohol emanating from the driver's mouth as he spoke with slurred speech.  An open beer was observed in the center console and the driver was the sole occupant of the vehicle.  As the driver exited the car, he stumbled and needed to use the car for balance.  Driver refused roadside FSEs and the breath test.  On the way to the jail the driver said, "I f**ked up," and urinated in the back of the police car.  He was charged with Resisting Officer without Violence for purportedly putting his hands from the back of his body to the front of his body while handcuffed and seatbelted in the back of the patrol car.  Jury found him Not Guilty of both charges.

The Facts

Date: 12/14/2020

Case #: DUI Attorney Win | Case 2020CT-000XXX

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DUI

The Results

Our client was charged with her Third DUI and Prior refusal to submit to a breath test.     Our client ran a stop sign and nearly caused a crash involving a Sheriff Deputy.  At the DHSMV hearing, her license suspension was overturned based upon the Attorney's argument of no odor of alcohol existing at the time of the traffic stop.  At the first motion to suppress, the same argument was made, however the Judge viewed the body camera video recording and noticed more indicators of impairment than the officers testified to and denied the motion to suppress.   A second motion to suppress was filed based upon the excessive length of detention, prior to conducting a DUI investigation.  In this case, our client had to wait for 40 minutes prior to be subjected to a DUI investigation.   The Judge sided with the defense and said that 40 minutes is too long to wait.  The Judge granted the motion to suppress.  The prosecutor dismissed the case.

The Facts

Date: 12/08/2020

Case #: Case 2019CT#####9 | DUI Case Win

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DUI

The Results

The Client was stopped for driving 20 miles under the speed limit and driving all over the roadway.  Once stopped law enforcement began a DUI investigation and the Client was only able to do one exercise before saying he was too nervous to do the exercises, and refused to attempt any further exercises.  The Client was then arrested for DUI and transported to jail where he refused to give a breath sample.  The Firm discussed the case with the State and focused on the issue that not only was the stop of the Client’s vehicle a somewhat weak reason, but there wasn’t a lot of additional evidence to suggest impairment.  The State agreed and dismissed the DUI.