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The Facts

Date: 02/24/2020

Case #: 20*****0*****X*

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Reckless Driving

The Results

A concerned motorist called the police after observing a vehicle driving all over the road and almost striking a pedestrian. An officer subsequently located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. Upon stopping the driver, the officer noted the driver was having difficulty keeping his eyes open, his pupils were constricted and he was swaying front to back. The officer had the driver perform filed sobriety exercises. During portions of the field sobriety exercises, the driver was swaying, hopping, leaning and using his arms for balance. The officer arrested the driver for driving under the influence and requested that he provide a breath and urine sample. The driver submitted to a breath test but refused to provide a urine sample. The driver then retained The Ticket Clinic for legal representation. The lawyers of The Ticket Clinic sent a pre-filing letter to the Palm Beach State Attorney’s Office explaining the weaknesses of the case. The State Attorney’s Office agreed that the driver should not be charged with Driving Under the Influence. The case was ultimately resolved without any criminal conviction on the driver’s record.

The Facts

Date: 02/20/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

An Officer responded to a call of a driver who was passed out behind the wheel of his pickup truck in the drive through lane of a fast food restaurant. Upon awakening the driver, the officer noticed that he had glassy and bloodshot eyes and that there were beer cans in the bed of the pickup truck. The driver initially made vague statements about where he was coming from and said he drank a few beers at a friend’s house. The officer also noted that the driver seemed sluggish and uncoordinated. Based on the officer’s observations, the officer asked the driver to perform roadside exercises to determine if he was impaired by alcohol. Upon exiting the vehicle to perform the exercises, the officer noted that the driver was unsteady on his feet and swaying. After performing poorly on the roadside exercises, including swaying and losing his balance, the driver was arrested for Driving Under the Influence. The driver submitted to a breath test, which showed that he was well-over the legal limit to drive. The driver then retained The Ticket Clinic to defend him on the DUI charge. Upon discussions with the State Attorney assigned to the case, the Driving Under the Influence charge was reduced to Reckless Driving and the client avoided a further license suspension and criminal conviction on his record.

The Facts

Date: 02/18/2020

Case #: 202**********

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DUI

The Results

The Client was charged with Driving Under the Influence above a .15 with property damage after he drove his beautiful Camaro into a telephone poll. The driver of the vehicle walked up hill to improve his cellphone service to call for help. A trooper arrived on scene and located the driver 1/2 mile up the road. The trooper observed all of the signs of impairment. Our client performed Field Sobriety Exercises, that were captured on video. The Client consented to a breath test. The client was taken to the hospital and cleared. Six hours after the accident, the client submitted a sample of his breath, .195 and .184 BAC. The Ticket Clinic Attorney fought the case by filing a motion to suppress based upon corpus delicti and staleness of the breath sample. The State’s evidence was successfully attacked and they were forced to reduce the charge to reckless driving with property damage, not-alcohol related.

The Facts

Date: 02/13/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

A concerned motorist contacted the police to report a driver of a pickup truck driving all over the road and unable to maintain his lane of travel on Interstate 95. An officer who happened to be driving on Interstate 95 observed the pickup truck failing to maintain his lane and, at one point, the pickup truck cut the officer off. After initiating a stop of the pickup truck on Interstate 95, a trooper with the Florida Highway Patrol was called to the scene to conduct an investigation. Upon approaching the vehicle, the trooper noticed a strong odor of alcohol on the driver’s breath and that the driver had glassy and bloodshot eyes and his speech was slurred. The driver admitted to drinking two alcoholic beverages. Believing that the driver may be impaired by alcohol, the trooper asked the driver to perform roadside exercises to determine if he was impaired. The driver performed poorly on the exercises including one exercise that had to be stopped because the driver was extremely unsteady on his feet. The trooper subsequently arrested the driver and requested that he submit to a breath test to which the driver refused. The driver was subsequently charged with Driving Under the Influence. After hiring The Ticket Clinic, the DUI charge was dismissed by the State Attorney and resolved to a Reckless Driving, which prevented the client from receiving a DUI conviction on his record and a further license suspension.

The Facts

Date: 02/13/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

The client was found sleeping in running car in the parking lot of a liquor store. A store employee found the client and called 911 to report the incident. The police responded to the scene and found the client in the car asleep with the car running. During the encounter the client admitted to drinking vodka out of the bottle, being on probation for DUI, and he was subsequently arrested for DUI. After the arrest the client blew - a .39 and .38 (almost five times the legal limit). The attorney moved to have the breath test results suppressed as evidence – After a long battle the Court denied the motion. The attorney then filed a Motion to Suppress attempting to preclude the state from using evidence against the Client in trial. At the conclusion of the hearing the court sided with the Ticket Clinic Attorney, the state had not met their burden and the stop of the Defendant was suppressed. Three days later the State dropped the charges.

The Facts

Date: 02/10/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

A trooper with the Florida Highway Patrol conducted a traffic stop on Interstate 95 after he observed a vehicle failing to maintain a single lane and almost colliding with the front of the trooper’s marked police car. The driver appeared to be dazed and confused and had glassy and bloodshot eyes. The driver was also agitated at times and had an odor of alcohol on his breath. Roadside exercises were conducted and the Defendant showed several signs of impairment while performing the exercises. The trooper subsequently arrested the driver and requested that he submit to a breath test to which the driver blew well-over the legal limit of .08.. The driver was subsequently charged with Driving Under the Influence. After hiring The Ticket Clinic, the DUI charge was dismissed by the State Attorney and resolved to a Reckless Driving, which prevented the client from receiving a DUI conviction on his record and a further license suspension.

The Facts

Date: 02/10/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

The Client was charged with Driving Under the Influence after he was involved in a crash on a divided highway. The driver of the other vehicle died at the scene. During treatment by EMTs, the trooper requested that medical blood be drawn from the Client to determine the alcoholic content and to determine the presence of any illegal substances. The Client consented to the blood draw. The submitted blood samples indicated no alcohol, but a very high level of THC. The Ticket Clinic Attorney fought the case by filing a motion to suppress evidence of the blood samples. The State’s evidence was successfully attacked and they were forced to dismiss the case.

The Facts

Date: 02/07/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

The Client was charged with DUI – after he was found by the police at a traffic light asleep at the wheel. The officers indicated the client smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. The client was denied entry into the first offender program because his driving pattern was too egregious. The case was scheduled for a Motion to Suppress – the day before the motion the prosecutor reached out and offered to drop the DUI to a Reckless Driving. The Client entered a plea to Reckless Driving – adjudication was withheld meaning he can have his record sealed.

The Facts

Date: 02/05/2020

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

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Driving While License Suspended

The Results

The client was arrested after being caught driving on a suspended license for the third time. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys got on the case and filed a motion to contest the Constitutionality of the police pulling over the client in the first place. Though the State still tried to push the client to plea by reducing the amount of jail in their offer, The Ticket Clinic Attorneys persisted, and all criminal charges were dropped.

The Facts

Date: 01/31/2020

Case #: 201****************

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Fleeing and Eluding

The Results

The Client’s wife contacted the Ticket Clinic Attorney after her husband was arrested by the Honolulu Police Department on a warrant out of Florida. The arrest was on Christmas Eve and she didn’t know what to do. The Ticket Clinic Attorney got to work. Within 24 hours the felony charges were dropped and the client was released from jail. In the end the Felony Flee and Elude, The Misdemeanor No Motorcycle License, and two infractions were dismissed!

The Facts

Date: 01/28/2020

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

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Leaving the Scene of an Accident

The Results

Our client, an UBER driver, was involved in an accident while transporting a customer. After the accident, our client left the scene to drop off the customer, then returned to the scene of the crash. She was charged with a criminal violation, for Leaving the Scene of an Accident with property damage. Ticket Clinic lawyers took over the case, and began presenting the true facts to the State Attorney's office. After thorough negotiations, the State agreed to drop the criminal charge.

The Facts

Date: 01/27/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

A Deputy conducted a traffic stop on a pickup for running a solid red light. The Deputy observed the defendant operating the vehicle and detected signs of impairment. A DUI investigator responded to the scene, detected signs of impairment, and requested the defendant perform field sobriety exercises which the defendant agreed to perform. During the exercises, the defendant showed signs of impairment and was subsequently arrested. Post Implied Consent, the defendant refused to provide a lawful breath sample. The defendant has 1 prior DUI conviction.
Result: The firm set the case for a Formal Review hearing, at the hearing, the 1 year suspension for Refusing to Submit to a breath test was set invalidated for insufficient evidence to support the suspension.

The Facts

Date: 01/27/2020

Case #: 20*************3

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No Motor Vehicle Registration

The Results

The client was charged for the first time ever, after they were caught by police operating a car that was not registered. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were able to negotiate with the Office of the State Attorney to get all criminal charges dropped without the client ever appearing in court.

The Facts

Date: 01/24/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

Deputy conducted a traffic stop for an improper U-turn and almost striking a curb. The Deputy observed the defendant operating the vehicle and detected signs of impairment. A DUI investigator responded to the scene, detected signs of impairment, and requested the defendant perform field sobriety exercises which the defendant agreed to perform. During the exercises, the defendant showed signs of impairment and was subsequently arrested. Post Implied Consent, the defendant refused to provide a lawful breath sample.
Result: Based on the firms negotiations, the State dropped the DUI charge.

The Facts

Date: 01/24/2020

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

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Driving While License Suspended

The Results

Our client was facing an offer of 30 days in the Broward County Jail on the charge of Driving While License Suspended for driving during a 5 year Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) suspension. Her license was suspended when she paid a traffic ticket for Driving While License Suspended Without Knowledge and received an adjudication and a strike towards "habitualization" (3 convictions for Driving While License Suspended within 5 years). Our lawyers filed a motion to vacate the plea on her prior conviction and were able to help our client get her license back. After we helped her get her license back, we were able to negotiate with the State Attorney's Office to have her 30 day jail sentence reduced to a withhold of adjudication on a civil infraction, meaning the criminal charges against her were dismissed.

The Facts

Date: 01/19/2020

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

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Domestic Violence Felony VOP

The Results

Police arrested our client when her husband claimed she hit him in the face during an argument. Attorneys for the firm learned there were no material injuries visible on the husband and our client in fact showed signs of injury on her body. The firm's attorney's set the case for trial and the prosecutor dismissed all charges.

The Facts

Date: 01/13/2020

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

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DUI

The Results

Our client was pulled over by police for speeding 70/50 mph zone. After completing the stop, our client was asked out of the vehicle to perform roadside sobriety exercises. After the performance of roadsides, he was arrested for DUI and taken to the police station. After attending numerous court appearances, Ticket Clinic attorneys were able to convinced the state attorney's office to drop the DUI charge.

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.