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The Facts

Date: 05/08/2019

Case #: 2019CT00***3

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Expired Driver's License

The Results

The client was charged with driving on a drivers license that had been expired for over 6 months. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were able to negotiate with the State Attorney and all criminal charges against the client were dropped without the client ever having to come to court.

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Date: 05/08/2019

Case #: 2019CT00***8

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Driving While License Suspended

The Results

The client was arrested for driving on a suspended license. Even though the client had previously been convicted for the same thing, The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were able to negotiate with the State Attorney and all criminal charges against the client were dropped without the client ever having to come to court.

The Facts

Date: 05/08/2019

Case #: 2019CT00***1

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Driving With an Invalid License

The Results

The client was charged for the first time ever, when they were caught driving without a license. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were able to negotiate with the State Attorney and all criminal charges against the client were dropped without the client ever having to come to court.

The Facts

Date: 05/08/2019

Case #: 2019CT00***6

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Driving With an Invalid License

The Results

The client was charged for the first time ever, when they were pulled over and presented an out of State license to the police, while they still allegedly had a validly issued Florida License, even though the client had only one license in their possession. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys established to the State Attorney that this was an erroneous arrest and all charges were dropped without the client ever coming to court.

The Facts

Date: 05/07/2019

Case #: 2019CT00***9

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Attaching Tag Not Assigned

The Results

The client was arrested for the first time ever, after they were caught by police driving a car to which the client had attached the tag for another vehicle. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were able to negotiate with the State Attorney and all criminal charges against the client were dropped without the client ever having to come to court.

The Facts

Date: 05/07/2019

Case #: 2019-MM-***52*

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Possession of Cannabis / Drug Paraphernalia

The Results

Our client was pulled over and arrested for possession of marijuana. Ticket Clinic attorneys determined that the police officers' search of our client's car was illegal. We prepared and filed a Motion to Suppress, challenging the stop/search. The case was set for a jury trial. The State read the motion, and dropped the charge. Ultimately, they agreed with our position, that the search was illegal.

The Facts

Date: 05/07/2019

Case #: 180*********A

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DUI

The Results

Our client was pulled over for driving 60 miles per hour in a 45 zone. The officer claimed to smell the odor of alcohol emitting from our client and requested that he perform field sobriety exercises. Our client had a difficult time performing the exercises but appeared extremely nervous due to the police officer's aggressive attitude. At trial, the lawyers at the firm exposed several lies told by the officer on the stand and the jury found our client not guilty.

The Facts

Date: 05/03/2019

Case #: 2018CT########

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DUI

The Results

The Client was Charged with DUI after he was stopped for speeding. Once the Client was stopped the Officer immediately noticed signs of impairment by alcohol. The Client performed poorly on the roadside exercises and was then arrested for DUI. Once at the jail the Client refused to provide a breath sample. In addition, at the time of the Client's arrest he was still on bond for another previous DUI he had received no more than two months prior. Because the Client had two open DUI counts the Court had revoked his bond on his first DUI, and the Client was stuck in jail. The Firm was able to get the Client out of jail on both DUI charges. However, the State was requesting a significant amount of additional jail to resolve both DUI charges. The Firm investigated both charges and discovered that while one DUI charge was an extremely poor case for the Client, the other case was actually quite good for the Client to take to trial. The State agreed and dismissed the Client's second DUI case and resolved the other to no jail.

The Facts

Date: 05/01/2019

Case #: 2018CT#######

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DUI

The Results

Law enforcement noticed a vehicle blocking a turn lane with its door open. Upon closer inspection the Officer noticed that there was a man dancing next to the vehicle. The Officer turned on his rear facing lights to alert traffic behind him. At this point the man got back into his vehicle and rolled down the window. The Officer made contact with the man and noticed that he appeared impaired by alcohol. The man refused sobriety exercises and was subsequently arrested for DUI. He also refused to do a breath test. The Firm was hired and began an investigation of the Client's case. It was discovered that there was no video of any of this incident. In addition, the Firm filed a motion to suppress the stop of the Client as the Client was detained without probable cause. The Firm argued that because the Officer turned on his lights, even though they were rear facing, the Client submitted to his show of authority by getting back into his car and shutting the door and rolling down the window. This factual pattern demonstrated that the Client was seized by law enforcement before the Officer had actual evidence of a person behind the wheel of a vehicle, one of the necessary elements for DUI. The State refused to dismiss the DUI case. The Firm argued that even if the State won the motion to suppress the evidence, there was still very little evidence in the case establishing impairment, not even a video was present in evidence. Finally, on the day of the hearing on the motion to suppress the evidence in the case, the State agreed to dismiss the DUI.

The Facts

Date: 05/01/2019

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

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DUI

The Results

The Client was allegedly involved in an accident. Once on the scene law enforcement believed that he was impaired by alcohol and requested he perform sobriety exercises. The Client refused to perform said exercises and was then arrested for DUI. Once at the jail the Client refused to provide a breath sample. The Firm was retained and immediately began to investigate the case. The Firm discovered that there was very little, if any, evidence placing the Client behind the wheel of the vehicle. In addition, because the Client refused all sobriety exercises and the breath test, there was hardly any evidence regarding his impairment. The State agreed with the Firm's assessment of the case and dismissed the charges entirely.

The Facts

Date: 04/30/2019

Case #: 180********0A

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DUI

The Results

Our client was pulled over for driving erratically and driving at an extremely high speed through downtown Fort Lauderdale. When the officer approached our client, he observed an open bottle of beer in the car and the client admitted to drinking while driving. Shortly after, our client was asked to perform field sobriety exercises and to provide a breath sample. He refused to do either and was placed under arrest. The attorneys at the firm set the case for trial and our client was found not guilty by a jury after deliberating for less than 20 minutes.

The Facts

Date: 04/29/2019

Case #: 2019CT#######

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DUI

The Results

The Client was arrested for a DUI after he was allegedly involved in a vehicle accident. Emergency medical personnel met with the Client in his vehicle and then he was taken to the ambulance to be treated. Law enforcement arrived on scene and noticed that the Client seemed to be impaired by alcohol. The Officer requested the Client perform field sobriety exercises, which the Client declined to do. The Client was then arrested for DUI where he refused to provide a breath sample. The Firm immediately determined that there was a problem with the arrest of the Defendant, as there was no law enforcement Officer that witnessed him driving the vehicle. In addition, there was an extreme lack of evidence in that the Client refused all tests by law enforcement. The State agreed and dismissed the DUI.

The Facts

Date: 04/29/2019

Case #: 2019CT00***0

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Improper Driver's License Classification

The Results

The client was charged with driving a commercial motor vehicle without the proper Commercial Driver License, when they were pulled over driving a box truck during work. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys were able to establish that the vehicle the client was driving did not require the client to have a Commercial Driver License due to the truck’s gross vehicle weight. All charges against the client were dropped without the client ever having to appear in court.

The Facts

Date: 04/25/2019

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

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DUI

The Results

The Client's vehicle was stopped by an Officer on a report of a vehicle stopped in an intersection. The Officer found the Client asleep in his vehicle at a stop light. When the Officer knocked on his window the Client immediately left the scene and began driving erratically. The Officer then conducted another traffic stop on the Client and observed signs of impairment by alcohol. The Client performed poorly on the field sobriety exercises and gave a breath sample more than twice the legal limit. The Firm began negotiations with the Assistant State Attorney, and it was agreed that because the Client had been cooperative and had no prior criminal record, the State would dismiss the DUI charge.

The Facts

Date: 04/23/2019

Case #: 17********10A

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Burglary

The Results

Our client was accused of burglarizing an apartment while the residents were home hiding in their closet. A few hours after the burglary, our client and his co-defendant were found using credit cards stolen in the burglary at a gas station several miles from the apartment. After being arrested, our client admitted to being at the apartment complex during the time of the burglary and voluntarily provided a DNA sample. DNA matching our client was found on a beer can inside of the burglarized apartment. At trial, the lawyers from the firm pointed out several issues with the State's case. Several alternate theories of defense were presented to the jury explaining the presence of our client's DNA and shifting blame onto his co-defendant. After deliberating for over 10 hours, the jury found our client Not Guilty of all the felony charges.

The Facts

Date: 04/22/2019

Case #: 2019CT###########

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DUI

The Results

The Client was stopped for driving his vehicle at 10mph in a 35mph zone and swerving all over the roadway. Once the Officer made contact with the Client he was able to determine that the Client was impaired by alcohol. The Officer requested that the Client perform field sobriety exercises. The Client performed said exercises poorly and was arrested for DUI. Once at the jail the Client refused to provide a breath sample. The Firm investigated the case and brought it to the State's attention that the Client had a disability with respect to his ability to give a breath sample, and in addition had no prior criminal history. In light of the Client's disability and absence of a criminal record, the State agreed to dismiss the DUI.

The Facts

Date: 04/18/2019

Case #: 18*********10A

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DUI

The Results

Our client was approached by police while he was asleep behind the wheel of his car in a restaurant parking lot. The officers ordered him out of the car and immediately began a DUI investigation. The client was eventually arrested and charged with DUI. The attorneys at the firm filed a motion to exclude the evidence collected because the police violated the client's constitutional rights. At the hearing, the judge agreed and all charges were dismissed.

The Facts

Date: 04/06/2019

Case #: 2018CT00***6

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DUI

The Results

The client was charged with Driving Under the Influence, after being pulled over for speeding, and subjected to a DUI investigation. The client provided a breath sample of 0.000, showing no alcohol whatsoever in their system. Law enforcement then requested a sample of the client’s urine to see if they had any drugs in their system, even though there was no evidence or even suspicion of drug use, and the client refused to do so. The Ticket Clinic Attorneys not only won the DHSMV hearing to keep the refusal off of the client’s driving record, but also filed a Motion to Dismiss the DUI charge and a Motion to Suppress the Unlawful request for a urine sample. The State Attorney chose to drop all charges rather than attempt to contest The Ticket Clinic Attorney’s motions. Not only has the client maintained a clean criminal record, they never even had to attend court.