The client was charged with leaving the scene of a crash that he was responsible for causing. He was driving approximately 75 miles per hour and collied with a vehicle. The witnesses then said that the Client tried to drive on a broken rim for almost half a mile once the accident occurred. The Firm argued to the State that there was no real evidence that the Client had left the scene and the State’s entire case was circumstantial and offered no real proof of the charge. The State refused to drop the charge. The Firm took the case to a jury trial and the jury returned with a verdict of Not Guilty.