The Defendant was charged with Petit Theft and Resisting an Officer Without Violence while on probation for DUI. In addition, the Defendant was alleged to have not completed her community service hours and not paying certain fees in a timely fashion. A warrant was issued for the defendant’s arrest with a “no bond hold”. After lengthy negotiations with the State Attorney’s Office, the Firm surrendered the Defendant in open court and she was released without having to turn herself into jail pending the outcome of the violation. The Firm had lengthy discussions with the State Attorney regarding medical defenses to the charged crimes of Petit Theft and Resisting Arrest Without Violence. After resetting the court dates for the new charges and the violation of probation, the State Attorney agreed to dismiss the affidavit for violation of probation and drop all the pending criminal charges against the Defendant.