DUI & Criminal Division
Our client was driving southbound on the Florida turnpike.  On the right shoulder was a father and son who were changing a flat tire.  According to police reports, our client’s car veered to the right, colliding with the stopped car injuring the father and son.  There were injuries and significant property damage as well.  After responding and making contact with our client, the police returned to their car to begin paperwork. When they returned to the scene of the crash they found our client apparently asleep on the side of the road near the retaining wall.   Believing that this was a possible impaired driver, the officers began a DUI investigation.  Admissions were made about drinking and coming from a club.  Roadside exericese were offered and refused and a breath test was refused as well. Ticket Clinic lawyers were retained to defend this case.  A very thorough investigation and examination of the state’s evidence was initiated and numerous depositions were completed.  Many inconsistencies were revealed and numerous errors were committed by the police officers. A 25+ page Motion to Suppress was filed by our law office in an attempt to exclude the vast majority of the state’s evidence.  Before the motion was heard by the Judge, the state agreed to drop the DUI charge.

Rolando A. Sanchez, Esq.

Originally from Miami , grew up in Central Florida.  After high school, he joined the U.S. Air Force where he worked on F-15E fighter jets as an Avionics Technician.  He was Honorably Discharged. Afterwards, he attended University of Central Florida and received a BSBA Finance Degree, cum laude.  Next, he attended Barry University for law school and among other things, served as V.P. of the Veterans Legal Society.  Since graduating in 2016, Mr. Sanchez has dedicated his career to helping those charged with criminal matters.  These cases include traffic, misdemeanors and felonies, including trials and post-conviction relief. Mr. Sanchez is the lead attorney in Ticket Clinic’s Kissimmee office, handling cases in Osceola, Polk, Hardee and Desoto Counties.