Case Results for the Last Five Complicated DUI Cases
Second DUI reduced to Reckless Driving
Client charged with DUI for the second time in 7 years. Prosecution would not agree to reduce the charge and wanted the client to plead guilty to DUI. Greg would not budge with the prosecutor and fought hard for several months. Eventually the prosecutor agreed to reduce the charge to reckless driving. Offering zero days in jail, reducing probation by three years, saving our client hundred of dollars of probation fees and possible deportation.
Marijuana and Multiple-Drug DUI reduced to Negligent Driving
Client’s charged with DUI after blood test results positive for marijuana, cocaine, and meth. The prosecution’s case against the client was strong. Prosecutor would not agree to reduce the DUI charge and was asking for the client to plead guilty to DUI. Greg discovered that the arresting officer was being investigated for lying in his official capacity. Greg scheduled the case for trial, knowing that the officer would not look credible at trial. Prosecutor agreed to reduce the trial to Negligent Driving, zero days in jail, no license suspension, and probation reduced by three years.
Third DUI Charge Reduced to Negligent Driving
Client was arrested for DUI for the third time in 15 years. Needless to say, the prosecutor would not agree to reduce the DUI charge. Greg investigated the scene of the arrest and found factual issues with the case. After Greg presented the problems to the prosecutor, the prosecutor agreed to reduce the DUI to Negligent Driving. The client was able to avoid a license suspension, jail time, and had his probation reduced by 3 years.
DUI Reduced to Traffic Infraction
Client was charged with DUI and Reckless Driving. Greg discovered factual issues with the case. DUI and Reckless driving were reduced to 2nd Degree Neg. Driving, a traffic ticket. The client paid the ticket and was able to avoid jail, DUI fine, drug & alcohol evaluation, drug/alcohol treatment, probation, probation fees, etc. Client saved thousands on dollars.
DUI Charge & Multiple Other Charges in Multiple Jurisdictions
Client was charged with DUI in one jurisdiction after colliding with a Fire Truck. Two weeks later client was arrested for Reckless Driving and Negligent Driving First Degree for driving at an estimated “speed of 3 times the speed limit” in the opposite lane and colliding head-on with another vehicle. Blood test results were positive for alcohol in the second incident also. Although the two alcohol-related incidents occurred virtually simultaneously, Greg was able to reduce the DUI to Negligent Driving for the first incident and dismiss the Reckless Driving for the second incident.