State v. M.E.

February, 2020
Charges: 4th Degree DWI - Misdemeanor

Stay of Adjudication. Client had a .10 breath alcohol concentration level and we had no defense. But, the client took proactive measures to demonstrate that she did not have an alcohol problem and learned from her mistake. Complicating things is the fact that the client's significant other lived in Canada. Traveling to Canada with a DWI is not possible and there's a wide debate whether a careless driving conviction even permits entry into Canada. Through diligent negotiations, the North Star team achieved this nearly impossible outcome. The end result for the client is that she will not have any convictions as a result of the charge and can freely travel to Canada.

Types of Charge(s): DWI Case Results