DWI Case Results

DWI Case Results

To see just how successful our approach is, here are some representative results:

State v. J.A.P.

July, 2015
Charges: Fourth Degree DUI

Stay of Imposition to an amended count of careless driving and the DUI charges were dismissed. The blood test revealed an alcohol concentration level of 0.15. Despite the client being nearly twice the legal limit, Mr. Gempeler was undeterred in seeking and obtaining a Careless Driving – which is usually reserved for 0.10 or lower. Mr. Gempeler was skillful and diligent in negotiating with a talented prosecutor. The icing on the cake was that the client was not required to complete a significant amount of community service or jail time to earn this outcome. The negotiated sentence required no jail, no community service, a minimal fine, and probation to the court.

Types of Charge(s): DWI Case Results

State v. J.M.J.

July, 2015
Charges: Third Degree DUI

No additional jail service, minimal fine. In this matter, a high test and a recent prior conviction proved less relevant than Mr. Adkins’ negotiating prowess, and a thoughtful judge agreed that time already spent in custody was all that was necessary to prevent future misconduct. The client avoided a lengthy term of either jail or home monitoring, and can keep working without having a long interruption to complete either program.

Types of Charge(s): DWI Case Results

State v. J.L.

July, 2015
Charges: Second Degree DWI

Dismissed. Mr. Adkins obtained the dismissal after successfully raising the post-incident consumption defense. The client admitted to drinking prior to driving to a local restaurant, thereby giving the prosecution traction to pursue the DWI. Mr. Adkins’ thorough investigation into the night in question led to the discovery of multiple eyewitnesses that corroborated the client’s story that he consumed a number of drinks at the restaurant, which is what ultimately led to him being well-above the legal limit. An expert report concluding that the client could not have had an alcohol concentration higher than .06 at the time of driving was the final push the prosecutor needed in order to dismiss the case short of a contested hearing. Needless to say, the client is overjoyed with Mr. Adkins’ work.

Types of Charge(s): DWI Case Results

State v. A.S.

July, 2015
Charges: Fourth Degree DWI

Plea to misdemeanor failure to signal traffic offense and the DWI charges were dismissed. After Mr. Gempeler filed motions challenging the stop and probable cause for arrest, the prosecutor made an offer the client could not refuse because the legal motions were far from guarantees. In addition to getting only a misdemeanor traffic offense on her record, the client was not sentenced to complete any jail time, do any community service, and did not even have to do the one-day alcohol education program that is typically required for all DWIs. The client also avoided the probation fee when supervised probation was limited to five months.

Types of Charge(s): DWI Case Results
DWI Case Results

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