Traffic Violations Case Results

Traffic Violations Case Results

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

State v. A.S.

October, 2015
Charges: Underage Consumption and Speeding

Continuance for dismissal on both charges. The prosecutor's initial offer was for client to plead to one charge as a petty misdemeanor and dismiss the other. Through strategic and persuasive negotiations, Mr. Gempeler talked the prosecutor into giving a continuance for dismissal on minimal court costs, thereby allowing the client the ability to keep his criminal and driving record clean. An important result for a college student.

State v. L.H.

September, 2015
Charges: Failing to drive with due care, Hit and run, and No proof of insurance (all misdemeanors)

Stay of adjudication to a petty misdemeanor failing to drive with due care. The stay period is only 6-months - compared to the typical one-year - and the client needed to pay restitution and surcharges. There were no additional prosecution costs. And the only remaining condition was no same or similar offenses, which is more narrow than the typical no moving violations condition. With the client being a commercial driver, getting a resolution that did not result in a conviction is a significant victory.

Types of Charge(s): Traffic Violations Case Results

State v. M.J.

August, 2015
Charges: Gross misdemeanor driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety (DAC-IPS) and misdemeanor failure to drive a vehicle equipped with an ignition interlock device

Stay of adjudication to misdemeanor charge, the DAC-IPS charge was dismissed. After one year of unsupervised probation, paying minimal prosecution costs, and having no same or similar offenses, this entire case will be dismissed without any record of a conviction. This is great result in that the client will not further hurt her driver's license status because of this incident and can continue progressing towards getting a fully valid license. A conviction to either of these charges would have resulted in a longer loss of license and negated any progress she had made to date.

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