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Recent Cases

State v. A

This client was charged with regular DUI with a reading of .141 and .147. The client was alleged to have committed numerous traffic within quarter of a mile. Specifically, the client was alleged to have committed at least three lane violations and improper turn and speeding. Ultimately, the client plead to reckless driving and both charges of DUI were dismissed.

State v. G

This case involved five criminal charges. Two charges of possession of marijuana, one charge of extreme DUI, one charge of BAC over .08, and one charge of DUI to the slightest degree. This case involved a single vehicle accident, wherein the driver tested a BAC of .284/.264. The client pled to a regular DUI to the slightest degree and received 24 hours jail. The possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and extreme DUI charges were all dismissed.

State v. V

This client was charged with regular DUI with readings of .130, .131. The client was alleged to have committed at least two serious lane violations. In one allegation, the client was alleged to have crossed the center dividing line by over two feet. Ultimately, the client’s DUI’s were dismissed and the client received a charge of reckless driving and received a fine of $440.

State v. S

Client charged with Aggravated Assault as a result of an accident with injuries in which client was alleged to be DUI. Client was alleged to have caused serious and permanent injury to the alleged victim who was transported by ambulance as a result of the accident. The case resulted in Client pleading guilty to a non-dangerous offense and receiving a grant of probation. Client avoided mandatory presumptive minimum prison term of 7.5 years.

State v. B

The client was charged with second offense extreme DUI. This case involved a single vehicle accident. The client pled to a first offense extreme DUI and received a ten day jail sentence as opposed to 60 days.

State v. P

This was a blood case involving a reading of .163. Defendant was charged with two counts of DUI, including extreme DUI. The case resolved with a dismissal.

State v. S

This client was charged with extreme DUI (.204/.198). The case resulted in the extreme DUI being dismissed and the client pleading to first offense regular DUI and receiving 24 hours jail. Kyrene Justice Court.

State v. D

This case involved a single vehicle accident in which a telephone pole was severed in half. Further, the case involved a passenger and a single vehicle roll over accident. The reading in this case were .193/.188. The client pled to a regular DUI with 24 hours jail. The charge of extreme DUI was dismissed, and the client avoided felony criminal damage and felony endangerment charges

State v. Y

This case involved a charge of criminal speeding and extreme DUI with readings of .186 & .186. The client pled to a regular DUI and received a sentence of 24 hours jail. The extreme DUI was dismissed.

State v. B

Client charged with Reckless Driving and Driving on a suspended license. The officer alleged the client was traveling in excess of 95 M.P.H. and weaving on the Interstate Highway. The charges of Reckless Driving and Driving on a suspended license were dismissed, client was assessed a civil traffic fine of $155.00.

State v. S

This client was charged with DUI drugs for allegedly consuming marijuana while driving. Police alleged that the vehicle was filled with marijuania smoke at the time of the traffic stop. The case resulted in the Client pleading to a first offense DUI alcohol and avoiding a one year license revocation. Chandler Municipal Court.

State v. S

This client was charged with extreme DUI (.204/.198). The case resulted in the extreme DUI being dismissed and the client pleading to first offense regular DUI and receiving 24 hours jail. Kyrene Justice Court.