Results from DWI GUY legal services
People vs. S.H.
Our client was charged with his seventh DWI. However, the court accepted his plea to DWAI, and he avoided serious jail time.
People vs. J.A.
Our client was charged with DWI. However, because the arresting officers provided incomplete testimony, we asked the court to dismiss the evidence from the traffic stop that resulted in the DWI charge. The judge granted our request, and the case against our client was dismissed.
People vs. J.E.
Our client was charged with DWI and Refusal after being involved in an accident. However, because there was no evidence of our client actually operating the vehicle, the case was dismissed.
People vs. S.V.
Our client was charged with several offenses including DWI and unlawful operation of an ATV. Despite the several tickets, we were able to negotiate a plea agreement to the reduced charge of DWAI and a reduced penalty of 90 days license suspension.
People vs. W.C.
Our client was charged with DWI. Because he was convicted of DWI less than 10 years ago, he faced up to four years in jail and at least one year revocation of his driver license. However, because the prosecution failed to produce any of their witnesses, including the arresting officers, we asked the judge to dismiss the case. He did.
People vs. K.S.
Our client was involved in an accident and was charged with several violations including Aggravated DWI. Her case was complicated by the fact that she was under the legal drinking age and had made some self-incriminating admissions at the scene of the accident. However, we worked closely with the Assistant District Attorney on a plea agreement to the reduced DWAI charge. These negotiations were critical to the future success of this young woman.
People vs. P.S.
Our client was arrested for a DWI charge he received over 15 years ago but for which he was never arraigned. Because we were able to prove the state’s lack of readiness for trial, the judge dismissed the case.
People vs. D.N.
Our client was charged with SWI (snowmobiling while intoxicated). His case was complicated by his self-incriminating statements and his failure of five separate field sobriety tests. However, we worked with the Assistant District Attorney to have the charge dismissed, due in part to the fact that our client’s BAC was extremely low.
People vs. T.R.
Our client was charged with several violations including Aggravated DWI. We successfully argued that the minor traffic infraction for which she was originally pulled over was an insufficient basis for the initial stop, and her case was dismissed.
People vs. C.A.
Our client was charged with several violations including Aggravated DWI. As a result of diligent research, we were able to prove that she had been falsely accused, and her case was dismissed.
* Statistics based on feedback from clients who completed our client survey upon resolution of their case. Although the results of actual cases are displayed, Xavier + Associates, cannot represent such results to be indicative of those that may be obtained in any particular case.