PEOPLE V. J.M.

Client was arrested for DWI with an alleged BAC of 0.12. Because of a number of suspensions and revocations of his driver’s license, he was also charged with a felony count of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle (AUO). During a conference with the District Attorney, we explained there had been no erratic driving or accident, his BAC was relatively low, it was his first alcohol related offense, and there were issues of proof with regard to the felony AUO charge. As a result, the felony AUO charge was dismissed and the client was allowed to plead guilty to a simple DWI without jail or probation.

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