PEOPLE V. S.T.
Our client, who just completed his Master’s Degree and hoped to be a teacher, was stopped for speeding nearly 30 miles per hour over the speed limit. The police discovered our client was driving on a suspended license for unpaid tickets in other courts. The client failed all field sobriety tests, and his .18 breath test resulted in his being charged with Aggravated DWI, three other misdemeanor offenses, and several traffic tickets. Our client feared he would never be able to teach, and that his one mistake would cancel years of higher education and hard work.
Nave DWI Defense Attorneys attorneys took the client’s case to pre-trial hearings, and after the weaknesses in the prosecution’s case were revealed at those hearings, our client was offered a non-criminal disposition that ensured our client would not have a criminal record and would be able to pursue his goal of teaching.