Actual Case Results
Charge Reckless Driving: Charged with reckless driving 85 in a 65, this client was found not guilty at trial.
Charge Reckless Driving: My client was charged with reckless driving 80/60. At trial I was able to have the charged dismissed for lack or prosecution.
Charge Reckless Driving: My client was charged with reckless driving, general for running a red light and causing an accident. At trial I was able to have the charged dismissed.
Charge Reckless Driving: This client was charged with Reckless Driving by speed, running a red light and expired registration in Virginia Beach. I was able to get the registration charged dismissed by showing the court that she had updated the registration. The red light was settled with a $30 fine and the reckless driving was reduced to speed 19 over with a fine.
Charge Reckless Driving: This reckless driving case involved a motor vehicle accident. I was able to have the charge reduced to improper driving.
carrying a concealed weapon
Carrying a Concealed Weapon: This client that was stopped for a speeding ticket and the vehicle was searched and a handgun was found under the seat which belonged to the client. I was able to get the matter dismissed after I advised the client to go ahead and get a handgun permit which we presented to the Commonwealth Attorney who agreed to dismiss.
Charge No Front Tags: We corrected the problem and the case was dismissed.
Charge Driving Without a License: When stopped for a minor traffic violation, my client did not have his license with him. Before court I was able to assist him in getting his license back, show the court that he had it back and the case was dismissed.
Charge Reckless Driving: A one car accident into a guard rail during a rain storm. I was able to show the judge case law that stated that hydroplaning alone does not constitute reckless driving and the matter was dismissed.
Charge Bad Check (Felony): The client bounced a check, which had not been resolved, and the client was charged. After discussions with the prosecutor and the complainant the unpaid balance was paid through a restitution plan and the case was dismissed.
Charge Domestic Assault & Battery: This was an argument that got out of hand between two roommates. The matter went to trial and the client was found not guilty.
Charge Counterfeit Inspection Sticker: The client was stopped for driving with a counterfeit inspection sticker and at trial I was able to establish that the car was not the client’s and he was not aware that the sticker was not valid. He was found not guilty.
Charge Underage Possession of Alcohol: The client was caught in a parking lot intoxicated and in possession of alcohol by the police after receiving a complaint. After negotiations with the prosecutor I was able to have the case dismissed in exchange for community service by the client.
Charge Probation Violation: The client was charged with a violation of the Alcohol Safety Action Program after testing positive on his interlock device after a DUI conviction. Although found in violation I was able to return the client to the program and have his sentence of 5 days in jail suspended.
Reckless Driving (Accident): This was a single car accident where the client hydroplaned into a guardrail during a thunderstorm. I was able to provide the court with case law establishing that hydroplaning alone does not constituted reckless driving and the case was dismissed.
Charge Assault & Battery: The Defendant was charges with Assault & Battery after a neighbor dispute. The neighbor was also charged in a cross warrant. The case went to trial and my client was found not guilty and her case was dismissed. The neighbor was found guilty and sentenced to jail.
Charge Underage Possession of Alcohol: The client was charged with Driving Under the Influence and underage possession of alcohol. Although she was found guilty of DUI the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the underage possession charge.
The client was charged with Driving While Intoxicated 1st offense. I was able to establish that he had been drinking after driving and went to trial with the result being a finding of not guilty.
In the criminal defense of this murder charge it was discovered there were conflicts in the forensic evidence as well as conflicting statements from eyewitnesses that were pointed out to the Commonwealth Attorney and lead to the dismissal of the charge.
In the defense of this case I was able to explain that the client was confused about conflicting court dates and show that he had a consistent record of showing up for court appearances and the charge was dismissed.
This was a traffic accident where the client was merging onto I-264 from Independence Blvd and an accident occurred. I was able to show that the accident was not the fault of the client and the case was dismissed.
In this matter the client was involved in an accident and claimed that it was due to break failure. I was able to present the proper documents to show that the client’s breaks were in fact to blame for the accident and the client was found not guilty at trial.
In this case the client had an accident and was found to be driving without a license. Before court we were able to have her license restored and presented it at trial and the charge was dismissed as complied with law.
In this case the officer failed to produce the proper paperwork showing that the radar was working properly at the time of clocking the client and I moved to suppress the evidence and the case was dismissed.
In this case the client was accused of a positive reading into the interlock breath device. Through records and calibration history I was able to show that the machine was not operating properly and the case was dismissed.
In this case the Commonwealth requested several continuances to obtain evidence to go forward. After objection by the defense the case was dismissed for failure to prosecute.
In this case the client had alcohol in her car which the police found after an accident. Because she was not 21 she was charged with possession of the alcohol The charged was dropped as part of a plea agreement with the Commonwealth.
The charge against this client was dropped after showing the court her good driving record, having her complete driver improvement school and explaining the circumstances of the incident to the judge.
The charge was dismissed after providing proof to the court that the client had the vehicle inspected.
In this case the client had a valid license but had failed to update his address. The problem was corrected before court and the corrected license was presented at court and the case dismissed.