I had a client with two separate Criminal cases, one for a DUI and one for Drugs. For the DUI case, I was able to reduce his sentence from serving 90 days with 5 years probation and 18 months license suspension to only serving 5 days with 6 months probation and 12 months license suspension.
Today I had a client facing a mandatory 1 year jail sentence for a third offense DUI. I was able to negotiate a 10 day jail sentence for her. Saved her 265 days in jail!!
Today’s client was facing a 2nd offense highest tier and look at a mandatory 90 days in jail and an 18 month license suspension. I was able to get him 5 days I jail and a 12 month license suspension. What are 85 days of freedom and six months of driving worth to you? He
Just left court. My client had a first offense dui charge along with expired inspection and disregarding traffic lane. I was able to negotiate the withdrawal of all the charges!! Happy client!!
Yesterday my client was facing a mandatory jail sentence and a 1 year loss of his driver’s license. I was able to negotiate a plea agreement that included no jail, no license suspension and a $300.00 fine. Very happy client!
Lehigh County has a policy that prohibits people who are charged with DUI drug, other than marijuana, from receiving ARD. Last week, I had such a client but was able to convince the Commonwealth to make an exception. I was able to help my client to avoid a jail sentence, avoid a conviction, avoid a
Tuesday, I was able to get my client house arrest for a second offense DUI instead of serving the mandatory minimum (or more) in jail. She will be able to continue with her counseling and keep her job!
On Monday, instead of defending against my motion to suppress my client’s blood test result, I was able to convince the Commonwealth to amend the charges and agree to a plea for a lesser offense. I saved my client 90 days in jail, 6 months of license suspension and a significant amount of fines.
Last week, I represented a commercial driver who was disqualified for life by PennDot. I was able to prove that PennDot’s assertion that he had 2 prior convictions was inaccurate and he will be able to keep his CDL.
Today, I had a client facing a 1st Degree Felony Aggravated Assault and other charges. He was looking at a minimum of 27 months in state prison. I successfully negotiated a plea agreement to 2 misdemeanor charges and he was sentenced to county prison and is work release eligible. Nobody wants to go to prison