Client accused of DUI after single car accident. At the time of the accident client maintained that his girlfriend was driving the vehicle. The girlfriend told the police this information as well. June, 2014, the case was presented to a jury and our client was acquitted. Back to Our Victories
Based on a suppression motion filed by Bath & Edmonds a Douglas County judge suppresses a warrantless blood draw. Douglas County District Attorney appeals the District Court. June 2014, Court of Appeals dismisses the appeal affirming the suppression of evidence. Attorneys at the Firm are currently involved in 5 State and 2 Federal appellate […]
Johnson County, Kansas In September, 2014 client was stopped for traffic violation. The investigation led to felony charges of possession of controlled substances as well as possession of marijuana and MDMA (ecstasy). Client also charged with felony refusal of breath alcohol test. Numerous pretrial motions were filed. The Court granted defense motion to dismiss felony […]
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