Attorney Stephen Ball can help you understand the allegation you are facing, the possible defenses of your case, and the consequences of a conviction. We examine the facts and circumstances of your citation or arrest, whether the police violated the Fourth Amendment, whether the police had a reasonable suspicion to stop you, and whether any other violations may have tainted the State’s case. If trial is not the best course of action, our office can often obtain an agreement where our client performs remedial measures that result in a dismissal. Upon dismissal, we can file for and obtain an erasure of all records associated with the case.
This is another alcohol-related charge wherein a number of defense strategies are available. Did the officer have reasonable suspicion to stop you? Did the officer have reasonable suspicion to detain you or probable cause to arrest you? These and other questions will help determine if a trial is appropriate in your case. If not, we may reach an arrangement with the State wherein your driving charge is dismissed upon your successful completion of the agreement. After a dismissal, we can file for an expunction or removal of government records pertaining to the incident.