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The prosecution offered a deal after we filed the motion to strike. We negotiated back and forth until we were able to secure a reduced charge of reckless driving for Trevor, who was extremely happy with the results.
Trevor B. attended one of Adam’s DUI lectures, which is when he decided to hire our firm. Trevor was a bricklayer on his way home one night around 3AM when he decided to stop for jerk chicken in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. At the light he makes a narrow left turn and causes a head-on collision. At the scene the cops do a DUI investigation. Trevor failed the field sobriety exercises, was arrested for DUI and blew a .20 on the breathalyzer.
We took depositions and realized there was only one real witness to the case. The victim could not ID Trevor, and the cops never saw him behind the wheel of his car. The one real witness was a civilian that the cops forgot to put on the witness list until 24 hours before trial. We filed a motion to strike knowing the prosecution would have a difficult time without this witness.
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