Case Results

  • Case dismissed
    Allowing an Authorized Person to Drive
    Client was pulled over by the police and was in the passenger seat. Apparently, the person driving her car did not have a driver's license and Client was given a citation for allowing an unauthorized person to drive. Later, it was shown that Client ...
  • Reduced to reckless driving
    DUI
    Our client was operating his motorcycle in a congested area and attempted to change lanes and hit a large orange traffic cone and hit two more cones on the left shoulder of the road and then hit a three foot plastic barrier. Also, our client almost ...
  • Reduced to reckless driving
    DUI
    Client was a patron in a store and the clerk noticed that he might be impaired by alcohol so the clerk approached the police who were already at the store for a separate unrelated matter. The police officer advised Client not to drive after the ...
  • Reduced to reckless driving
    DUI
    Client was witnessed to have hit a parked car and then parked in a space nearby. Police were called to the scene and they observed Client in the driver’s seat and approached Client and they observed that she smelled of alcohol and had red, bloodshot ...
  • Reduced to reckless driving
    DUI
    Client was involved in a traffic crash after attempting to make a turn at the bend in the road at 80-90 miles per hour. Client had a friend in the car who gave a sworn statement to the police that Client was the driver of the vehicle and he was ...
  • Case dismissed
    Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card, Grand Theft
    Client was alleged to have stolen her aunt's credit card and charge over $1000. Based on the times that the credit card transactions occurred and the location of Client at the time based on the GPS on her telephone and the cell phone towers, Mr. ...
  • Case dismissed
    No Motorcycle Endorsement
    Client was driving a motorcycle and failed to have proper licensing for the motorcycle and eventually sold the motorcycle. Mr. Hager convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the charge since the motorcycle was no longer owned by the client.