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Case Dismissed

J.A

J.A. was scared of jail time and other consequences he was facing after his DUI arrest. Despite the allegations, our legal team revealed that J.A. was not impaired at the time of driving. With our evidence, we were able to prove his innocence and resolve the matter quickly. J.A. and his family were so grateful and relieved that he could move forward without a DUI conviction affecting his life.

Case Dismissed

B.R

B.R. was facing serious consequences related to his DUI charge. Our legal team took a close look at all the evidence presented by the police and made a strong case that B.R. wasn’t actually driving when the incident occurred. Thankfully, our efforts paid off, and the case was dismissed. This meant B.R. could breathe a sigh of relief, knowing he wouldn’t have to face jail time and could move forward without the weight of criminal charges holding him back.
Case Dismissed

J.L.

J.L. found himself facing a second DUI charge and was seriously considering taking his case to trial. However, the Reynolds Defense Firm team dug deep into the details and discovered that J.L. wasn’t actually under the influence at the time of the incident. With this crucial information, our team was able to convince the court to dismiss the case without the need for a trial. It was a huge relief for J.L., who could now move forward with his life.
Trial Wins

A.M.

A.M. blew below a .08 (.06) when stopped by police for not wearing a seatbelt. Despite this, the state pursued the case, citing a police report that claimed terrible performance on SFSTs. However, bodycam footage revealed proficient performance. AM, a first-time arrestee holding a commercial driver’s license crucial for his livelihood, was deemed ineligible for diversion. After deliberation, AM opted for trial. The jury, presented with AM’s low BAC and competent SFSTs performance, concluded he wasn’t impaired despite admitting to two beers. RDF’s argument of no bad driving, low BAC, and competent SFSTs performance led to a NOT GUILTY verdict, preserving AM’s CDL and his ability to provide for his family.

Avoided Jail Time

A.K.

A.K. was originally facing 5 years of jail time for two counts of Felony Attempt to Elude and one count of Unlawful Use of a Weapon. He feared losing the ability to care for his family and the overall impact that such a lengthy sentence would have on his life. Our team was able to negotiate the dismissal of one charge and reduction of another, resulting in 24 months of probation with no jail time. A.K. and his family were extremely grateful for the outcome.

Avoided Jail Time

J.P.

Following his DUI arrest, J.P. felt overwhelmed and stressed. Given the circumstances of his case, he was confronted with the prospect of serving 14 days in jail, a situation that could have severely disrupted important life events. Ultimately, his legal team was able to get two additional charges dropped, reducing his jail sentence to only 48 hours, allowing him to resume his normal routine and address his responsibilities without interruption.
Kept My Job

K.L.

K.L. was facing termination from his job after his DUI arrest due to the potential of losing his driving privileges. Reynolds Defense Firm was able to get the length of the license suspension reduced and were able to help facilitate a hardship permit which allowed K.L. to keep his job.

Kept my Driving Privileges

B.P.

B.P. faced the risk of losing his driving privileges. However, our team’s research revealed that the police agency failed to provide valuable information about the officer in discovery which resulted in the record failing to establish a valid stop. As a result, B.P. kept his driving privileges, allowing him to move forward with confidence.

Kept my Driving Privileges

C.S.

C.S. faced the threat of losing his license after a Hit and Run charge. However, after reviewing the case, the Reynolds Defense Firm team discovered that the record lacked enough evidence to prove Hit and Run. C.S. was able to keep his driving privileges, providing a sense of relief and allowing him to continue on with his day-to-day responsibilities.

Was Able to Travel 

D.G.

The judge initially denied D.G.’s request to travel to Ethiopia for a very important, preplanned family trip. Our legal team was able to negotiate with the prosecutor and the court ultimately getting permission for D.G. to travel, just days after the initial denial. D.G. was so relieved that he didn’t have to forfeit the cost of what he had paid for the trip and could fully enjoy the long-awaited family gathering without added financial strain or disappointment.
Was Able to Travel 

B.J

B.J. was required to travel for work on a weekly, sometimes daily, basis. Any hindrance to his ability to travel could have jeopardized his job and professional commitments. His legal team acted quickly to obtain permission to travel even before the first scheduled court appearance so that B.J. never missed a day of travel for work.

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