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Our client, a professional driver, was carrying hazardous materials through Columbus on his route. He was pulled over by law enforcement and charged for the moving violation of violating a traffic control device, which is a 2-point offense. Our client also was given a citation for transporting hazardous material through the city.
As any CDL driver knows, moving violations can be extremely detrimental to their professional career. In an effort to avoid these consequences, the professional driver retained the Columbus traffic defense team at our firm to represent him. Attorney Chase Mallory entered a not guilty plea on the driver’s behalf, and began plea negotiations with prosecutors to try to resolve the case in our client’s favor.
We were able to negotiate a dismissal of the violating a traffic control device moving violation and the points in exchange for a plea to the non-moving transporting hazardous material violation. Our client kept his traffic record intact and was satisfied with the outcome of his case.
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