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Our client, a ballet performer, turned to Luftman, Heck and Associates after getting arrested for the first time in his life. While driving in the early morning hours, an officer claimed to have observed our client commit several marked lanes violations and weave within his lane while driving. He was pulled over, and after the administration of field sobriety tests, he was arrested for OVI. Subsequent to his arrest, our client gave a sample of his breath, which registered at .102 and resulted in an additional OVI offense.
Attorney Dan Sabol attended several court dates, reviewed the video and discovery thoroughly, and filed a motion to suppress the evidence. At the motion hearing, the prosecutor relented, and acquiesced to Mr. Sabol’s offer of amending the charge to one of reckless operation. Further, the prosecutor agreed not to ask for an additional suspension in addition to the 90 administrative suspension that had already run its course.