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Driver Carrying Hazardous Material Gets Charge Dismissed, Small Fine

Posted On: August 28th, 2015   |   Posted by: Luftman, Heck & Associates LLP

A 50-year-old man was traveling from Alabama to Columbus as a professional commercial driver, carrying hazardous material with him. The man did not see the signs telling him he was required to go around Columbus. Certain hazardous materials are not allowed to pass through specific areas. He was charged with a moving violation of traffic control device, a two-point offense and an environmental charge of carrying the materials through Columbus, a first-degree misdemeanor. A Columbus criminal defense attorney from Luftman, Heck & Associates reviewed his case and appeared in court twice on behalf of the client. The traffic offense was quickly dismissed. Our client pleaded guilty to the environmental charge which carried a $150 fine plus court costs.

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