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Nurse Charged with OVI Per Se and Open Container

Our client, a mother and RN, was charged with an OVI and OVI Per Se (high tier) after blowing over three times the legal limit.  As a mother and a professional, she needed to avoid the mandatory jail time associated with the charge as well as the yellow plates.

Chase Mallory met with the family the day after she was arrested on a Saturday.  After discussing the legal issues and the possible collateral consequences with the nursing board of an OVI per se conviction, she retained our firm.

We entered a not guilty plea and scheduled the matter for pretrial.  Taking a proactive approach, our client completed the driver intervention program prior to the pretrial.  By the first pretrial, Chase Mallory had negotiated a dismissal of the OVI per se and the open container charges in exchange for a plea to a first offense OVI.  Our client avoided jail, yellow plates, and probation despite testing in excess of three times the legal limit.

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