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Our client was charged with a second offense OVI after being pulled over on Interstate 670 for a marked lanes violations. He was given a breath test and blew a .093. After teaming with attorney Chase Mallory to achieve the best possible outcome on his OVI, he was picked up and charged with another OVI. With two OVIs pending and a prior conviction, Chase Mallory entered not guilty pleas on behalf of our client and filed motions to suppress.
At the second suppression hearing date, Chase Mallory brought to attention of the prosecutor severe evidentiary problems and the difficulty the state would have at jury trial. Chase Mallory eventually negotiated a complete dismissal of one OVI and a plea to the second offense OVI as a stipulated first offense. Our client was sentenced to a one-year license suspension with limited driving privileges, three days in a Driver Intervention Program, and three days in jail.
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