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Transporting Hazardous Materials and Traffic Control Device Charges for Commercial Driver Result in Non-Moving Violation

Our client is an experienced commercial driver and frequently transports hazardous materials.  While carrying a load, he was unable to travel around Columbus as required by law to do so while transporting hazardous materials. A Columbus Police Officer noticed him traveling through the city with hazardous materials and pulled him over for the potential violation. After confirming he did not have a point of origin or destination within the city, he charged him with a 1st degree misdemeanor for transporting hazardous materials through the city and also for violating a traffic control device.

Chase Mallory entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to the transporting hazardous materials and violating a traffic control device charges.  During pretrial conferences, he was able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the moving violation in exchange for a plea to the transporting hazardous materials charge.  This resulted in nothing being added to his traffic record and a small fine.

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