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Our client was traveling through Columbus on his way back to North Carolina when his semi-truck was involved in a collision on the interstate. He was cited for an assured clear distance ahead violation. With nothing on his record and a need to keep it that way, he retained our team for representation.
Chase Mallory entered a not guilty plea on our client’s behalf and the assured clear distance ahead case was set for trial. After reviewing pictures and the traffic crash reports, it became evident there were problems with the prosecution’s case. The morning of trial, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the assured clear distance ahead charge against our client. Our client paid the court costs. He was able to keep his clean record intact.
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