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Our client drives for a living and as any CDL holder knows, a clean record is imperative. He was driving for a company who recently instituted a policy that would relieve any driver from their employment if they were convicted of any moving violation.
Our client was driving through a construction zone on Interstate 270, and due to the nature of the signs did not realize he was in a construction zone. He was stopped by a state trooper who issued him a ticket for speeding. He retained our firm as his employment was now in jeopardy.
Chase Mallory continued the arraignment several times and entered a plea of not guilty to the speeding charge. At the court trial, we negotiated a dismissal for payment of costs. This saved our client not only the points and a speeding conviction, but his career with the company.
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