Our recent successes

Speeding

After our client was charged with driving above the speed limit, we demonstrated that the police officer had probably detected the speed of another vehicle and our client was acquitted.

Using a cell phone while driving

After our client was charged with using a cell phone while driving a vehicle, we demonstrated to the court that our client was using a Bluetooth system in the vehicle. Our client was acquitted and avoided receiving several demerit points.

Restricted driver’s license for work purposes

Our client was working in the construction industry and lost his driver's license due to the accumulation of demerit points. We convinced the court to allow him to drive so he could keep his job.

Failure to stop at the scene of an accident

After our client was charged with failure to stop at the scene of an accident, we demonstrated to the court that the identity of the person driving the vehicle had not been proved beyond a reasonable doubt and our client was acquitted.

Failure to stop at the scene of an accident

Police officers wanted to question our client, who was under investigation for failure to stop at the scene of an accident. After advising our client and taking care of the case, no charges were filed.

Running a red light

After our client was charged with not stopping at a red light, we demonstrated to the court that the traffic light was yellow and our client avoided receiving 3 demerit points.

Seatbelt Violation

After our client was charged with not wearing a seatbelt, we demonstrated to the court that our client was wearing their seatbelt and that the police officer had poor visibility of it; our client was acquitted.

Failure to comply with the move-over law

After our client was charged with failure to comply with the Move-Over Law, we persuaded the prosecution to withdraw their case because several technical elements were missing from the evidence.

Failure to stop

After our Client was charged with failing to stop at a stop sign, we demonstrated that the stop sign was not compliant with regulations and the charge was withdrawn.

Endangering others

After our client was charged with jeopardizing the safety of others by dangerously changing lanes, we demonstrated to the court that the lane change was due to a mechanical problem and our client was acquitted.

Endangering others

After our client was charged with jeopardizing the safety of others because the police officer alleged a series of dangerous driving maneuvers, we cross-examined the police officer to demonstrate the contradictions in their statement and our client was acquitted.