A Real Example of DUI Charges Dismissed
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It is Possible to Have DUI Charges Dismissed
When choosing a DUI attorney, ask if they have ever taken a case to trial and had all DUI charges dismissed. Most attorneys that advertise make big claims that their “number one goal is to have your charges dismissed.” Ask your potential attorney if he has ever actually taken a case all the way and obtained a true dismissal.
Here is an example of a high-stakes case where a client asked Joshua P. Ward, Esq. to take the case to trial and WIN. Attorney Ward made good on that promise, and applied the skill and necessary expertise to obtain a dismissal after a trial in the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, before the Honorable Judge Kelly E. Bigley. Judge Bigley handles fifty percent of the Phoenix Docket, which is the specialized DUI Court for Allegheny County. Only an experienced DUI lawyer knows when and how to move for DUI charges dismissed.
See below to view the Preliminary Hearing Record and the Motion for Habeas Corpus Record. Upon presentation of this motion, and a trial, all DUI charges dismissed. The defendant walked away with no criminal consequences, no charges, no fines or penalties.
See our web page for additional ways to have DUI Charges Reduced or Dismissed.
If you are charged in a DUI, hire an attorney that has real trial experience. Hire an attorney that has a proven trial record. Do not settle for a high-pressure sales pitch and a fancy suit. Do not judge a lawyer solely by the quality of his advertising. Hire an attorney who has taken a case to trial and proven his client’s innocence. Call to speak directly with Attorney Joshua P. Ward today. 412-545-3015.
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