Hessler Law P.C. often sees a variety of alcohol offenses including frequent operating a vehicle while intoxicated cases. A 30-year-old man from Marion County was recently charged with a Class A misdemeanor operating a vehicle while intoxicated after failing to stop at a checkpoint in the Indianapolis area. Law enforcement soon caught up to him and charged him accordingly. His license was immediately suspended as a result. The man had no prior convictions of any kind and was uneasy about an OVWI conviction on his unstained record. Looking for answers, he turned to Indianapolis criminal attorney Sean Hessler of Hessler Law P.C.
Attorney Hessler took it upon himself to see that his client got a fair result and responded to his concerns in a dedicated manner. Upon hiring Hessler Law P.C., the man got his driver’s license back immediately. After rounds of intense negotiations, our client received a lesser Class C misdemeanor offense with only 180 days of probation.
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