A 30-year-old IT manager was recently stopped for speeding after leaving a sporting event. The officers noted that he was swerving and investigated him for OVWI. The man refused the chemical test and ultimately charged with driving while impaired. The DA was pursuing a harsh penalty and initially wouldn’t offer a reasonable reduction.
Criminal lawyer Hessler continued to negotiate and eventually resolved the matter for time served and the standard license suspension for his client’s test refusal. However, he saw no heightened penalties and could easily move on from the incident.
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