STATE v. BC

The Result

Client paid court costs only

Client was charged with driving while license suspended, in violation of his business purposes only permit. Classified as a habitual traffic offender, the State was asking for a sentence of 60 days jail. Attorney drafted a motion that reversed client’s habitual traffic offender status, obtained his full license privilege, and advised the client to enter an open plea to the Judge. The Judge appreciated the fact that he was able to regain my client’s full license and reverse his habitual status and sentenced him to pay only court costs and nothing else.