March 2001 Cases Handled by Speeding Ticket Defense Attorneys
Below are examples of the actual cases our attorneys have handled. Although we cannot guarantee a particular result in any case, our lawyers have an excellent track record in the resolution of speeding tickets and nearly all civil and criminal traffic violations.
March 2001 Brighton District Court judges appeal. A 53-year-old Connecticut man was found responsible by a clerk magistrate on a Mass. Pike "fast lane" ticket, 41 in a 15. Attorney Nathan was not hired for the clerk's hearing but was hired for the trial. There was no trial because a judge dismissed the case on motion for sanctions for failure of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Police to furnish counsel with exculpatory evidence.
March 2001 Waltham District Court. a 43-year-old housewife and mother of three is charged criminally with operating on an out-of-state license and red light violation. The entire criminal complaint was dismissed including the red light violation. There was no surcharge imposed on the insurance premium
March 2001 The Kingston Police Department respond to a four vehicle collision and issue an immediate threat license revocation against the person responsible for the accident on the grounds for that the operator sustained a blackout caused by low blood sugar (diabetes). The registry could have revoked the operator's license for six months on the grounds of the loss of consciousness; The attorney precluded a license loss at the hearing.
March 2001 A Bolton man, previously responsible on two speeding tickets, is cited for 84 mph in a 65 (Rt. 89N in New Hamsphire). Working with local counsel and enrolling in a national safe driver course the government withdrew the ticket and the client was spared a 30-day license loss in Mass.
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