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STATE v. C.R.

Charge:  Operating After Suspension (OAS)

Maximum Penalty:  60 day loss of license; 6 months jail; $1,000.00 fine

Summary: The client had a looooong history of criminal traffic violations.  In fact, I represented the client on 2 prior OUI charges and had both of those previous charges reduced to Driving to Endanger.  Unfortunately, the client chose to drive while serving out a 30-day suspension on the last OUI drop down I achieved for the client and was stopped while under suspension.

Result:  Due in large part to my relationship with the DA on the case, I was able to convince the DA to place my client on deferred disposition in return for the completion of a substantial amount of community service and completion of a defensive driver program.  The case was ultimately dismissed and the client avoided being classified as a Habitual Offender by the State of Maine.

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