Our client was pulled over and charged with driving on a suspended license, which was taken away for various violations, including failure to pay prior fines, court costs, a previous DUI, and back child support. This is a second-degree misdemeanor and potentially exposed him to 60 days in county jail.

The prosecution initially wanted him to serve the entire 60-day maximum sentence. However, we worked with our client and advised him to pay off all of his fines, court costs, and get caught up on child support. We helped with this by continuing the case and giving him the time he needed.

Once his financial obligations were met, we negotiated for a resolution that did not include jail time or any probation.

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