Recent Case Results

Disclaimer:  Previous case results are not a guarantee for future success.  Each case is fact specific.

10/11/17

Client facing 2 point speeding violation in Windham County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the case based on officer’s failure to produce evidence sufficient to support the charge.

9/27/17

Client facing 2 point interstate speeding violation in Windham County.  After pretrial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the offense to a Violation of a Village Ordinance, a 0 point, non-moving offense.

9/27/17

Client facing 3 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 15mph above posted speed limit.  After pretrial negotiations officer agreed to REDUCE the offense to a parking ticket, a 0 point, non-moving offense.

9/21/17

Client facing 3 point speeding violation in Rutland County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the case based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

9/18/17

Client facing Vermont DUI-Drugs offense for allegedly driving while under the influence of marijuana.  After defense motion was filed, the State agreed to DISMISS the case.

9/8/17

Client facing DUI charge, which carries with it a 90 day license suspension.  After pre-trial negotiations client plead guilty to a REDUCED offense of Negligent Operation and paid a fine.  License suspension was reduced from 90 days to 30 days.

9/6/17

Client facing five point speeding violation in Washington County.  If found guilty, Client would have faced mandatory license suspension.  After trial judge DISMISSED the case based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support that the speed limit was in fact what he alleged it to be.

“Well done, Gentlemen.  You have my esteem and my gratitude.  You also have my heartiest endorsement.  I will try not to take up too much space on your website or be too embarrassingly effusive in my praise.”-S.C. from VT

9/1/17

Client facing alleged violation of using hand held device while driving.  After trial, judge DISMISSED violation based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

8/28/17

Client facing 2 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling above posted speed limit on I-91 and also facing a possession of marijuana charge.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the both tickets based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charges.

8/28/17

Client facing 3 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 10mph above posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to REDUCE the offense to a defective equipment violation, a zero point, non-moving offense.

8/14/17

Four clients facing four separate speeding tickets in Windsor County.  After four trials, judge DISMISSED all four cases based on officer’s inability to present sufficient evidence to support the charges.

8/9/17

Client facing speeding and failure to yield to emergency vehicle violations in Windham County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED both violations, based on officer’s failure to introduce sufficient evidence to support either of the charges.

8/2/17

Two different clients, both facing speeding violations in Chittenden County.  After two separate trials, judge DISMISSED both cases based on officers failure to present sufficient evidence to support that his radar was in fact operating correctly at the time of the stop.

7/28/17

Client facing 2 point ticket for allegedly traveling over the posted 65 speed limit on Vermont Interstate 89.  After trial, the judge DISMISSED the case finding that the officer had fail to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

“I can’t thank Attorney Chadwick enough for what he has done for me. He was able to get my speeding violation completely dismissed. He handled almost everything from logistics to court appearances. I highly recommend this attorney for anyone who needs legal counsel in his area of expertise!” -A.H from VT

7/11/17

Client facing interstate speeding violation for allegedly traveling 25 mph over the posted speed limit while operating a passenger bus.  After trial, the judge DISMISSED the case based on Counsel’s argument that the officer had failed to properly certify the accuracy of the radar and therefore did not meet the state’s burden of proof.

7/11/17

Client facing interstate speeding violation for allegedly traveling 17mph over posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the case based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

6/29/17

Client facing 3 point speeding violation in Chittenden County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer REDUCED the charge to a “Manner of Display”, a 0 point, non-moving offense.

6/29/17

Client facing 2 point interstate speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a defective equipment violation, a 0 point, non-moving offense.

6/26/17

Client facing 18 month license suspension for an alleged DUI-Second Offense in Windham County.  After a final civil suspension hearing was held in Vermont Superior Court, judge DISMISSED the suspension based on counsel’s argument that the State’s 42 day rule was not complied with and therefore dismissal was required under the law.

“Thank you Evan!”-A.H. from Vermont

6/16/17

Client facing a violation of “Chains Required” in Bennington County., which carries with it a potential fine of over $1,000.  After trial, the judge DISMISSED the charge based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

6/2/17

Client facing 2 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 10mph above the posted speed limit in Bennington County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the case based on officer’s failure to produce sufficient evidence to support the charge.

5/22/17

Client facing 2 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 10mph above the posted speed limit on the interstate in Windsor County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the case based on officer’s failure to produce sufficient evidence to support the charge.

5/22/17

Client facing 5 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 20mph above the posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer REDUCED the charge to a violation a village ordinance, a 0 point, non-moving violation.

5/18/17

Client facing 3 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 10mph above the posted speed limit in Rutland County.  After trial, the judge DISMISSED the charge based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

5/18/17

Client facing 3 point speeding violation in Rutland County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer REDUCED the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a 0 point, non-moving offense.

5/10/17

Client facing 5 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 29 mph over posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a 0 point, non-moving offense.

5/1/17

Client facing 3-point speeding violation in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a zero point, non-moving offense.

“Evan and his team were incredibly professional and knowledgeable of our situation and provided clear recommendation and guidance to resolve. A few weeks later we received the best possible outcome and I would highly recommend his firm.”  – D.V. from CT.

5/1/17

Client facing 3-point speeding violation in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a zero point, non-moving offense.

“Awesome Evan- really appreciate !! 5⭐️ review!”-A.E. from NY.

5/1/17

Client facing a 2 point violation for allegedly traveling too fast for the conditions.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a parking ticket, a 0 point, non-moving offense.

“Thank you very much for the good news! I am delighted and relieved.”-U.W. from NH.

4/26/17

Client facing 2 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit in Windham County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the case based on officer’s failure  to introduce sufficient admissible evidence to uphold a conviction.

4/26/17

Client facing 2 point ticket for allegedly driving too fast for the conditions in Windham County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to DISMISS the charge.

4/12/17

Client facing 3-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to DISMISS the charge.

Great news Thanks a lot for your excellent effort. Good job! Mr .Chadwick has a good team of people helping make things right.-M.K. from NY

4/10/17

Client facing 2 violations for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit as well as operating without insurance in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to DISMISS the speeding violation and REDUCE the insurance violation to a failure to provide proof of instance, a 0 point non-moving offense.

4/10/17

Client facing five point speeding violation in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a 0 point, non-moving violation.

3/24/17

Client facing criminal violation for allegedly attempting to elude a law enforcement officer.  After pre-trial negotiations, the State agreed to DISMISS the charge.

3/17/17

Client facing 2 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over the posted speed limit on Interstate 89 in Orange County.  After trial the judge DISMISSED the case based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

3/8/17

Client facing 2 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 20 mph above the posted speed limit at the interstate in Windham County.  After trial, the Judge DISMISSED the case based on the officer’s failure to produce the proper evidence to support the charge.

That’s great news. I assume this means that I do not need to do anything from here. Thank you so much for all of your help. I really appreciate it. – E.S. from NY.

3/8/17

Client facing 3-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 15 mph above the posted speed limit in Wilmington.  After trial the judge DISMISSED the case based on the argument that the town ordinance did not satisfy the criteria to show that the speed limit in the area was in fact what the officer alleged.

3/8/17

Client facing 5-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 20 mph above the posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to DIMISS the charge if Client did not pick up another speeding ticket in the next 12 months (i.e. traffic ticket probation).

2/1/17

Client facing three different moving violations totaling a potential 11 points on her license.  After negotiations and a trial, client ended up with a total of four points on her license with one of the tickets being DISMISSED and the other two tickets being REDUCED to 2 point violations.

A thousand thank you! I will be sure to recommend you to all my lead-footed friends! A.W. from VT.

1/23/17

Client facing 3-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 61 mph in a 45 mph zone in Mount Tabor, Vermont.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a 0 point non-moving offense.

This is great news–thank you very much! I really appreciate your help with this traffic matter. I hope it will be another 20 years before I have another traffic violation to deal with!- B.W. from New Jersey

1/10/17

Client facing 3 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 49 mph in a 30 mph zone in Hancock, Vermont.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a 0 point, non-moving offense.

“I’ve been meaning to shoot you an email to thank you for the deal you gave me to fight my ticket. Robb did an excellent job. I was very happy with the outcome and will recommend your law firm when I have opportunities.”-C.G. from Vermont.

1/6/17

Client facing a 2-point Vermont speeding ticket for allegedly traveling 71 in a 55 mph zone on the interstate in Bennington County.  After trial the judge DISMISSED the case based on the officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

1/5/17

Client facing 2-point violation for motorist allegedly violating Vermont’s move over law in Washington County.  After trial, the case was DISMISSED based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

1/5/17

Client facing a 2 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 92 mph in a 65 mph zone on Interstate 89 in Washington County.  After trial the case was DISMISSED for officer’s failure to produce sufficient evidence to support the charge.

1/3/17

Client facing a 2 point violation for allegedly traveling 10 mph over posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After trial, the case was DISMISSED based on officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

1/3/17

Client facing 8 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 30 mph above the posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After pre-trail negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a 2 point violation.

12/20/16

Client facing 3-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit in Bennington County.  After pretrial negotiations, Officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a parking violation, a 0 point, non moving offense.

“Great job!’-M.D. from NY

12/13/16

Client facing 8-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 30 mph above posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a non-moving offense.

12/13/16

Client facing 3-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 15 mph above posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a non-moving offense that carried with it 0 points.

“this is def better than the original offense .. thank you so much”- C.I from NY 

12/2/16

Client facing 2-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 10 mph over posted speed limit in Bennington County.  After pre-trial negotiations, Officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a 0 point, non-moving offense.

12/1/16

Client facing 3 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 11-20 mph over posted speed limit in Washington County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the case for the officer’s lack of producing sufficient evidence to support the charge.

11/9/16

Client facing 3 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over the posted speed limit.  After trial, the judge DISMISSED the case based on the officer’s failure to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

“WooHoo!! Thank you so much.” K.S. from CT.

10/28/16

Client facing 2 point speeding violation for allegedly speeding on the interstate in Orange County.  After pre-trial negotiations Officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a Village Ordinance Violation, a 0 point, non-moving violation.

10/26/16

Client facing 3 point speeding violation for traveling 10 mph over posted speed limit in Windham County.  After pre-trial negotiations Officer agreed to DISMISS the charge.

10/25/16

Client facing 3 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 10-20mph over posted speed limit in Addison County.  After pre-trial negotiations Officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to Defective Equipment, a 0 point, non moving offense.

“I‘m not sure if I took the time to thank you and everyone involved in your group that worked on getting a non moving violation outcome for my daughter Kelsie. It is much appreciated and thanks to everyone for their efforts. I hope to not need your expertise again, but, if I do I won’t hesitate to contact you.”-S.C. from VT

10/17/16

Client, who is a long distance truck driver, was facing 3 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over the posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to DISMISS the charge.

10/17/16

Client facing 3 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 15 mph above the posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, Officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to an equipment infraction, a non-moving, zero point offense.

10/5/16

Client facing 2 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 90 mph on the interstate in Windham County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a defective equipment violation, a 0 point, nonmoving offense.

“Thank you so much Evan. I’m glad I found you.”  R.A. from California.

9/28/16

Client facing three point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit in Windham County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the charge based on questions raised as to the Doplar Radar’s reliability.

9/14/16

Client facing a charge of Operating Without Valid Driver’s License in Windham County.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to DISMISS the charge.

8/26/16

Client facing 3-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 10-15 mph over posted speed limit in Rutland County.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to amend the violation to an equipment violation, a zero point, non-moving offense.

“Thank you again for the help!” J.R. from CT

8/25/16

Client facing 3-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 15-20 mph over posted speed limit in Rutland County.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the case based on officer’s failing to introduce sufficient evidence to support the charge.

8/23/16

Client facing 3-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 10-15 mph over posted speed limit in Addison County.  After trial, the judge DISMISSED the charge based on the officer failing to provide sufficient evidence to support the charge.

“Wow!  That’s wonderful – thanks so much.  I would love to know how you did it”-S.G. from NY

8/17/16

Client facing an alleged violation of failure to maintain lane in a single vehicle accident, a two point violation.  After pre-trial negotiations, the officer agreed to DISMISS the charge.

“Well done!  Good timing, too”-S.G. from VT

8/17/16

Client facing three point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 19 mph over posted speed limit in Windham County.  After pre-trial negotiations, Officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a zero point, non-moving violation.

“Thank you Evan”-D.M. from CT

7/20/16

Client facing a three point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit in Putney, Vermont.  After pre-trial negotiations, Officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a local ordinance, a zero point violation.

“OK, I do see that.  Great! And great work, too.” J.O from Connecticut.

7/20/16

Client facing two violations, one for failure to carry liability insurance and one for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer DISMISSED the insurance violation and amended the speeding violation to traveling 1-10 mph over the posted speed limit, a 2 point infraction.

7/11/16

Junior Operator facing 3 point speeding violation, which carries with it a 90 day license suspension if convicted.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to DISMISS the charge if Client did not pick up another violation for 6 months i.e. traffic ticket probation.

“We received your message last night. T understands what you said. Thank you for your help.”  M.K from Vermont.

7/1/16

Client facing minor in possession of marijuana charge which carries with it a 90 day license suspension.  After negotiations with officer, the case was DISMISSED allowing Client to maintain his driving privileges.

6/14/16

Client facing two moving violations totaling a potential of 5 points.  Due to client’s previous driving history, if convicted,  client would be facing license suspension.  After pre-trial negotiations, officers agreed to DISMISS one of the charges and REDUCE the other charge to a 2-point violation, allowing client to avoid license suspension.

6/7/16

Long distance trucker facing 3-point violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit in Middleburg, Vermont.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to DISMISS the charge.

6/7/16

Client facing five-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 20 mph over posted speed limit in Ludlow, Vermont.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the charge based on officer’s failure to present admissible evidence to support the charge.

5/31/16

Client facing 2-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 1-10 mph over posted speed limit in Addison, Vermont.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a zero point, non-moving violation.

5/25/16

CDL driver facing 2 point violation for allegedly failing to maintain his lane.  After trial, judge DISMISSED the charge for lack of admissible evidence to support the charge.

5/25/16

Client facing 3-point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to an equipment violation, a non-moving, zero point offense.

5/17/16

Client facing 3-point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to continue the case for one year.  If Client did not pick up another violation in that year time, officer would DISMISS the charge at the end of the term (i.e. traffic ticket probation).

5/16/16

Client facing 3-point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negations, officer agreed to REDUCE the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a zero point, non-moving offense.

5/16/16

Client facing 5-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 20 mph over posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negations, Officer agreed to REDUCE the offense to a 2-point speeding violation (1-10 mph over speed limit).

“thanks for the follow up and 2 points is definitely better than 5.”-N.L. from N.Y.

4/13/16

Client facing 3 point speeding violation.  After trial Judge dismissed the charge based on a failure of the officer to present specific evidence that supported that the speed limit was in fact what was alleged.

4/12/16

Client facing 3 point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations, client plead no-contest to a reduced violation of a village ordinance, a zero point infraction.

4/11/16

Client facing 3 point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations, client plead no-contest to a reduced violation of a village ordinance, a zero point infraction.

“Thank you so much for your help, I certainly couldn’t have done that without you. I will pay off that ticket ASAP and surly give your name credit. You are the man, and thanks again!!” E.M. from CT.

3/16/16

Client facing fraudulent use of a driver’s license charge.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to dismiss the charge.

“Thats awesome! Thank you so much! This dismissal means so much for my future plans.” J.L. from MA

3/15/16

Client charged with 2 point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negations, Officer agreed to reduce the charge to a violation of a village ordinance, a 0 point violation.

2/5/16

Client facing 2-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 1-10 mph over speed limit in Bennington County.  After pre-trial negotiations, Client plead no contest to a reduced offense of an equipment violation, a zero point, non-moving offense.

“That is good news, thank you very much.”-M.D. from NY.

2/2/16

Client facing 3-point violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit in Windsor County.  After pre-trial negotiations, agreement was reached to have client plead to a reduced offense of violation of a village ordinance, a 0 point violation.

“Thank you very much. Thanks for your efforts”.-J.F. from CT.

1/12/16

Client facing 2-point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 1-10 mph over posted speed limit in Addison County.  After pre-trial negotiations, Client plead to a reduced charge of an equipment violation, a zero point, non-moving offense.

1/12/16

Client facing 5 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 30 mph over posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations, agreement was reached for Client to plead to a reduced offense of driving 1-10 mph over speed limit, a two point infraction.

“Hi Evan, Great news. Thank you.”-J.L from New York

1/6/16

Client facing 3 point violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over the posted speed limit.  After trial, Judge dismissed the charge for lack of admissible evidence to support the allegation.

1/5/15

Client facing 5 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling over 20 miles over the posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations agreement was reached where Client plead no contest to a 2 point violation and a reduction in the fine from $220 to $150.

12/29/15

Client facing three point speeding violation for traveling 15mph over speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations agreement was reached for Client to plead to an equipment violation, a zero point, non-moving offense.

“Thanks a lot Evan. S.K. from New York”

12/1/15

Client facing DUI charge in Windham County.  After pre-trial negotiations, DUI charge was dismissed.

11/19/15

Client facing 8 point speeding violation for traveling over 30 mph over posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations Officer dismissed the charge.

“Sweet. You made my life easier. Thank you for all your help.”-S.C. from Rhode Island

10/19/15

Junior Operator facing 3 point speeding ticket, which if convicted would have resulted in 90 day license suspension.  After trial judge dismissed  the case for lack of admissible evidence presented to support the charge.

“Wow! Wonderful! How did you pull that off…!!!?”-J.P from New Hampshire

10/13/15

Client facing 3-point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to waive the points, turning the violation into a zero point violation.

10/1/15

Client facing Vermont DUI-First Offense charge after he was arrested while walking in parking lot next to vehicle.  After motion to dismiss was filed by Defense Counsel, the State agreed to dismiss the DUI without the need for an evidentiary hearing.

8/27/15

Client facing 3-point speeding violation.  On attorney motion, judge dismissed case for lack of sufficient evidence to support the charge.

8/21/15

Client facing 2-point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations, plea deal was reached where Client would plead no contest to an equipment violation (non-moving, 0 points).

8/12/15

Client facing 2 major Department of Transportation violations.  On attorney motion, Judge dismissed both violations for failure to produce sufficient evidence to support the charges.

7/8/15

Client facing 3-point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations officer agreed to dismiss the charge.

“Evan, thanks so much for this great result!  I appreciate it and will mind my speed when in VT!-D.I from New York”

7/8/15

Client facing 2-point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to amend charge to an equipment violation, a zero point, non-moving violation.

Client Testimonial

Thanks Evan, Appreciate your help in this matter.  W.S. from Connecticut

7/8/15

Client facing 3-point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations, officer agreed to amend charge to an equipment violation, a zero point, non-moving violation.

6/30/15

Client facing three-point speeding violation in Windsor County.  After trial, judge dismissed the case for lack of sufficient evidence to support the charge.

5/21/15

Junior Operator facing 3-point Vermont speeding violation.  If convicted of the charge, the operator would have sustained a 90 day license suspension.  After pre-trial negotiations the officer agreed to dismiss the charge.

Client Testimonial

“Evan, thank you so much for your representation & assistance! I appreciate all you’ve done!”-S.C. from Vermont

5/15/15

Client facing 3-point Vermont speeding violation.  On pre-trial motion judge dismissed the case for failure to prosecute case in timely manner.

5/4/15

Client facing 2-point speeding violation in Bennington County.  After trial judge dismissed the charge after it was found that the officer failed to present sufficient evidence to support the charge.

4/22/15

Client facing charge of running red light based not on the Trooper’s own account, but that of third party witnesses.  After trial judge dismissed the case for lack of admissible evidence to support the charge.

4/15/15

Client facing 5 point speeding violation and 2 point limitations on passing violation.  After pre-trial negotiations the case was dismissed.

Client Testimonial:

“Evan, that is wonderful news and thank you for the help. While I hope there is no need, I will make sure to recommend you in the future.”-D.K from New York 

4/10/15

Client facing 5 point speeding violation.  After trial case was dismissed for lack of admissible evidence.

4/8/15

Client facing 3 point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations client plead no-contest to a reduced 2 point violation, where the judge agreed to waive the points “in the interest of justice”.

4/3/15

Client facing 3 point violation for allegedly traveling 15 mph over posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations Client plead no-contest to a reduced charge of traveling 1-10 mph over the posted speed limit, a 2 point infraction.  Further, after attorney motion, the 2 points were waived by the judge based on specific factors in the case.

Wow! Great news! Thank you so much, Evan-V.D. from Vermont

4/2/15

Client facing 5 point speeding violation for allegedly traveling 25 mph over posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations, Client plead no-contest to reduced charge of traveling 1-10 mph over speed limit, a 2 point infraction.

3/25/15

Judgement for State after 3 point speeding violation hearing, after Attorney Motion, Court agreed to waive the points “in the interest of justice”.

Client Testimonial:

Hi Evan, Thanks so much for your help! Getting the points waived is still a very good result for me. J.H. from Connecticut.

3/24/15

Client charged with 5 point speeding violation for traveling 20-30 mph over posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations Client plead no-contest to reduced charge of traveling 1-10 mph over speed limit, a two point violation.

3/5/15

Client charged with 5-point speeding violation for traveling over 20mph above posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations, Client plead no-contest to reduced charge of traveling 1-10 mph over speed limit, a two point violation.

2/23/15

Client facing 5-point speeding violation for traveling over 20mph past the posted speed limit.  After pre-trial negotiations, Client plead no-contest to a reduced 2-point violation with a $99 fine.

2/20/15

Client charged with obstructing emergency vehicle.  After trial, case was dismissed for lack of evidence presented to support the charge.

1/14/15

Client charged with underage consumption of alcohol while operating a motor vehicle, which carries with it a 6 month license suspension.   After trial, the Windham County judge found Client not-guilty on the basis that the officer may not have followed proper protocol in administering the breath test, which put into question the validity of its reading that showed the Client over the legal limit.

1/12/15

Client charged with 3 point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations client plead guilty to a reduced charge of a parking violation, a zero point, non-moving violation.

Client Testimonial:

“Awesome news Evan.  We very much appreciate your help in this matter. ” S.M. from New York

12/22/14

Client charged with 2 point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations, Client plead no-contest to defective equipment violation, a non-moving, zero point violation.

Client testimonial:

“Evan, that is a great result!!! Thanks so much.” M.F. from Florida

12/19/14

Client charged with DUI facing up to a 6 month license suspension.  After Pre-Trial Negotiations, client plead guilty to reduced charge of Gross Negligent Operation with 30 day license suspension.

12/12/14

Client facing 3 point speeding violation.   After pre-trial conference, charge reduced to defective equipment violation, a non-moving violation with zero points.

12/9/14

Client facing 3 point speeding violation. After pre-trial negotiations case was dismissed.

Client testimonial:

Attorney Chadwick, I can’t thank you enough!”  V.R. from Massachusetts

11/13/14

Client facing 2 point speeding violation.  After trial, case was dismissed by judge.

10/15/14

Client facing 2 point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations Client plead to reduced charge of defective equipment, a non-moving violation with zero points.

Client Testimonial:

Evan this is fantastic news. Thank you very much for your representation today, I am very impressed with your results.  Hopefully I won’t need to use you again, but if I do you will be my first call.”  D.B. from New Jersey.

10/10/14

Client facing 2 point speeding violation.  After pre-trial negotiations Client plead to reduced charge of defective equipment, a non-moving violation with zero points.

10/9/14

Client facing DUI charge with 90 day license suspension.  After pre-trial negotiations Client plead to reduced charge of Careless and Negligent Operation with 30 day license suspension.

10/8/14

Junior operator facing 6 point speeding ticket with accompanying 90 day license suspension.  After pre-trial negotiations, agreement reached for Operator to plead to reduced 2 point infraction with no license suspension.

Client Testimonial

“Hi Evan: Thank you again for all you did for our son.  It was greatly appreciated and such a relief.”  J.D. from Vermont  

9/20/14

Client facing DUI charge and 90 day license suspension.  Case negotiated to a reduced charge of Gross Negligent Operation with a 30 day license suspension.

9/17/14

Client charged with traveling 45 MPH in a 25 MPH zone.   Client facing $300 fine and 4 points on his license.  Judge dismissed the case after trial, after officer acknowledged under cross examination that the radar’s calibration certificate had expired, which put into question the accuracy of its reading.

9/10/14

Case dismissed after Attorney motion based on officer presenting insufficient evidence to support the charge that Client had passed unsafely, when officer did not observe the pass but instead spoke with another motorist who alleged that Defendant passed in a no passing zone.

7/9/14

4 point speeding violation reduced to a zero point violation after pre-trial negotiations.

6/18/14…

Defendant was under the age of 21 when found to have consumed alcohol.  Was facing a 6 month license suspension and $400 fine.  After settlement discussions, the State agreed to reduce the charge to a zero point violation and a $100 fine.

5/6/14

Vermont State Trooper alleged that Defendant failed to use turn signal when pulling back into the right lane on Vermont Interstate 91.  Judge dismissed the charge after officer failed to state whether Defendant could have used another form of turn signal besides his blinker.

Disclaimer:  Previous case results are not a guarantee for future success.  Each case is fact specific.

 

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