RESULT: Possession of Marijuana case DISMISSED;
RESULT: DWI case REDUCED to Obstruction of a Highway.
J.C. was pulled over by a Texas State Trooper one night in Galveston County for speeding on the highway. J.C., under 21 years old at the time, admitted to the trooper that he had consumed a number of beers and smoked marijuana prior to driving.
J.C. performed standard field sobriety tests (SFST) and submitted to a breath sample that was over the legal limit. J.C. was arrested for DWI, and during a search incident to lawful arrest the trooper found marijuana in J.C.’s vehicle. J.C. was arrested and booked for DWI and possession of marijuana.
J.C. bonded out and attended court a few times without a lawyer. Getting nowhere and making no progress with this case, J.C. reset his case to hire a lawyer.
J.C. hired our Galveston County DWI Lawyers to represent him on the two cases. We immediately requested the dashcam arrest video from the Galveston County Criminal District Attorney’s Office and got to work on his case.
Through our firm’s diligent representation of J.C., we were able to get the Possession of Marijuanacase DISMISSED and got the DWI case reduced to an Obstruction of a Highway charge with a fine only. J.C. did no jail time, no probation, and never had to a see a jury.
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