Driving Without A License Case DismissedOct 02 2015 in Case Results, Criminal Traffic Offenses
We were recently contacted by a stripper in Georgia who had a warrant out of Pennsylvania. She was charged with a 2nd degree misdemeanor for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and a driving without a license charge. With an out-of-state warrant, it’s necessary to appear here for an arraignment and then lift the warrant, set the bond and bail and schedule the preliminary hearing. Criminal defense attorney Samir Sarna was able to work it out with the judge so our client was able to come in only once and get the warrant cleared before the preliminary hearing. The judge found that there was not enough evidence. The case was dismissed but she was found guilty of a summary disorderly conduct. She was required to pay a $150 fine plus court fees which she was able to pay off right away. The results let her get the job she wanted, all within one trip.
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