Circumventing the Interlock charge dismissed in District Court
Client charged with speeding and Circumventing the Interlock requirement by driving a vehicle that did not have the interlock. Client required to have the device in his car due to prior DUI in Kansas. At the pretrial hearing, I was able to get the Interlock charge dismissed, thereby saving the client an extra 90 days of restriction with the interlock. State law requires either an extension of 90 days or a restart of the entire restriction period under certain conditions. In this case, client avoided either penalty based on the dismissal. The speeding ticket resulted in a 6 month diversion.
Practice area(s): Speeding / Traffic Ticket