At the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, we are proud to help the criminally accused fight for their legal rights and protect their futures. To see for yourself the difference that we have been able to make in the lives of our clients, browse through our victories below!
BAC Breath .17 – 4th time DUI – Driving on suspended license – Hit & Run
West Orange County Justice Center – Department W15 Client fled the scene after traffic collision and was later found and detained by law enforcement. Law enforcement determined that client was driving at an unsafe speed for the dark conditions on the road and failed to stop before colliding into the rear of another vehicle. Police officers conducted a DUI investigation after detecting an odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from client’s breath. A check through the system revealed that there were three outstanding warrants for previous DUI cases and client was also on probation.
Defense and Result: After a significant amount of time was spent on reviewing all evidence in the case, several court appearance and many discussions with the District Attorney, an agreement was made that sentencing would run concurrent with all cases. The probation violation was dismissed, charges of driving without a valid license were dismissed, and the Failure to Appear charges were dismissed.
BAC Breath .09 – 1st DUI/Under 21/Zero Tolerance and Providing False Information to Police Officer
West Orange County Justice Center – Department W15 Client was driving a motorcycle and was pulled over by to law enforcement for allegedly failing to signal while changing lanes and for allegedly running a red light. Client was under 21 at the time of the stop. The officer documented symptoms of being under the influence, field sobriety test results and preliminary alcohol screening results. The officer formed an opinion that driver was under the influence of an alcoholic beverage leading to client’s arrest. Client was charged with 2 counts of driving under the influence and 1 count of unlawfully providing false information to the police officer.
Defense and Result: Defense attorney conducted thorough investigations and evidence review. Paperwork for a motion to suppress evidence hearing was filed and the hearing was heard in front of a Judge. Witnesses, including the police officer, were sworn in and testified. The motion to suppress evidence was granted and all 3 charges were dismissed.