• Not Guilty Reckless Driving by Speed (130/55)

    Client was clocked by a State Trooper at 130/55 coming home from MGM in Maryland. Case proceeded to trial and due to an issue with the officer’s calibrations, no testimony regarding the speed was permitted resulting in a finding of Not Guilty

  • All Charges Dismissed by Prosecution Abduction (Felony), Obstruction of Justice, Domestic Assault and Battery

    Investigated case and showed the charge of Abduction was based upon a miscommunication between officer and complaining witness, convinced prosecutor to dismiss charge without hearing. Showed obstruction of justice predicated upon the client asserting his constitutional rights and dismissed by prosecutor as well. Domestic Assault and Battery eventually dismissed prior to trial as well.

  • Felonies Dismissed Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana (Felony), Hit and Run (Felony), Reckless Driving

    Client struck the side of another vehicle and drove from scene, stopping a short distance later. The driver of the other vehicle followed and called police. Police arrived and located a small amount of marijuna in the vehicle and a larger amount in a backpack a short distance away. Clearly belonged to passengers, convinced prosecution based on weaknesses of case and Community Service done by client to drop all felonies and only convict on Reckless Driving.

  • Charge Amended DUI and Refusal
    Excellent example of our proactive approach providing dividends. Had client complete substance abuse evaluation and recommended course thereafter, also provided information on exemplary career of PC prior to this incident. That program completion proved to be the basis the prosecutor determined a reduction of the charge was appropriate.
  • Charge Reduced Felony Hit and Run

    The allegation was the client had side swiped a truck while driving, and fled the scene. The government tried to claim the other truck was a total loss. The client testified that the other truck failed to stop after the accident, and she had been fully cooperative with the police.

  • Charge Reduced DUI and Refusal
    Client had an accident and was immediately arrested for DUI, blood test showed alcohol level above the legal limit. Showed the Commonwealth that there existed a strong probability of suppression of blood evidence due to lack of probable cause to arrest, case dropped to reckless with no license suspension.
  • Probation DWI 2nd in 5 with Elevated BAC

    Client entered plea of guilty to one count of a Straw Purchase of a Firearm (False statement on ATF form). Sentenced to 2 years probation with 8 months of home incarceration with timeouts for work, and other appointments as approved by Probation.-- Over the course of two separate days the client purchased 7 firearms for a friend he had known since Elementary School. The friend was a convicted felon and suspected member of a street gang. Client received $200-$500 per firearm as payment. Confessed to ATF agents prior to charges being brought.

  • Not Guilty Two Counts of Trespassing Dismissed

    Client was driving home from friends house and stopped for weaving. Performed well on SFTs and refused PBT and breath test back at station.

  • Not Guilty DWI and Refusal Charges Dismissed

    Client was driving home from friends house and stopped for weaving. Performed well on SFTs and refused PBT and breath test back at station.

  • Charges Dismissed Brandishing a Firearm

    Client had argument with ex-girlfriend and brandished a pistol by raising his shirt during the argument. The gun was not real but resembled a real firearm. Case resolved by paying victim her restitution and dismissed by an accord and satisfaction.

  • Not Guilty DWI and Refusal

    Client was coming home from a date after seeing a concert. He suffered from sleep disorders and feel asleep while driving. Performed well on SFSts, admitted to drinking two drinks, and refused a breath test at the station. After a 1 day jury was found not guilty of the DWI.

  • Charge Reduced DWI, Destruction of Property, Reckless Driving General

    Client was found after an accident passed out behind the wheel of his car. He was taken to the hospital and a search warrant was obtained for his blood. His blood results showed high levels of fentanyl in his system and cocaine.

  • Not Guilty DUI

    Prosecutor refused to make a plea offer of anything other than DUI conviction. Client pled not guilty, and the case went to trial. Found not guilty, and case dismissed.

  • Case Dismissed Domestic Assault and Battery Dismissed at Motion to Strike

    Client had argued with his wife and had been arrested after the police came sometime later. The client denied anything physical had occurred but the police did not believe him and arrested him for Domestic Assault. The wife testified at trial.

  • Not Guilty DWI Jury Trial
    A client charged with DWI after an accident in Stafford County and despite blowing a .09 on the breath test was acquitted by a Stafford County Jury in 2021. The jury acquitted the client after hearing evidence of the client’s lack of intoxication in interacting with independent witnesses on the accident scene. This coupled with the client’s fair performance on field sobriety testing and inconsistencies with the officer’s testimony all gave rise to reasonable doubt regarding the Client’s intoxication.
  • Deferred Disposition DWI Charge
    A client charged with DWI in a Northern Virginia jurisdiction will have the benefit of a reduction to Improper Driving provided they complete VASAP and community service. In an unprecedented disposition, prosecutors agreed based on the facts of the case and equities involved to reduce the charge to a traffic infraction if the client performs Community Service and completes VASAP. Huge Win for Client and Dischley Law.
  • Nolle Prosequi High Speed Reckless Driving Case
    Dischley Law attorneys were able to negotiate a nolle prosequi of a high speed (72/45) reckless driving case based on mitigation provided by the client and the unusual circumstances surrounding the client’s reason for speeding. Noting to the officer that she was being followed by an unknown driver and trying to create distance, the prosecutors viewed this as particularly mitigating and moved to dismiss her charge.