Our Recent Results

Every case is unique. Prospective clients may not obtain the same outcome or similar results based on the particular facts and the law applicable in each case. Nothing contained on this website should be interpreted as a guarantee or prediction regarding the outcome of a specific legal matter.

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

9/21/21

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for running a red light and was ultimately charged with a second DUI offense where the prior conviction ocurred less than 6 months before this incident. As a result, the client was facing a minimum jail sentence and a 5 year loss of license. Mr. Sullivan did a full analysis of the evidence and discovered several legal issues with the State’s evidence. With the client’s consent, Mr. Sullivan used these legal issues to leverage a favorable resolution that avoided a conviction for DUI, a loss of license and jail time.

Case #ADW4EXE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

8/25/21

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for running a stop sign. Subsequent to the stop, our client performed below average on FSE’s. Because she had just finished a shift at work, she was quite fatigued. The deputy elected to place our client under arrest for DUI. Our client submitted to breath testing which yielded results that were both above the legal limit of .08 and the enhancement level of .15. Mr. Sullivan discovered issues with the machine that called into question the reliability of the results. This evidence was presented to the State Attorney’s Office and it agreed to reduce the charge of DUI Above .15 to Reckless Driving.

Case #AD0B7NE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving; Racing on a Highway Reduced to Careless Driving

8/25/21

SUmmary:

Client was stopped by law enforcement for allegedly racing another vehicle at excessive speeds on Gulf to Bay Blvd. Subsequent to the stop, law enforcement detected indicators of impairment and conducted a DUI investigation. Our client performed well on the tasks, but was nevertheless arrested for DUI and Racing on a Highway. Inasmuch as both offenses result in a license revocation, it was imperative that both charges be reduced to avoid our client losing his license. Mr. Sullivan was successful in convincing the State to reduce both charges, in large part due to our client’s proactive attitude in completing assignments that Mr. Sullivan provided him with.

Case #ADVMM3E

Result:

DUI reduced to Reckless Driving

8/25/21

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for driving through a safety zone. Subsequent to the stop, law enforcement alleged that they observed indicators of impairment and had our client performed field sobriety exercises. She performed above-average on the tasks. Nevertheless, law enforcement placed her under arrest. Subsequent to arrest, she declined to submit to breath testing. Mr. Sullivan provided a mitigation packet to the State and it agreed to reduce the DUI offense to Reckless Driving despite it being our client’s second arrest for DUI.

Case #ADDDHZE

Result:

DUI reduced to Reckless Driving – Adjudication Withheld

8/24/21

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for speeding. Law enforcement believed he was impaired and performed Field Sobriety Tests. Despite an above-average performance on the tests, the officer arrested our client for DUI. Subsequent to arrest, client provided breath results of .08/.07. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation ot the State Attorney’s Office and they agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving and Withhold Adjudication. This means that when his sentence is complete, our client will be eligible to seal the record of arrest.

Case #ADW4GKE

Result:

DUI reduced to Reckless Driving; Possession of Cocaine charge dismissed

8/11/21

SUmmary:

Client was involved in a single vehicle accident. Law enforcement arrived at the scene and placed the client under arrest for DUI. Breath results were slightly above the legal limit. In a search incident to arrest, our client was found to be in possession of a small amount of cocaine. This was our client’s second arrest for DUI. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation to the State, which ultimately resulted in a dismissal of the felony cocaine charge and a reduction of the DUI to Reckless Driving

Case #20-01107-CF

Result:

DUI reduced to Reckless Driving

8/5/21

SUmmary:

Client was charged with a DUI offense following a single vehicle accident. The client refused roadside field sobriety exercises and similarly refused to submit to breath testing. After mitigation was submitted to the State Attorney’s Office, the State agreed to reduce the charge of DUI to Reckless Driving.
Case #AD0BDTD

Result:

DUI

6/30/21

SUmmary:

Client was charged with a DUI offense that was a third offense occurring within 10 years of a felony. As a result, client was facing mandatory jail time, a 10 year loss of license, and the potential of a felony conviction. Mr. Sullivan negotiated with the state in a way that resulted in a plea that was not a felony, only a 6 month loss of license and no jail time whatsoever.

Case #AEBLLS3E

Result:

DUI reduced to Reckless Driving

5/25/21

SUmmary:

Our client was involved in a traffic accident in which he was alleged to have left the scene of an accident. A subsequent investigation led to our client’s arrest for DUI. He provided breath alcohol samples with results of .13/.12. Mr. Sullivan performed a thorough analysis of the Intoxilyzer. Due in part to some of the problems Mr. Sullivan found with the machine, the State agreed to reduce the DUI to Reckless Driving.

Case #AAM745E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

5/18/21

SUmmary:

Our client was stopped for speeding on 4th Street in St. Petersburg in an area where the speed limit had just changed. She declined breath testing and field sobriety testing, This was a second offense DUI arrest. The State agreed to reduce the charge from DUI to Reckless Driving.

Case #AAM71RE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

5/6/21

SUmmary:

Our client was stopped for speeding on 4th Street in St. Petersburg in an area where the speed limit had just changed. She declined breath testing and field sobriety testing, This was a second offense DUI arrest. The State agreed to reduce the charge from DUI to Reckless Driving.

Case #ADW48HE

Result:

DUI Above .15 Reduced to a DUI Below .15

4/1/21

SUmmary:

Our client was involved in a minor traffic accident. Subsequent to the crash investigation, law enforcement conducted a DUI investigation for which our client was ultimately arrested. He submitted to breath testing, which revealed results that were above the enhancement level of .15. Mr. Sullivan presented a scientific argument demonstrating what our client’s blood alcohol level would have been at the time of the accident and the State agreed to reduce the charge.

Case #ADDBAEE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

4/1/21

SUmmary:

Our client was stopped for a traffic infraction. He exhibited some indicators of impairment and performed moderately on FSE’s. He declined to submit to breath testing and field sobriety tests. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation to the State Attorney’s Office and they ultimately agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.

Case #ADDBX0E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

4/1/21

SUmmary:

Our client was stopped after law enforcement observed her “tailgating” another motorist near the beach. The deputy noticed an odor of alcohol and elected to conduct a DUI investigation. Our client refused field sobriety exercises and breath testing. Mr. Sullivan presented a mitigation packet and the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.

Case #ADGFB1E

Result:

DUI Above .15 Reduced to a DUI Below .15

3/11/21

SUmmary:

Client was involved in a minor traffic accident. Following a DUI investigation and arrest, she provided breath results which were .21 and .20. Her primary objective was to avoid a requirement that she install an ignition interlock in her device. Through various scientific arguments, Mr. Sullivan was able to convince the State Attorney that her breath alcohol level would have been .14 or less at the time of driving.
Case #ACGIOSE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

3/4/21

SUmmary:

Client was pulled over for speeding. He performed above-average on FSE’s and submitted to breath testing. He also submitted to urine testing that showed the presence of a controlled substance. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation to the State and they agreed to reduce the charge from DUI to Reckless Driving.
Case #ACGIOSE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/26/21

SUmmary:

Client was pulled over for weaving on his motorcycle. Client was a CDL holder, so a conviction for DUI would disrupt his livelihood. Client performed slightly below average on FSE’s and submitted a breath result that was .13. Mr. Sullivan submitted a mitigation packet to the state attorney outlining problems with the case as well as the disproportionate effects that a DUI conviction would have on our client. Based upon this thorough analysis, the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.

Case #AD0B8VE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/25/21

SUmmary:

Client was involved in a minor traffic accident. Law enforcement responded and suspected that the client was impaired. She was placed under arrest and subsequent to arrest she provided breath results of .000. She then provided urine that showed the presence of certain prescription medications. Mr. Sullivan found many problems with the case and presented that to the State. The State agreed to reduce the charges with no probation or classes, and no conviction. This means that the client is now eligible to pursue a sealing of the official government records.

Case #ADGFB1E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/24/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was involved in a minor rear-end collisioin for which he was determined to be at fault. Law enforcement arrived on the scene and elected to conduct a DUI investigation after observing what they believed to be indicators of impairment. The client declined to submit to field sobriety tests, and subsequently declined to submit to breath testing. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, making this the client’s second DUI arrest. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation to the State and they agreed to reduce the charges from DUI to Reckless Driving.

Case #AAM77CE

Result:

DUI Above .15 Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/17/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was stopped for a “move over act” violation. He subsequenty performed above-average on FSE’s but was nevertheless arrested. Subsequent to his arrest, he provided breath samples that were slightly more than two times the legal limit with results of .17/.17. Mr. Sullivan conducted a forensic examination of the records associated with the machine and discovered a multitude of issues which called into question the reliability of the results. Mr. Sullivan set the case for jury trial. The State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AALGJJE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/11/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was involved in a rear-end collission. She was transported to a local hospital to be medically cleared. The officer believed that she was impaired and requested a blood sample. The client declined. Mr. Sullivan presented varoius legal arguments regarding the illegality of law enforcement’s request for blood. The State agreed to reduce the charge.
Case #ACEV7TE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

2/11/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was involved in a minor traffic accident. The police investigated and believed that the defendant was impaired. Subsequent to arrest, the Defendant submitted to breath testing. The State ultimately agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving based upon mitigation submitted by Mr. Sullivan.

Case #ABSKE4E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/11/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was involved in an unusual altercation where he attempted to prevent a tow truck driver from towing his girlfriend’s vehicle. Police were called and he was investigated for DUI. Because of his size and physical limitations, he performed poorly on FSE’s. He subsequently provided a breath sample. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation and the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #ADDB7GE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

2/11/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was stopped for a traffic infraction for failing to come to a complete stop at a stop sign. Defendant performed above average on FSE’s. Nevertheless, he was arrested for DUI. Subsequent to his arrest, he declined to provide a breath sample. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation and the State agreed to reduce the charge.
Case #AD0AVTE

Result:

DUI Above .15 Reduced to DUI Below .1

2/11/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was involved in an alleged reckless driving episode. When law enforcement made contact with him, they detected indicators of impairment and placed him under arrest for DUI. Subsequent breath testing revealed a BAC above .15. Mr. Sullivan presented scientific evidence demonstrating that he was below .15 at the time of driving. The state agreed and treated his case as a below .15 disposition. This allowed the client to avoid a mandatory 6 month interlock.
Case #ACEV8QE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/11/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was stopped leaving his employment as a bartender after the police observed a traffic infraction. The police smelled alcohol on his breath and conducted a DUI investigation. Client performed above-average on FSE’s. He ultimately was arrested and provided a breath sample of .14. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation and scientific evidence of what his BAC would have been at the time of driving. Based upon these factors, the State agreed to reduce the charge.

Case #AD0B23E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

2/11/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was charged with a DUI following a stop for a traffic infraction. He performed above-average on FSE’s and submitted to breath testing post arrest. The State agreed to amend the charge from DUI to Reckless Driving after receiving a mitigation packet from our office.
Case #ACS0V3E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/11/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was charged with a second offense DUI. An anonymous citizen reported that she was impaired leaving a bar. Subsequent to her arrest, she declined to submit to breath testing. After a two year legal battle challenging the legality of the traffic stop, the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving
Case #AALG3WE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/10/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was stopped for cutting off a police officer. The officer smelled alcohol and elected to conduct a DUI investigation. He was arrested and his BAC was .110. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation to the State, which included health issues, professional achievements and letters of support. The State ultimately determined that this was an isolated incident and that the best interests of justice supported a reduction to Reckless Driving
Case #AD0B6OE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/9/21

SUmmary:

Defendant was arrested for DUI after law enforcement found him asleep at an intersection. After his arrest, he provided a breath sample that was a .150. Mr. Sullivan presented various issues with the case and mitigation. The State agreed to amend the charge to Reckless Driving based upon Mr. Sullivan’s presentation.

Case #ADBM9IE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

2/4/21

SUmmary:

Client was charged with DUI after a citizen reported that she was impaired at a local restaurant. Law enforcement conducted a traffic stop based upon the tip and client was arrested for DUI. Subsequent breath testing revealed breath results that were slightly above the .08 level. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation, pointed out issues with the investigation, and provided scientific evidence demonstrating that her BAC would have been below .08 at the time of driving. The State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AD0B28E

Result:

DUI Above .15 Reduced to DUI Below .15

2/4/21

SUmmary:

Client was charged with a DUI with a BAC of .221. Mr. Sullivan presented scientific evidence to the State demonstrating that his BAC would have been lower at the time of driving. The State agreed to treat the BAC as being below .15. This concession saved the client fine money and allowed him to avoid the mandatory placement of an ignition interlock on his vehicle.

Case #AC873HE

Result:

DUI above .15 Reduced to DUI below .15

2/4/21

SUmmary:

Client was charged with a DUI with a BAC above the .15 enhancement level. Mr. Sullivan presented scientific evidence to the State demonstrating that his BAC would have been lower at the time of driving. The State agreed to treat the BAC as being below .15. This concession saved the client fine money and allowed him to avoid the mandatory placement of an ignition interlock on his vehicle.
Case #AAM725E

Result:

DUI above .15 Reduced to DUI Below .15

2/4/21

SUmmary:

Client was charged with a DUI with a BAC of .199. Mr. Sullivan presented scientific evidence to the State demonstrating that her BAC would have been lower at the time of driving. The State agreed to treat the BAC as being below .15. This concession saved the client fine money and allowed her to avoid the mandatory placement of an ignition interlock on her vehicle.
Case #AD0AYTE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

1/26/21

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for drifting over the lane line. He declined to submit to field sobriety exercises and similarly declined to submit to breath testing. Our office asserted a defense that the client was merely fatigued at the time of arrest and not impaired. We submitted employment records that demonstrated that the client had worked an 80 hour work week. The State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving
Case #AAM73GE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

 

1/14/21

SUmmary:

Client was stopped by police for a “move over” violation. Client holds a CDL license and risked losing his livelihood if convicted of DUI. The State would not reduce charge so Mr. Sullivan set the case for trial. On the day of trial, the State agreed to reduce charge. Client agreed to accept deal in order to avoid a 1-year cancellation of his CDL license.

Case #ACEVQXE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Careless Driving

12/8/20

SUmmary:

Client was arrested for DUI and provided a breath alcohol level below .08. Subsequent urine testing did not show any controlled substances in his system. The State agreed to amend the charge to Careless with no conviction, which allows the client to expunge the record of the arrest without having to shoulder the risk associated with having a trial.

Case #AC4TF8E

Result:

DUI Amended to Reckless Driving

12/1/20

SUmmary:

Client was charged with a DUI after a traffic stop for having no headlights on. Subsequent to the stop, she was arrested for DUI and provided a breath alcohol level above .15. Mr. Sullivan used freeze-frame technology and created videos which showed the Defendant’s headlights reflections in various windows. The State recognized that the stop may not have been lawful and agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.

Case #AALGL2E

Result:

Not Guilty Verdict

11/4/20

SUmmary:

The client was charged with a fourth offense DUI and facing substantial incarceration and a lifetime loss of license. Mr. Sullivan litigated the matter with a trial when the State would not agree to a reduction in charge. A not guilty verdict was returned, which resulted in the client avoiding any time in jail and a lifetime license revocation.

Case #19-11507-CF

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

10/21/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for making an improper left turn in a golf cart. The client performed poorly on FSE’s and subsequently provided a breath alcohol test with results that were .19. Mr. Sullivan pointed out a number of legal and factual issues with the case, and the State agreed to amend the charge from DUI to Reckless Driving.

Case #AD0AUYE

Result:

DUI above .15 Reduced to DUI Below .15

10/21/20

SUmmary:

Client was charged with a DUI with a breath alcohol level in excess of .30. Mr. Sullivan conducted an extensive evaluation of the breath testing machine used to test our client’s breath alcohol level – which revealed multiple errors. This evidence was presented to the State and the State agreed to treat the case as a DUI with a breath alcohol level below .15. This concession allowed the client to avoid enhnanced finds and the mandatory placement of an interlock device on his car that he would have to blow into to get the car to start.

Case #AD0AW6E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

10/14/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for speeding and failure to maintain a single lane. He performed fairly on FSE’s and was arrested for DUI. Marijuana and paraphernalia were found in the car. Subsequent urine testing revealed the presence of THC in urine. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation on all matters and the State agreed to reduce the DUI offense to Reckless Driving.

Case #AC4R0E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

10/13/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for weaving when pulling into his own driveway. Client was of advanced age was asked to do field sobriety exercises that were inappropriate for someone of his age. Client refused breath testing. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation and the State agreed to amend the DUI offense to a Reckless Driving.

Case #A7ZDWNE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving

10/13/20

SUmmary:

Client was detained after the police found her “passed out” behind the wheel. The client refused a blood test. Mr. Sullivan pointed out significant legal issues with the case. The state agreed to a reduction to reckless driving with a withhold of adjudication. The client will be eligible to seal her record.

Case #A7VDWTE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

10/02/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for traveling in excess of 100 mph. Law enforcement noticed signs of impairment. Client performed poorly on FSE’s and refused a breath test. Mr. Sullivan was able to point out weaknesses in the State’s case, including the fact that due to the client’s weight, the officers should not have had him perform the standardized field sobriety tests. In order to avoid a trial, the State agreed to a reduction to Reckless Driving.
Case #AALGMNE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/24/20

SUmmary:

Client was charged with a 4th offense DUI. Client had visited several other lawyers who advised him it was in his best interests to plea to avoid a lengthy jail sentence. Had he followed that advice, he would have lost his license for life. Mr. Sullivan took on the case with the strategy of litigating the case in an effort of avoiding a DUI conviction. Mr. Sullivan located several key issues with the case, including the failure of law enforcement to conduct a Drug Recognition Evaluation. After being presented with the problems with the case, the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving and the client never lost his license.
Case #AC4VEPE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Careless Driving

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for speeding. She performed phenomenally on field sobriety exercises and declined breath testing. Mr. Sullivan provided persuasive correspondence to the State outlining the issues that the State would have at trial. The State agreed to reduce the charge to the non-criminal infraction of Careless Driving.

Case #ACEVSNE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for speeding and performed poorly on FSE’s. Her breath result was .08. Mr. Sullivan was able to demonstrate that her breath would have been lower at the time of driving (rising blood alcohol defense) and the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #ACRVYOE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client was involved in an accident for which she was at fault. She allegedly performed poorly on FSE’s and refused breath, but no video was preserved by the State. Mr. Sullivan pointed to the policy agency’s policy’s and was able to demonstrate that they violated their own policies by not taking video. The State thereafter agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #ACEV3ME

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for making a U-turn at a red light. She performed fair on FSE’s and provided a breath result of .12. Mr. Sullivan submitted a mitigation packet to the State Attorney outlining the weaknesses of the State’s case and additional information regarding client’s background and character. The State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving
Case #AD0ASZE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client allegedly fled from a traffic stop. A DUI investigation ensued thereafter and he was arrested for DUI. The client refused a breath test. Although the State was resistant to reducing the charge, Mr. Sullivan provided a bullet point list of all of the evidence that was either in conflict or missing and the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AANJI3E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client was found “passed out” at a gas pump. He was outside of his vehicle when law enforcement arrived. Mr. Sullivan filed a motion challenging the legality of the arrest. Shortly before the hearing, the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AALGGNE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped in his driveway. Given his age, he did not perform well on FSE’s. Mr. Sullivan was able to demonstrate that the poor performance was due to age and not alcohol and the State agreed to reduce to Reckless Driving.
Case #A4TF0E

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for suspicion of DUI in the parking lot of his apartment. He was arrested for DUI and provided a breath result of .10. Attorney Sullivan was able to demonstrate flaws with the machine and the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AB7KLXE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for allegedly weaving. Attorney Sullivan filed a Motion to Challenge the legality of the traffic stop. Just before the hearing was to happen, the State agreed to the reduction to Reckless Driving.
Case #ACEV4PE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/18/20

SUmmary:

Client was arrested after a citizen called in and reported erratic and unusual driving. Client performed poorly on field sobriety exercises and refused a breath test. Mr. Sullivan filed a challenge to the legality of the arrest and the State agreed to reduce the charge from DUI to Reckless Driving.
Case #A767VLE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/10/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped by law enforcement for driving over a median in an unfamiliar part of town. Client admitted to having a few drinks but that he felt fine to drive. Despite performing above-average on FSE’s, law enforcement arrested client for DUI. The State initially refused to reduce this offense to Reckless Driving. However, Mr. Sullivan held their feet to the fire and set the case for trial. Prior to the trial, the State agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AB7FKYE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/09/20

SUmmary:

Client was involved in an accident in which her vehicle rear-ended a public transportation bus. She performed fairly on FSE’s and her urine results showed the presence of marijuana. Mr. Sullivan pointed out inconsistencies in the officer’s report using his skill and knowledge from taking the Drug Recognition Expert Medical Foundations class. The State agreed to reduce the charge to reckless driving.

Case #AC9Q9YE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/09/20

SUmmary:

Client was involved in an accident in which his vehicle backed into another vehicle in a parking lot. He performed poorly on FSE’s and his urine results showed the presence of marijuana. Mr. Sullivan pointed out inconsistencies in the officer’s report using his skill and knowledge from taking the Drug Recognition Expert Medical Foundations class. The State agreed to reduce the charge to reckless driving.
Case #AC9QRYE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

09/09/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for swerving on the Sunshine Skyway. She was arrested for DUI and provided and declined breath testing. Mr. Sullivan pointed out mitigation, including a jurisdictional issue, and the State agreed to reduce to reckless driving.

Case #A76S7JE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

08/27/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped for allegedly swerving. Law enforcement alleged that our client performed poorly on FSE’s. Subsequent to his arrest, he provided a breath sample which was above the legal limit. Mr. Sullivan was able to demonstrate that our client’s BAC would have been lower at the time of driving. As a result, the State agreed to reduce the charge from DUI to Reckless Driving.
Case #AD0AVNE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

08/24/20

SUmmary:

Client was involved in an accident. Charged with DUI with BAC above .08. This was a second offense DUI. Charge reduced to Reckless Driving after thorough analysis and mitigation presentation by Mr. Sullivan
Case #ACEV5YE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

08/20/20

SUmmary:

Client initially hired another lawyer. That previous lawyer recommended that client plea to DUI. Client then hired Mr. Sullivan. Client’s BrAC was .12. Mr. Sullivan found troubling issues with intoxilyzer and presented same to State Attorney’s Office. State then agreed to reduce charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AANJIIE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

07/30/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped by law enforcement for speeding. Client performed poorly on FSE’s and provided a breath alcohol level above the legal limit. Mr. Sullivan presented mitigation, including an argument that the breath result was unreliable. The State thereafter reduced the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AAM6YLE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

07/24/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped by law enforcement for an accident/erratic driving. Client performed poorly on FSE’s due to nerves, and a breath result was above the legal limit. Mr. Sullivan presented a “rising blood alcohol level” defense that resulted in a reduction in charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AALGJPE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

07/20/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped by police after a citizen reported that he was impaired. The officer claimed that client performed poorly on field sobriety exercises. Mr. Sullivan pointed out multiple inconsistencies in the officer’s report. Despite the fact that this was a second offense, the State agreed to amend the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AALGNKE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

07/24/20

SUmmary:

Client was stopped by police after a citizen reported that he was impaired. The officer claimed that client performed poorly on field sobriety exercises. Mr. Sullivan pointed out multiple inconsistencies in the officer’s report. Despite the fact that this was a second offense, the State agreed to amend the charge to Reckless Driving.
Case #AB7GXHE

Result:

DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving 

07/20/20

SUmmary:

Client was contacted police after he was allegedly sleeping in his vehicle in the Publix parking lot midday. Mr. Sullivan presented inconsistencies in the officer’s report with the video and audio evidence. This attention to detail led the state to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving, despite the fact that this was a second offense.
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