A client was charged with Reckless Driving (KRS 189.290) and Speeding in Excess of 26 Miles Per Hour Over the Limit. Rather than retaining our firm the client pled guilty to the offense without a lawyer. This triggered an automatic license suspension hearing. At that administrative hearing, Bradley Clark was able to convince the hearing officer that the client needed to be able to get to work and that a license suspension was inequitable. The administrative hearing officer agreed and the client’s license suspension was probated–he was able to continue driving despite pleading guilty to the suspendable offense.
Case Resolved: April 2017
Lead Attorney: Bradley Clark
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