Leaving the Scene of an Accident Charges Dismissed in the Kent County District Court on 8/7/2023
CHARGE: LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT WITH AN ATTENDED VEHICLE
In a recent case, Attorney Jason Ollman from Marin, Barrett, and Murphy Law Firm achieved a significant victory for a client charged by the East Greenwich Police Department with leaving the scene of an accident with damage to an attended vehicle.
At the outset, Attorney Ollman prioritized understanding the client's background, education, and career aspirations. The client's apprehension about the potential consequences of having a criminal record weighed heavily, as it could jeopardize everything they had diligently worked for.
Drawing on his legal expertise and strong negotiation skills, Attorney Ollman meticulously reviewed the case and the available evidence. He engaged in strategic discussions with the prosecutor to present a compelling argument that aligned with the client's concerns and situation.
Through the concerted efforts of Attorney Ollman, the case was dismissed, ensuring the client's record remains untarnished. The resolution included the completion of community service and out-of-pocket expenses, demonstrating the client's commitment to taking responsibility.
This outcome underscores the dedication of Marin, Barrett, and Murphy Law Firm to tailor legal strategies that align with each client's unique circumstances and aspirations.
CASE RESULTS: LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT CHARGE WAS DISMISSED with completion of community service and out-of-pocket expenses, securing the client's future prospects.
Practice area(s): Criminal Defense
Court: Kent County District Court