Case Results

Our real results tracker posts the specific results we have achieved for our clients in their DUI / drunk driving and criminal cases as they occur. We believe that no other firm in Central Florida can match our record of success. Please take a look at our results. See for yourself. Ask other lawyers if they have this level of success in their cases. You will quickly see why we believe that Leppard Law truly is Central Florida’s DUI defense firm.

Please also understand that every case is different and must be evaluated on its individual facts. We work hard to assess each case individually. The Florida Bar requires us to tell you that prior results can not guarantee any future outcome in your particular case.

Date Case Number Type of Charge Outcome Facts
12/3/2018 Case #2018-CT-008648-A-O DUI Set for trial–DUI DISMISSED on the day of trial! Our client was charged with a DUI offense while sleeping in his car. (DUIs can be charged for driving or being in “actual physical control of a vehicle.”) Our DUI client was facing potential deportation and a permanent DUI conviction. Joel Leppard set the case for trial and announced ready for trial. On the day of the trial, the State of Florida dismissed the DUI, with our client evading all criminal penalties, fines, license suspension and community service.
11/29/2018 SEALED Felony DUI FELONY DUI DISMISSED Client was facing 4 years of prison and a felony conviction. Felony DUI dismissed!
11/27/18 ADMIN DMV license suspension WON DMV HEARING! After his arrest for DUI, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issued a 6 month administrative suspension for our client. Instead of getting a hardship license, our client chose to fight the suspension. Attorney Easton appeared at the hearing and argued that the suspension should be invalidated because the Department could not establish that the breath test results could properly be admitted into evidence without the requisite maintenance reports. The hearing officer agreed and excluded the breath test results and invalidated our clients suspension, which allowed him to get his license back.
11/27/18 ADMIN DMV license suspension WON DMV HEARING After his arrest for DUI, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issued a 6 month administrative suspension for our client. Instead of getting a hardship license, our client chose to fight the suspension. Attorney Easton appeared at the hearing and argued that the suspension should be invalidated because the Department could not establish that the breath test results could properly be admitted into evidence without the requisite maintenance reports. The hearing officer agreed and excluded the breath test results and invalidated our clients suspension, which allowed him to get his license back.
11/16/18 2018-CT-006197-A-O
2018-TR-093119-A-O
4th time DUI 4th DUI–only recieved 10 days jail, avoiding lengthy prison sentence and felony conviction Our client was pulled over for speeding in Orange County. Unfortunately, this was the fourth time that he has been pulled over for drunk driving in the past 10 years. Florida law provides that an individual’s fourth DUI conviction is a felony that requires a minimum of 30 days jail, but often results in a prison sentence. Attorney Easton was able to negotiate a deal with prosecutors whereby our client was only convicted of a misdemeanor, and limited his jail sentence to 10 days.
11/14/18 ADMIN DMV suspension WON DMV HEARING! After getting into a crash and getting arrested for a DUI, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issued a 12 month administrative suspension for our client. Fighting the suspension was a difficult decision because if he lost, he would have to go 90 days without driving. After taking testimony from all the officers involved in the DUI arrest, Attorney Easton argued that our client’s arrest was not lawful because the arresting officer’s only offered conclusions about their observed level of impairment without providing specifics. The hearing officer agreed and invalidated our client’s 12 month suspension.
11/14/18 ADMIN DMV suspension WON DMV HEARING After getting into a crash and getting arrested for a DUI, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issued a 12 month administrative suspension for our client. Fighting the suspension was a difficult decision because if he lost, he would have to go 90 days without driving. After taking testimony from all the officers involved in the DUI arrest, Attorney Easton argued that our client’s arrest was not lawful because the arresting officer’s only offered conclusions about their observed level of impairment without providing specifics. The hearing officer agreed and invalidated our client’s 12 month suspension.
11/5/2018 2017-CT-008600-A-O DUI W/H Reckless Driving (no conviction) Defendant was driving all over the road and coming to a complete stop in the middle of the highway. When police arrived, she was passed out in the driver’s seat. The officer made repeated attempts to wake her up, and when she finally did wake up she kept trying to turn the car on and drive away even though the keys were in the backseat. She blew over .15 on the breathalyzer.
10/23/2018 2018-MM-004303A DUI Aggravated Crash + .17 blow W/H Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client went out dinner with his wife in Seminole County and unfortunately was involved in a horrifying car accident that involved his vehicle getting totaled after striking a telephone pole. Officers on the scene conducted a DUI investigation and crucially failed to read the driver his Miranda rights as required after a crash. Our client also suffered from Esophageal Reflux, which is a condition that can cause false readings on a breath test. He provided two breath samples of .171. Attorney Easton filed a motion to suppress and argued these issues to the State Attorney. In an amazing outcome, our client entered a plea to a reckless driving, did not have his license suspended, and will be able to have his conviction sealed.
10/23/2018 2018-CT-003164-A-O DUI Aggravated ( .246 & .251 breath results) WH, dry reckless driving, (no conviction) avoided DL suspension, no ignition interlock device; no vehicle impoundment Orlando Police Department recieved a call that our client was passed out behind the wheel at a light, with the engine on. He stumbled out of the vehicle with the officers noting the strong smell of alcohohol, bloodshot and glassy eyes and strongly slurred speach. The responding officers observed that our client was unsteady on his feet and had to lean on his vehicle for balance. Our client seemed confused and disorientated, and could not tell the officers where he was coming from or the name of the place he was drinking. After performing very poorly on the sobreity exercises, our client was arrested where he provided two breath samples over 4.25 times the legal limit.
10/23/2018 2018-CT-003164-A-O DUI Aggravated ( .246 & .251 breath results) WH, dry reckless driving, avoided DL suspension, no ignition interlock device; no vehicle impoundment Orlando Police Department recieved a call that our client was passed out behind the wheel at a light, with the engine on. He stumbled out of the vehicle with the officers noting the strong smell of alcohohol, bloodshot and glassy eyes and strongly slurred speach. The responding officers observed that our client was unsteady on his feet and had to lean on his vehicle for balance. Our client seemed confused and disorientated, and could not tell the officers where he was coming from or the name of the place he was drinking. After performing very poorly on the sobreity exercises, our client was arrested where he provided two breath samples over 4.25 times the legal limit.
10/19/18 2018-MM-007512-A-O Battery CASE DISMISSED! Our client was traveling to Orlando from out of town and was allegedly intoxicated at Orlando International Airport. A witness claimed that he struck him while arguing with security. After reviewing the case, the State agreed to dismiss all charges against our client.
10/15/18 2017-CT-001776-A-W DUI Withhold on wet reckless driving. Our client was charged with DUI after officers allegedly observed her vehicle swerving on the roadway. After noticing signs of impairment, the arresting officer had her conduct field sobriety exercises. Attorney Easton alleged that the arresting officer coerced her into doing the exercises against her will and filed a motion to suppress. With her future employment at stake, our client was seeking an outcome that would eventually have the charges removed from her record. After discussing the merits of the motion, Attorney Easton was able to get the prosecutor to agree to offer a reckless driving that would allow our client the opportunity to keep the conviction off of her record.
10/3/2018 2018-CF-1963-A MARIJUANA – POSSESS – WITH INTENT TO SELL MFG OR DELIV; CANNABIS OIL – POSSESS – WITH INTENT TO SELL MFG DELIV; POSSESS ALPRAZOLAM & – Poss. Drug Paraphernalia W/H, Court Costs on Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (no conviction) Our client’s home was searched and officers found numerous cannabis cartridges, cannabis, xanax and other drugs throughout his room and bathroom. Facing 40 years of possible prison time, our client only paid court costs on a misdeamanor paraphernalia charge, with no probation, fines, community service or drug testing. We were able to get ALL other charges dismissed!
10/2/2018 2018-MM-006181-A-O DUI, Possession of Less Than 20 Grams of Cannabis, Paraphernalia CASE DISMISSED! All three counts dismissed! Leppard Law set the case for a Motion to Suppress and the State dropped the charges right before the motion hearing. Leppard Law Orlando DUI attorney Joe Easton’s fervent advocacy on behalf of his client resulted in a complete dismissal of all DUI and misdemeanor cannabis criminal charges. Our client’s DUI arrest arose after he was pulled over for failing to stop at a stop sign. The DUI cop alleged that our client had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and admitted to drinking. After agreeing to perform field sobriety exercises, our client was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and refused the breathalyzer. The Orange County Sheriff Deputies searched our client’s car and found cannabis. DUI lawyer Joe Easton filed and set a motion to suppress the evidence based on the actions of the arresting DUI officer failing to meet constitutional protections. The case was set for trial and the motion was set in the afternoon. Just before the motion was to start, the prosecutor filed a dismissal of the DUI and possession of cannabis drug charges. This result allowed our client to avoid a permanent DUI conviction, court costs, fines, impoundment of his vehicle and additional driver’s license suspensions.
10/2/2018 2018-CT-006534-A-O DUI with serious bodily injury (felony) DUI (simple) Our client was facing a mandatory 4 years in prison (minimum). He was accused of hospitlizing two people and causing $79,000 in medical bills and damages. Our client did not do a single additional jail time and had all minimum sanctions for a DUI (including no restitution.)
10/1/18 2018-MM-004305A DUI Alcohol or Drugs and Reckless Driving Alcohol Related Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client had gone out to a night club and was observed by an off-duty police officer driving on the wrong side of the road. The officer, who was outside of his jurisdiction, pulled her over. Another officer arrived to conduct field sobriety exercises suspecting that the driver was impaired. Despite performing incredibly well on the exercises, the officer arrested our client in part because she was driving the wrong way on a highway. Attorney Easton argued to the State that not only were the field sobriety exercises performed in a manner that most sober individuals could not perform, but also that the officer who made the stop was outside his jurisdiction, the State dismissed the DUI charge and amended the case to a reckless driving charge.
9/26/2018 2018-CF-006353-A-O; 2018-CT-000545-A-A Possession of Controlled Substance, (Felony) and DUI WH Reckless Driving (no conviction); Felony drug charges dismissed
9/26/2018 2018-CF-006353-A-O possession of controlled substance, reckless driving alcohol related WH Reckless Driving; Felony drug charges dismissed
9/26/18 2017-CT-006188-A-O DUI Won Motion to Suppress Our client was charged with an aggravated DUI after crashing his vehicle into an off-duty officer’s vehicle sending both individuals to the hospital. While at the hospital, our client was read his Miranda rights and invoked them, only to be subsequently questioned by another officer. After taking over the case for another lawyer, Attorney Easton argued that all statements made by our client should be suppressed. The Judge agreed with Attorney Easton and suppressed our client’s statements that could have been damaging if offered at trial.
9/21/2018 48-2018-CT-005336-A-O DUI (aggravated) Motion to Suppress Won! DUI DISMISSED! DUI Motion to Suppress Granted on Friday, September 21st, 2018!

The Orlando Police Department officer arrested our client after receiving a 911 phone call that our client caused an accident, was stumling around and engaged in a verbal argument. The DUI officer said our client slurred his words, had glassy eyes, smelled of alcohol, admitted to drinking and had trouble maintaining balance. After performing poorly on sobriety exercises, our client blew 2 and half times the legal limit.
During the motion to suppress, the officer testified that our client stumbled around and had trouble producing documents. After hearing the evidence and case law presented by DUI Attorney Joel Leppard, the judge granted the Motion to Suppress and through out ALL of the evidence gained during the DUI investigation, including the admissions of drinking, sobriety exercises and breathalyzer results.
Dismissal still pending. Stay tuned.
Results based upon specific facts of case. DUI Case #: 2018-CT-005336-A-O
[EDIT: DUI DISMISED! ]

9/21/18 2018-CT-000372 and 000371-A-A DUI Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client was in the process of becoming a U.S. citizen and was charged with a DUI. His immigration attorney advised that a DUI conviction would diminish his chances of becoming a citizen. After watching the body cam numerous times, Attorney Easton discovered that officers didn’t lawfully provide an interpreter for our client, which meant that all of his statements would be excluded at trial. After negotiating with the prosecutor, Attorney Easton was able to get a reckless driving offer which would allow our client the opportunity to get sealed.
9/18/2018 Case #2018-MM-006200-A
Judge-Mark Herr
Driving With License Suspended (on DUI suspension) Initial Offer 15 days jail. Result: State completely dismissed criminal charge, amended to civil traffic ticket. No points on license.
9/18/2018 2018-TR-060620-A-O Improper Lane Change NOT GUILTY! Client found not guilty at trial on improper lane change, traffic ticket dismissed.
9/14/18 2018-TR-010309-A-A and 2018-CT-004440-A-O Careless Driving and Reckless Driving Alcohol Related Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client is an executive who was in a crash that involved 4 vehicles and was charged with a DUI causing property damage. The State alleged that she refused to take the breath test. However, after looking at the video, it was clear that our client was asking many questions in order to make an informed decision about giving a breath sample and likely would have if given more time. The prosecutor agreed to amend the charge to reckless driving.
9/13/2018 Case No: 2018-CT-000409-W. DUI Defense was ready to take to trial, and the State dropped the case. ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA DUI DISMISSED! 9/13/2018 An officer responded to two 9-1-1 phone calls that our clients vehicle was blocking traffic in the middle of an intersection. Upon responding to the scene, the DUI officer alleged that our client had the odor of alchohol, slurred speech, bloodshot glassy eyes and could not even stand up next to the vehicle. The officer claimed our client admitted to drinking at work, was stumbling and arrested our client for Driving Under the Influence, stating that the client urinated in the police cruiser. After getting the “refusal” to perform FSEs thrown out, we set the case for trial. Our client bravely turned down reduced offers of reckless driving. DUI Attorney Joel Leppard filed five pretrial motions and set the case for trial. Shortly thereafter, the prosecutor dismissed the DUI!
8/15/18 2018-CT-000606 and 000605-A-W DUI and Failure to Report Info to Injured Person State faltered in the face of our formidable Motion to Suppress the evidence; all charges dismissed; Won DHSMV hearing on appeal Our client crashed his car into a neighbor’s garage damaging the structure and totaling the car. A witness called the police and informed them he believed he smelled alcohol after talking with our client. Minutes later, the police arrived at his home, and without a warrant searched his backyard. Three officers then rang the doorbell and banged on the door for 45 minutes attempting to get our client out of the house. When he didn’t come out, they told his 9 year old daughter that they’d call DCF if he refused to come out. He eventually came out and was arrested for DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. His blood alcohol content was .169. Minutes before the suppression hearing, Attorney Easton showed the prosecutor the evidence collected that established law enforcement violated our client’s rights in many ways. The prosecutor agreed to dismiss all criminal charges.
8/13/2018 2017CT053213A DUI WON Motion–DUI DISMISSED! Our client was charged with DUI after he was found asleep in his car in the parking lot of a restaurant. When an officer arrived, he couldn’t wake him up so he called the fire department to assist. Our client eventually woke up and the officer directed him to turn the car off and get out. At a suppression hearing, Attorney Easton argued that the officer did not have a reasonable suspicion to direct our client to turn off the car and get out. The Judge agreed and suppressed ALL evidence obtained by the officers, which meant the State would not be able to present ANY relevant evidence at trial. Because the State would have been left without a case at trial, it filed a motion to reconsider the Judge’s extraordinary ruling. Attorney Easton argued the ruling should stand and the Judge agreed. The State dismissed all charges.
7/18/2018 2018-CT-003398-A-O
2018-TR-058539-A-O
DUI WON MOTION TO SUPPRESS Our client was pulled over after traveling the wrong way down Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando. After observing signs of impairment, Officers asked him to do field sobriety exercises. Prior to and during the DUI investigation, our client was wincing in pain because he had to go to the bathroom. On at least 10 occasions he asked officers to allow him to go to the bathroom, but they refused even though the police station was a 2 minute drive away. Attorney Easton argued at the suppression hearing that the walk and turn and one leg stand must be excluded as evidence at trial because the arresting officer coerced our client into doing the exercises where they could have allowed him to go to the bathroom. The Judge agreed with Attorney Easton’s argument and suppressed those field sobriety exercises.
6/20/2018 2017-CT-001029-A-W DUI Withhold on wet reckless, 6 months probation CDL driver. Won DMV hearing!
5/24/2018 2017-CT-001170-A-E
2017-CT-001171-A-E
2017-CT-001169-A-E
DUI, No motorcycle endorsement and no registration DUI DISMISSED! Our client is a UCF student who was pulled over on his moped on a UCF game day. After a DUI investigation UCF PD arrested our client. Leppard Law filed a motion to suppress the evidence. After showing the prosecutor some of the mistakes that UCF PD made during the investigation, the prosecutor agreed to drop all charges!
5/21/2018 1992-CT-031490-A-W DUI DUI DISMISSED! Central Florida DUI Dismissed! This Monday (5/21/2018) the State of Florida filed a “nolle prosequi” dismissing all the DUI charges against our client. In a Google review, this is what our client had to say about the Leppard Law- Orlando DUI Attorney Joe Easton’s role in the DUI dismissal: “Joe Easton of Leppard Law was retained by me as I was charged with DUI while on vacation. Outcome? … Absolute and total dismissal! . . . Perhaps when the prosecutor does battle with him, they come out on the losing end so surrender from the jump. I don’t know how the rabbit gets pulled out of the hat and I don’t know how the sauce is made… It truly doesn’t matter as Joe makes it happen. I believe there’s a word that defines this.. it’s called talent! Thanks again Joe!” Our client avoided a permanent DUI conviction, fines, classes and increased insurance rates (saving of upwards of $20,000 over his lifetime!)
5/7/18 2017-CT-009885-A-O DUI Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client was involved in a vehicle crash where he rammed into another vehicle causing both cars to skid off the roadway. The arresting officer smelled alcohol and observed him swaying and slurring his words. However our client refused to do field sobriety exercises and refused to provide a sample of his breath. Attorney Easton filed a motion to suppress and argued that the arresting officer did not have probable cause to arrest. Prior to the motion, the State agreed to amend the charge to a reckless driving and allowed our client to get the entire case sealed from his record.
5/7/18 DUI Reckless Driving Our client was involved in a vehicle crash where he rammed into another vehicle causing both cars to skid off the roadway. The arresting officer smelled alcohol and observed him swaying and slurring his words. However our client refused to do field sobriety exercises and refused to provide a sample of his breath. Attorney Easton filed a motion to suppress and argued that the arresting officer did not have probable cause to arrest. Prior to the motion, the State agreed to amend the charge to a reckless driving and allowed our client to get the entire case sealed from his record.
4/4/18 2018-CT-000106-A-E DUI Wet reckless, withhold, 8 months probation Orlando DUI charge reduced to a reckless driving! Leppard Law DUI attorney Joel Leppard’s skillful advocacy on behalf of our client resulted in his DUI charge being reduced to a reckless driving. This DUI charge arose when our client was stopped for failing to maintain a single lane and speeding. Upon contact, the officer claimed to have smelled the odor of alcohol on our client’s breath, and that our client admitted to having one Long Island iced tea. After performing the Field Sobriety Exercises, our client was arrested for DUI. DUI attorney Joel Leppard filed a motion to suppress the evidence and had discussions with the State whereby he pointed out that the officer’s observations did not rise to the level of reasonable suspicion necessary to request Field Sobriety Exercises under Florida law. Thus, the State had no option but to reduce the charge from a DUI to a reckless driving, and our client no longer has to worry about having the cloud of a DUI on his record for the rest of his life hanging over his head!
4/4/2018 2017-CT-007217-A-O, 2017-CT-007216-A-O DUI with property damage; Leaving the Scene of an Accident Motion to Suppress the evidence granted; DUI dismissed! A withhold of adjuctication (no conviction) and court costs on the leaving the scene case. Our client was accused of hitting seven vehicles in her parking garage on her way home causing over $30,000 in damage. Orlando Police department officers confronted her in her home shortly thereafter and arrested her after smelling alchohol, observing poor performance on her sobriety exercises and hearing slurred speech. At a motion to suppress hearing, Leppard Law was able to show that the officers did not arrest her properly– resulting in the DUI being dismissed! Our client faced only paying court costs on the leaving the scene case (no probation or community service.)
4/2/18 2017-MM-007177-A-O Trespass In Structure State dropped the charges after defense filed and set a motion to dismiss. Not without much hard fighting against unwilling prosecutors. Trespass charge dismissed! Leppard Law attorney Joel Leppard’s skillful advocacy on behalf our client resulted in a complete dismissal of the trespass charges. This trespass charge arose when an officer arrested our client for entering or remaining on the property in question without being authorized, licensed, or invited. Attorney Leppard filed a motion to dismiss whereby he argued that the charge should be dropped because the owner of the property in question gave our client permission to be there, which means that even in the light most favorable to the State, they could not prove that our client was not invited to be on the premises by someone legally authorized to invite him. As a result, the prosecutor had no choice but to file a “nolle prosequi” in open court, which resulted in the dismissal of the trespass charges altogether. Thus, our client was able to avoid all of the consequences associated with this second-degree misdemeanor!
3/15/18 2017-CT-007430-A-O DUI; Resisting Without Violence Wet reckless, withheld; Resisting, withheld
2/26/2018 2017-MM-010078A DUI; LSOA Absolute DUI mins, no jail time. State was seeking 30 days jail. Crashed into several cars, taken to the hospital, drew blood at about 4 times the legal limit
2/26/18 2017-MM-008902-A-O DUI Wet reckless, withheld; Resisting, withheld Seminole County DUI charge reduced to a reckless driving! Leppard Law DUI attorney Joel Leppard’s skillful advocacy on behalf of our client resulted in her DUI charge being reduced to a reckless driving. This DUI charge arose when an officer responded to a crash involving our client and another driver. Upon contact, the officer alleged to have smelled the odor of alcohol from our client’s breath, and that she admitted to having three to four in approximately a six-hour period. Our client was arrested by the officer for DUI after performing Field Sobriety Exercises, and she later provided two breath samples of .226 and .225. DUI attorney Joel Leppard filed a motion to suppress the evidence and had discussions with the State whereby he pointed out that the officer’s initial inquiry of our client did not provide reasonable suspicion to initiate a DUI investigation and compel Field Sobriety Exercises. As a result, the State had no choice but to reduce the DUI charge to a reckless driving and our client no longer has to worry about having a DUI conviction permanently on her record!
2/16/2018 2017-CF-009040-A-O Contributiing To The Delinquency of a Minor, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Cannabis, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Withhold – credit for time served Defendant sold drugs to an undercover police officer
2/14/2018 2017-TR-149779-A-O, 2017-CT-009414-A-O, and 2017-CT-009413-A-O Careless Driving and DUI and Leaving Scene w/o giving info Stipulated below .15 mins, dropped the LSOA Crash case and LSOA
2/14/18 2017-CT-004481-A-O DUI with property damage. DUI DISMISSED! Court suppressed the entire case Our client was leaving the parking garage at Pointe Orlando and was stopped for careless driving. An officer stopped her and after making observations of impairment, called another officer to conduct a DUI investigation. Attorney Easton filed a suppression hearing and argued there was not reasonable suspicion to conduct a DUI investigation. After hearing testimony, the Judge agreed and suppressed ALL evidence obtained in the case. The State was left with no other option, but to dismiss all charges.
2/13/2018 2017-CT-1068-E DUI We got the video the night before that contradicted most of the police report. We got the State to drop the case right before the suppression hearing. Defendant was pulled over for allegedly driving all over the road, speeding and almost causing an accident. Defendant smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. It was late at night and he was coming home from a bar. He was ultimately arrested and blew just under the legal limit. However, police found a recently smoked blunt in his car and he refused to provide a urine sample.
2/13/2018 2017-CT-001068-A-E DUI DUI DISMISSED! We got the video the night before that contradicted most of the police report. We got the State to drop the case right before the suppression hearing. Defendant was pulled over for allegedly driving all over the road, speeding and almost causing an accident. Defendant smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. It was late at night and he was coming home from a bar. He was ultimately arrested and blew just under the legal limit. However, police found a recently smoked blunt in his car and he refused to provide a urine sample.
2/12/18 2017 CT 003092 and 003093 DUI and Reckless Driving Stipulated below .15 mins Alleged to have driven the wrong way on the Florida Turnpike and was found asleep in his car in the median
2/1/2018 2017-TR-125303-A-O and 2017-CT-007667-A-O Careless DRiving and DUI DUI DISMISSED! The State dropped the case the day of trial. Officer thought defendant might have Asperger’s, wasn’t sure if he was drunk. Gave the defendant a chance to leave if he got a ride, but client tried leaving in his car again. Joe Easton set the case for trial, hired an expert witness and prepared for trial. Right before the trial was to start, the state dismissed the drunk driving case.
1/30/2018 1986-CT-18598-E DUI DUI dismissed! Defendant in Alaska found he had a DUI in Orlando, Florida from 30 years ago he didn’t know he had. Joel Leppard worked with the prosecution to dismiss the charges.
1/24/2018 2017-CT-8702 DUI, Refusal Stiputated to outside 5 years, mostly DUI mins Defendant was pulled over for driving 50 in a 25. Defendant smelled of alcohol, but repeatedly lied saying he had not drank that night. He made multiple mistakes during FSEs, did not provide a breath sample, and had a previous DUI conviction.
1/23/2018 2017-TR-049342-A-O and 2017-CT-002911-A-O 2nd time DUI; No Lamps or Illuminating Devices DUI DISMISSED! The court granted the Motion to Suppress Evidence filed by the Firm, forcing the State to drop the case due to lack of evidence. Facing mandatory jail time for his 2nd DUI in the last two years. Client was also facing a 5 year mandatory license suspension. All charges dismissed after Joel Leppard won the motion to Suppress the evidence!
1/22/2018 2017-TR-117892-A-O and 2017-CT-007202-A-O Driving While License Suspended and Reckless Driving Alcohol Related Wet Reckless with standard DUI Minimums, despite the defendant’s breath tests blowing above .150.
1/12/2018 2017-MM-008325A DUI Wet Reckless, withhold of adjudication
1/8/2018 2017-CT-8600 DUI W/H Reckless Driving Defendant was driving all over the road and coming to a complete stop in the middle of the highway. When police arrived, she was passed out in the driver’s seat. The officer made repeated attempts to wake her up, and when she finally did wake up she kept trying to turn the car on and drive away even though the keys were in the backseat. She blew over .15 on the breathalyzer.
1/8/2018 2017-CT-001935-A-W DUI DUI mins
1/5/2018 2017-CT-2820 DUI Stipulated below .15 mins Defendant crashed into another car with an entire family in it. He admitted to drinking and that he was driving home from a bar. He later blew over .20.
1/5/2018 2017-CT-002819, 2017-CT-002820, 2017-TR-034990 DUI Stipulated below .15 mins Defendant crashed into another car with an entire family in it. He admitted to drinking and that he was driving home from a bar. He later blew over .20.
12/15/17 2017-CT-001974-A-W Leaving the Scene of the Accident. All charges dismissed! Our client was witnessed fleeing the scene of the accident. After making incriminating statements to law enforcement our client was charging with leaving the scene. Attorney Joe Easton demonstrated the weakness of the State’s case and the prosecutor dropped the charges! (The State, in the words of our client “folded like cardboard.”)
12/6/2017 2017-TR-053694-A-O and 2017-CT-002914-A0O Pedestrian Obstruction/Hindering Traffic and Driving While License Suspended (on a DUI suspension and while on DUI probation.) Initial offer: 29 days jail. Result: alchohol treatment and court costs; No jail or probation!
11/17/2017 2017-MM-000842-A-W Petit Theft Dismissed.
10-13-2017 2017-MM-000020A Careless Driving Court found the defendant not guilty at trial on the citation. CDL DRIVER. Driving a truck when it caught fire and he jumped out. Officer with thousands of investigations testified. Attorney Joel Leppard secured a ‘not guilty’ at the trial and kept the CDL (truck driver) driving record clean from mandatory points.
10-10-17 2016-CF-006176-A-O Grand Theft Original offer was 90 days jail and a felony. The charge was amended to Petit Theft, a misdemeanor, and our client was fined–no jail sentence. The defendant was charged with Grand Theft for stealing over $300 worth of merchandise. The State sought a 40 day jail sentence, which would have required the defendant to leave her home in Europe.
9-22-17 2017-MM-002429-A Second time DUI; 18 month DMV suspension (with no hardship) Avoided DUI conviction, reckless driving. With the firm’s help, the defendant was able to avoid the minimum sanctions that come with a second DUI AND some sanctions that come with a first DUI. The defendant had to perform 50 hours of community service and pay fines and costs, but received no jail time, no probation except for a mandatory ankle monitor for 60 days, and no additional driver’s license suspension. ALSO won the DMV hearing on appeal, avoiding an 18 month driver’s license suspension (hard time!) If we had lost the case, our client would have had to go 18 months without even having a hardship license! This was the defendant’s second DUI. The defendant was riding with a group of motorcyclists when two deputies saw him run a stop sign and pulled him over. The police claimed he seemed drunk and had him perform field sobriety exercises, even though he was undergoing multiple back surgeries. He was thereafter arrested for DUI.
9-20-17 2017-CT-001578-A-O DUI Amended charge to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related The police pulled the defendant over for driving 60 mph in a 35 mph zone and swerving. When the officer approached the car, he placed the defendant in handcuffs without arresting him, and proceeded to question him. The defendant was thereafter arrested for DUI.
9-19-17 2017-CT-003024 DUI No jail time, one year of probation A deputy saw the defendant sitting at a stop sign for an unusually long period of time, then as the vehicle drove away the deputy noticed the vehicle’s tag was expired, leading the deputy to inititate a traffic stop. When the deputy approached the vehicle, the defendant admitted to having a few beers at a nearby bar but said he was the least drunk out of everyone in the car. The defendant was requested to perform field sobriety exercises, after which he was placed under arrest for DUI.
9-5-17 2017-CT-004256-A-O DUI with Property Damage or Personal Injury Despite the egregious facts of the case, Leppard Law convinced the State to stipulate to a blood alcohol level of lower than .15 (rather than over .20) and amended the charge from DUI with Property Damage or Personal Injury to the lesser charge of simple DUI. The defendant avoided all jail time and only had to go on probation for one year. The defendant was accused of driving while drunk and crashing into an Uber driver with a passenger. After he was questioned by the police and performed field sobriety exercises, the defendant was placed under arrest for DUI with Property Damage or Personal Injury. When the defendant was tested for breath, his results came to .213 and .206, more than two and a half times above the legal limit of .08.
8-25-17 2017-CT-005612-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal A security guard noticed the defendant was passed out in his vehicle on a driveway and called the cops. When the police arrived, they saw the defendant sitting in his car and vomiting outside the vehicle. The defendant told the police that he was drunk and had several drinks. He then refused to perform field sobriety exercises, and was placed under arrest for DUI.
8-23-17 2017-CF-000320-A Possession of Not More Than 20 Grams of Cannabis and Tampering with Physical Evidence After trying to pursue jail time for the felony charge, the State ultimately had to drop the Tampering with Physical Evidence charge. The defendant only had to serve 12 months of probation for the Cannabis charge, with adjudication withheld (no conviction on his record). While on probation for a felony, the defendant was arrested for allegedly being in Possession of Not More Than 20 Grams of Cannabis. When the police came across the defendant, they claimed he tried to place the cannabis inside his mouth and ingest it; thus there was an additional charge of Tampering with Physical Evidence, a third degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a $5,000 fine.
8-22-17 2017-CT-000505-A-E DUI The Seminole County case was dismissed. The firm presented the strengths of the case to the State, including the fact that the police officer was acting outside of her jurisdiction when she arrested the defendant, and there was little to no evidence that the defendant was drunk when he was driving. The State amended the charge to simple Reckless Driving (NOT Alcohol Related), and the defendant only had to pay court costs and a fine of $25. Driving Under the Influence (DUI). The police officer served in Maitland Police Department within Orange County, but waited until the defendant was in Seminole County to pull him over. The State then tried to charge him with DUI twice–one for each county
8-21-17 2017-CT-000966-A-W Driving with License Suspended (on DUI suspension) Original offer: 15 days jail. The defendant only had to pay court costs. The defendant was charged with Driving with License Suspended, after his license was recently suspended for DUI. When the defendant was pulled over, he was said by police to have quickly gotten out of the driver’s seat and jump into the back seat area.
8-21-17 2017-CT-000966-A-W Driving with License Suspended The defendant only had to pay court costs. The defendant was charged with Driving with License Suspended, after his license was recently suspended for DUI. When the defendant was pulled over, he was said by police to have quickly gotten out of the driver’s seat and jump into the back seat area.
8/16/2017 2017-CT-002413-A-O DUI DUI DISMISSED! Leppard Law filed a Motion to Suppress all evidence from the traffic stop, arguing that law enforcement did not have reasonalbe suspicion to delay the stop without any evidence connecting the defendant to the burglary, thereby violating the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Motion was granted, and the State was forced to drop the case. The defendant was subject to a traffic stop for pulling out in front of traffic. However, because this was in the vicinity of a burglary, the police officer stalled the traffic stop for a backup unit to arrive and investigate the vehicle for the burglary. After the unit determined the defendant was not the culprit in the burglary, the officer who pulled the defendant over finally conducted his traffic investigation and arrested the defendant for DUI.
8-11-17 2017-CT-005056-A-O DUI DUI amended to reckless driving. Won DHSMV hearing. The defendant was arrested for DUI, after running a red light and being pulled over.
8-8-17 2017-CT-000983-A-O Driving with License Suspended Pending Dismissal Driving with License Suspended. Police observed the defendant’s vehicle’s front left tire was completely missing and the rim was scraping against the road, causing flames and smoke to emanate from the vehicle. When police pulled the vehicle over, they found that the defendant’s license was suspended and arrested him.
7-28-17 2016-CT-010025-A-O DUI Charge amended to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related with a withhold of adjudication (no conviction). DUI. Involved in a crash while Driving Under the Influence.
7-27-17 2017-CT-000194-A-E DUI DUI dismissed. Arrested for DUI. The defendant scored above .15 on the Breathalyzer, which would result in the installation of a Breathalyzer in the defendant’s vehicle if convicted.
7-24-17 2017-MM-004918-A-O Possession of 20 Grams or Less of Cannabis Withhold of adjudication (no conviction) and court costs; no fines. The police allegedly found cannabis in the defendant’s vehicle after pulling him over.
7-17-17 2017-CT-001852 No valid tag. Dismissed Attached an invalid tag to her vehicle.
7-17-17 2017-CT-000593-A-W DUI Minimum DUI penalties with no additional sanctions The defendant drove about two miles on the wrong side of an expressway, then ran a red light while the police were trying to pull her over.
7-12-17 2017-CT-001029-A-W DUI WH reckless driving (no DUI conviction) Arrested for DUI; scored about .20 on the Breathlyzer, two and a half times the legal limit.
6-28-17 2016-CT-009901-A-O DUI Amended charge to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related, withhold of adjudication (no conviction). DUI. The defendant was accused of causing a crash while Driving Under the Influence.
6-23-17 2016-CF-013360-A-O Grand Theft Third Degree Leppard Law negotiated a plea deal with no jail time and a withhold of adjudication (no conviction). The defendant was accused of stealing about $4,500.
6-19-17 2017-CT-003285-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal Law enforcement pulled the defendant’s vehicle over after the defendant made an angry gesture with his fist at the officer for honking at him. He was then arrested for DUI.
6-16-17 2017-CT-001608-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal The defendant was pulled over for driving against traffic. During the traffic stop, the defendant admitted to having a lot to drink, and was soon arrested for DUI. He scored above .150 on the Breathalyzer, which would typically result in the defendant being required to have a Breathalyzer installed in the vehicle if convicted.
6-14-17 2017-CF-000763-A-O Felony DUI (3rd DUI within 10 years) Leppard Law negotiated a plea deal where the defendant was only sentenced with absolute minimum DUI sanctions, despite his lengthy criminal history (scoring almost mandatory prison.) Driving Under the Influence. The defendant had 3 prior DUIs and robbery with a firearm on his record.
6-9-17 2017-CT-002312-A-O 2nd DUI (within five years). Reckless Driving, almost no sanctions. The defendant was pulled over, almost immediately put in handcuffs, and arrested for a second DUI in less than 3 years, which carries a mandatory 10 day jail sentence and severe DUI sanctions. The firm filed a Motion to Suppress arguing that the police’s conduct in the case was unlawful and egregious. Even though the defendant was said to have had the odor of alcohol, glassy, bloodshot eyes, and slurred speech, the State amended his charge to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related. The defendant was able to avoid the heavy sanctions that come with a second DUI, including fines, vehicle impoundment, and having to install an ignition interlock device.
6-8-17 2017-CF-000022-A-O Possession of a Firearm by a Conviceted Felon, Possession of Ammunition by a Convicted Felon Leppard Law composed and presented a Mitigation Package to the State detailing how the defendant had turned his life around and that the incident was nonviolent. The defendant received a plea deal involving only probation–no jail time. (This charge carries a MANDATORY prison term of 3 years.) The defendant was handling his firearm early on New Year’s Day when he accidentally discharged it and the bullet traveled into the adjoining apartment. After confirming that his neighbors were unharmed, the defendant was apprehended by law enforcement and arrested for possession of a firearm and ammunition as a convicted felon (four prior felony convictions); the defendant could have served up to 20 years in prison if convicted.
6-7-17 2017-CF-006120-A-O Aggravated Battery Upon a Pregnant Person, Battery (Domestic Violence) Amended to simple battery (a misdemeanor, punishable only by up to 1 year in prison). The defendant was not fined nor required to perform community service, but just had to take the statutorily mandated Domestic Batterers class. Accused of strangling his fiance, the defendant was charged with a second degree felony battery, punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
6-7-17 2016-TR-016292-A-O Improper Change of Lane Pulling in Front of Vehicle Dismissed The defendant was involved in a crash and charged with making an improper lane chance and pulling in front of a vehicle.
5-15-17 2017-CT-000553-A-W DUI Pending Dismissal The defendant was pulled over for weaving left and right inside her lane, and her front tire was flat and scraping the road. She was subsequently arrested for DUI.
5-10-17 2017-MO-000401-A-O Open Container on Public Property Dismissed The defendant was observed walking down Orange Avenue with a shirt that said “F*** the Cops.” He was then arrested for carrying an open container of alcohol in violation of Orlando city ordinance.
5-10-17 2016-MM-013112-A-O Battery Charges dismissed! The defendant was charged with Battery (along with 2016-MM-013111-A-O) after allegedly causing a fight at a local eatery in downtown Orlando.
5-10-17 2016-MM-013111-A-O Battery Charge dismissed! The defendant was charged with Battery (along with 2016-MM-013112-A-O) after allegedly causing a fight at a local eatery in downtown Orlando.
5-3-17 2016-CF-012799-A-O Domestic Violence, Aggravated Battery on a Pregnant Person Leppard Law brought the charge down to misdemeanor battery, with the Domestic Batterers class required by statute. No fines or community service. The defendant was charged with Domestic Violence and Aggravated Battery on a Pregnant Person, punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
4-25-17 2017-CT-001653-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal DUI. The defendant was accused of drifting across three lanes; when the police officer pulled the defendant over, he claimed the defendant was heavily intoxicated
4-21-17 2017-CT-000334-A-W DUI Charge amended to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related. The defendant was able to avoid the 10-day mandatory jail time, fines, ignition interlock device, and other penalties that come with conviction for a second DUI. The defendant was arrested for a second-time DUI.
4-18-17 2016-CT-002201-A-W DUI The State dismissed the DUI charge to Reckless Driving (simple not alchohol related) with only a $250 fine. . The defendant did not receive a driver’s license suspension, nor was required to complete a DUI class. The defendant was accused of drunk driving by his girlfriend. When the police arrived, they refused to allow the defendant into his home despite his insistence that he did not wish to have any contact with law enforcement. The defendant was ultimately arrested for DUI.
4-18-17 2016-CT-002201-A-W DUI The State amended the charge to Reckless Driving with only a $250 fine. The defendant did not receive a driver’s license suspension, nor was required to complete a DUI class. The defendant was accused of drunk driving by his girlfriend. When the police arrived, they refused to allow the defendant into his home despite his insistence that he did not wish to have any contact with law enforcement. The defendant was ultimately arrested for DUI.
3-29-17 2016-MM-013215-A-O Battery, Disorderly Conduct. All charges dismissed Battery. The defendant was observed on video surveillance punching a security guard, then resisting law enforcement’s orders.
3-27-17 2017-MM-000060-A-E Possession of Cannabis <20 Grams Pending Dismissal When the defendant was pulled over for a traffic stop, law enforcement allegedly found cannabis inside the vehicle
3-21-17 2016-CT-008671-A-O DUI Leppard Law negotiatied a sentence where the defendant was subject to only the minimum penalties for DUI, and the State agreed to waive $30,000 in restitution damages The defendant was accused of being involved in a 4 car collision while Driving Under the Influence.
3-20-17 2016-CF-009746-A-O Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Trespass in Structure, Resisting Officer Without Violence, Introduce Contraband in County Facility Facing two felonies and three misdeameanors for a possible of 12 years in prison, our client had to pay a fine of $576, and the court withheld adjudication (no conviction). The defendant was charged with trespassing on Wal-Mart property. When law enforcement insisted that he leave the premises, the defendant got on an electronically powered shopping cart and drove towards the officers. When they finally arrested the defendant and brought him to the County Jail, two baggies of heroin allegedly dropped out of his jacket and drug paraphernalia was found on his person.
3-20-17 2016-CF-009746-A-O Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Trespass in Structure, Resisting Officer Without Violence, Introduce Contraband in County Facility The defendant only had to pay a fine of $576, and the court withheld adjudication (no conviction). The defendant was charged with trespassing on Wal-Mart property. When law enforcement insisted that he leave the premises, the defendant got on an electronically powered shopping cart and drove towards the officers. When they finally arrested the defendant and brought him to the County Jail, two baggies of heroin allegedly dropped out of his jacket and drug paraphernalia was found on his person.
3-1-17 2017-MM-000831-A-O Battery Complete dismissal, despite alleged victim’s willingness to testify. In addition, the defendant’s employer’s HR department took no action. The defendant was accused of battery for stuffing bread in his co-worker’s mouth, who then sought to press charges
2-10-17 2017-MM-000178-A-O Petit Theft (Retail) Pending Dismissal The defendant was observed on surveillance camera allegedly shoplifting a $50 shirt from a retail store.
2-6-17 2016-CT-009484-A-O Driving Without Valid License Amended charge to Failure to Carry License, a non-criminal traffic infraction, with adjudication withheld (no conviction). The defendant was pulled over and subsequently charged with Driving Without a Valid License, a criminal offense.
2-6-17 2016-CT-009484-A-O DUI Without Valid License Amended charge to Failure to Carry License, a non-criminal traffic infraction, with adjudication withheld (no conviction). The defendant was pulled over and subsequently charged with Driving Without a Valid License, a criminal offense.
1-27-17 2016-CT-010022-A-O DUI Dismissed. Driving Under the Influence. DUI.
1-27-17 2016-CT-010022-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal Driving Under the Influence. DUI.
1-26-17 2016-MM-001033 Pending Dismissal The police alleged that the defendant was causing a distubance in a bar and ignored police officers’ orders to leave the premises.
1-19-17 35-2016-CT-004017 Driving with License Suspended After filing motions and showing the strengths of the case to the prosecutor, Leppard Law was able to have the case dismissed. Law enforcement arrested the defendant for allegedly driving with her license suspended from DUI. The State wanted to give the defendant 10 days jail time.
1-18-17 2016-MM-010031-A-O Driving with License Suspended Dismissed Driving with License Suspended.
1-11-17 2016-CT-008878-A-O Driving with License Suspended Leppard Law got the case dismissed, despite the defendant’s long criminal history Charged with Driving with License Suspended.
1-8-17 2016-MM-001265-A-W Domestic Violence (Battery) Dismissed Domestic Violence (Battery).
12-6-16 2016-MM-008672-A-O Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Dismissed Charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
11-29-16 2016-CT-000998-A-E Leave Scene Without Giving Info >$50 Damage The defendant agreed to plea nolo contendre and complete an 8 hour traffic course. The defendant was charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
11-9-16 2016-CT-007479-A-O DUI Charge amended to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related, adjudication withheld (no conviction). Driving Under the Influence. DUI.
10-31-16 2016-CF-004449-A-O Grand Theft Third Degree Motor Vehicle After taking depositions and explaining the strengths of the case, Leppard Law got the case dismissed. The defendant was accused of refusing to return a rental car for over 6 months, and owed $16,000 in damages.
7-25-16 2016-CF-005894-A-O Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Sell or Deliver Adjudication withheld (no conviction). The defendant had to serve 18 months probation and complete 25 hours of community service. Charged with possession of Cannabis with Intent to Sell or Deliver, a 3rd degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison.
6-22-16 2016-MM-000797-A-O Petit Theft All charges dismissed! The defendant was accused of stealing almost $300 from Universal Studios while on vacation. The judge sought to force the defendant to return to the United States, and ban her from Florida as part of her sentence. Leppard Law worked with the prosecution to get the charges completely dropped.
6-3-16 2016-CT-004017-A-O DUI Charge amended to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related, adjudication withheld (no conviction). DUI. Accused of causing a crash while Driving Under the Influence.
5-26-16 2016-MM-004511-A-O Posession of Cannabis and Drug Paraphernalia Fine of $273 and adjudication withheld (no conviction). Charged with possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia.
4-18-16 2016-MM-003055-A-O Battery (Domestic Violence) VOP Dismissed. Violation of Probation (Battery) dismissed.
6-15-2016 1. 2016-MM-000962, 2.2016-TR-014045 1. Possession of Canabis <20 grams; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 2. Side Windows- restrict on sunscreen material 1. Diversion/dismissed. 2.Dismissed
5-10-2016 2016-MM-000247 Driving Motor Vehicle without License Reduced to Driving Motor Vehicle without License, Withheld Adjudication, 50 hours of community service Client had four prior Driving With License Suspended Charges, kept Driver’s License!
6-14-2016 2016-MM-0003478 1. Possession of not more than 20 grams of cannabis 2. Use or Possession of Drug Parapheernalia 1. Adjudication Withheld, $100 Fine 2. Dismissed
05-13-2016 2016-CT-003264 Driving while license susp/revoked with knowledge reduced to non-criminal traffic infraction
6-7-2016 2016-TR-016292 Improper change of lane pulling in front of vehicle Dismissed
1-15-2016 2015-MM-014227 Battery (Domestic Violence) Dismissed, Record Cleared
04-06-2016 2015-MM-05138 Expunction/ Petit Theft Granted
01-29-14 2013-CF-010072 1.Possession of Cocaine 2.Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Nolle Prosequi
2-24-14 2014-CF-14639-A-O 1. Possession of Cocaine (F3) 2. Possession of Cannabis 3. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Nolle Prosequi
05-22-2014 2014-CF-000253-A-O Possession of Cocaine (F3) Nolle Prosequi
8-21-2014 2014-CF-004946-A-O 1.Possession of Heroin 2. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 1.Nolle Prosequi 2.Nolle Prosequi
2-10-2015 2014-CF-5569-A-O Possession of Oxycodone Nolle Prosequi
2-27-14 2013-CF-010852 Carrying a Concealed Firearm Nolle Prosequi
4-14-2014 2013-CF-15209 Aggravated Assault w/ Deadly Weapon Nolle Prosequi set for trial, facing three year minimum mandatory sentence. Set for trial, case dropped on the day of trial
12-9-2015 2015-MM-012434-A-O Disorderly Conduct Dismissed No Information (Case Dropped)
12-9-2015 2015-CT-3467 No Valid Driver’s License Dismissed
12-9-2015 2015-TR-54076 Expired Registration 6 months or Less Dismissed
12-9-2015 2015-TR-56922 Motorcycle Failure to Wear Approved Eyewear Dismissed
07-13-15 2014-CT-008646 TR-Failed to Report Information to Injured Person Adjudication Withheld
03-28-2016 48-2015-MM-000955 Petit Theft (Retail) Pretrial Diversion/ Nolle Prosequi
06-22-2015 2015-MM-03208-A-O Petit Theft Adjudication Withheld/ fine $588
11-20-2015 2015-CF-000215-A-O Petit Theft plea to misdeameanor, restitution and fine $1,071.78
03-29-2016 2015-CF-013916-A-O 1. False and Fraudulent Insurance Claims 2. False and Fraudulent Insurance Claims 3.False Report to Law Enforcement Authorities Pretrial Diversion/ Dismissed
Date Case Number Type of Charge Outcome Facts
12/3/2018 Case #2018-CT-008648-A-O DUI Set for trial–DUI DISMISSED on the day of trial! Our client was charged with a DUI offense while sleeping in his car. (DUIs can be charged for driving or being in “actual physical control of a vehicle.”) Our DUI client was facing potential deportation and a permanent DUI conviction. Joel Leppard set the case for trial and announced ready for trial. On the day of the trial, the State of Florida dismissed the DUI, with our client evading all criminal penalties, fines, license suspension and community service.
11/29/2018 SEALED Felony DUI FELONY DUI DISMISSED Client was facing 4 years of prison and a felony conviction. Felony DUI dismissed!
11/27/18 ADMIN DMV license suspension WON DMV HEARING! After his arrest for DUI, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issued a 6 month administrative suspension for our client. Instead of getting a hardship license, our client chose to fight the suspension. Attorney Easton appeared at the hearing and argued that the suspension should be invalidated because the Department could not establish that the breath test results could properly be admitted into evidence without the requisite maintenance reports. The hearing officer agreed and excluded the breath test results and invalidated our clients suspension, which allowed him to get his license back.
11/27/18 ADMIN DMV license suspension WON DMV HEARING After his arrest for DUI, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issued a 6 month administrative suspension for our client. Instead of getting a hardship license, our client chose to fight the suspension. Attorney Easton appeared at the hearing and argued that the suspension should be invalidated because the Department could not establish that the breath test results could properly be admitted into evidence without the requisite maintenance reports. The hearing officer agreed and excluded the breath test results and invalidated our clients suspension, which allowed him to get his license back.
11/16/18 2018-CT-006197-A-O
2018-TR-093119-A-O
4th time DUI 4th DUI–only recieved 10 days jail, avoiding lengthy prison sentence and felony conviction Our client was pulled over for speeding in Orange County. Unfortunately, this was the fourth time that he has been pulled over for drunk driving in the past 10 years. Florida law provides that an individual’s fourth DUI conviction is a felony that requires a minimum of 30 days jail, but often results in a prison sentence. Attorney Easton was able to negotiate a deal with prosecutors whereby our client was only convicted of a misdemeanor, and limited his jail sentence to 10 days.
11/14/18 ADMIN DMV suspension WON DMV HEARING! After getting into a crash and getting arrested for a DUI, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issued a 12 month administrative suspension for our client. Fighting the suspension was a difficult decision because if he lost, he would have to go 90 days without driving. After taking testimony from all the officers involved in the DUI arrest, Attorney Easton argued that our client’s arrest was not lawful because the arresting officer’s only offered conclusions about their observed level of impairment without providing specifics. The hearing officer agreed and invalidated our client’s 12 month suspension.
11/14/18 ADMIN DMV suspension WON DMV HEARING After getting into a crash and getting arrested for a DUI, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles issued a 12 month administrative suspension for our client. Fighting the suspension was a difficult decision because if he lost, he would have to go 90 days without driving. After taking testimony from all the officers involved in the DUI arrest, Attorney Easton argued that our client’s arrest was not lawful because the arresting officer’s only offered conclusions about their observed level of impairment without providing specifics. The hearing officer agreed and invalidated our client’s 12 month suspension.
11/5/2018 2017-CT-008600-A-O DUI W/H Reckless Driving (no conviction) Defendant was driving all over the road and coming to a complete stop in the middle of the highway. When police arrived, she was passed out in the driver’s seat. The officer made repeated attempts to wake her up, and when she finally did wake up she kept trying to turn the car on and drive away even though the keys were in the backseat. She blew over .15 on the breathalyzer.
10/23/2018 2018-MM-004303A DUI Aggravated Crash + .17 blow W/H Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client went out dinner with his wife in Seminole County and unfortunately was involved in a horrifying car accident that involved his vehicle getting totaled after striking a telephone pole. Officers on the scene conducted a DUI investigation and crucially failed to read the driver his Miranda rights as required after a crash. Our client also suffered from Esophageal Reflux, which is a condition that can cause false readings on a breath test. He provided two breath samples of .171. Attorney Easton filed a motion to suppress and argued these issues to the State Attorney. In an amazing outcome, our client entered a plea to a reckless driving, did not have his license suspended, and will be able to have his conviction sealed.
10/23/2018 2018-CT-003164-A-O DUI Aggravated ( .246 & .251 breath results) WH, dry reckless driving, (no conviction) avoided DL suspension, no ignition interlock device; no vehicle impoundment Orlando Police Department recieved a call that our client was passed out behind the wheel at a light, with the engine on. He stumbled out of the vehicle with the officers noting the strong smell of alcohohol, bloodshot and glassy eyes and strongly slurred speach. The responding officers observed that our client was unsteady on his feet and had to lean on his vehicle for balance. Our client seemed confused and disorientated, and could not tell the officers where he was coming from or the name of the place he was drinking. After performing very poorly on the sobreity exercises, our client was arrested where he provided two breath samples over 4.25 times the legal limit.
10/23/2018 2018-CT-003164-A-O DUI Aggravated ( .246 & .251 breath results) WH, dry reckless driving, avoided DL suspension, no ignition interlock device; no vehicle impoundment Orlando Police Department recieved a call that our client was passed out behind the wheel at a light, with the engine on. He stumbled out of the vehicle with the officers noting the strong smell of alcohohol, bloodshot and glassy eyes and strongly slurred speach. The responding officers observed that our client was unsteady on his feet and had to lean on his vehicle for balance. Our client seemed confused and disorientated, and could not tell the officers where he was coming from or the name of the place he was drinking. After performing very poorly on the sobreity exercises, our client was arrested where he provided two breath samples over 4.25 times the legal limit.
10/19/18 2018-MM-007512-A-O Battery CASE DISMISSED! Our client was traveling to Orlando from out of town and was allegedly intoxicated at Orlando International Airport. A witness claimed that he struck him while arguing with security. After reviewing the case, the State agreed to dismiss all charges against our client.
10/15/18 2017-CT-001776-A-W DUI Withhold on wet reckless driving. Our client was charged with DUI after officers allegedly observed her vehicle swerving on the roadway. After noticing signs of impairment, the arresting officer had her conduct field sobriety exercises. Attorney Easton alleged that the arresting officer coerced her into doing the exercises against her will and filed a motion to suppress. With her future employment at stake, our client was seeking an outcome that would eventually have the charges removed from her record. After discussing the merits of the motion, Attorney Easton was able to get the prosecutor to agree to offer a reckless driving that would allow our client the opportunity to keep the conviction off of her record.
10/3/2018 2018-CF-1963-A MARIJUANA – POSSESS – WITH INTENT TO SELL MFG OR DELIV; CANNABIS OIL – POSSESS – WITH INTENT TO SELL MFG DELIV; POSSESS ALPRAZOLAM & – Poss. Drug Paraphernalia W/H, Court Costs on Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (no conviction) Our client’s home was searched and officers found numerous cannabis cartridges, cannabis, xanax and other drugs throughout his room and bathroom. Facing 40 years of possible prison time, our client only paid court costs on a misdeamanor paraphernalia charge, with no probation, fines, community service or drug testing. We were able to get ALL other charges dismissed!
10/2/2018 2018-MM-006181-A-O DUI, Possession of Less Than 20 Grams of Cannabis, Paraphernalia CASE DISMISSED! All three counts dismissed! Leppard Law set the case for a Motion to Suppress and the State dropped the charges right before the motion hearing. Leppard Law Orlando DUI attorney Joe Easton’s fervent advocacy on behalf of his client resulted in a complete dismissal of all DUI and misdemeanor cannabis criminal charges. Our client’s DUI arrest arose after he was pulled over for failing to stop at a stop sign. The DUI cop alleged that our client had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and admitted to drinking. After agreeing to perform field sobriety exercises, our client was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and refused the breathalyzer. The Orange County Sheriff Deputies searched our client’s car and found cannabis. DUI lawyer Joe Easton filed and set a motion to suppress the evidence based on the actions of the arresting DUI officer failing to meet constitutional protections. The case was set for trial and the motion was set in the afternoon. Just before the motion was to start, the prosecutor filed a dismissal of the DUI and possession of cannabis drug charges. This result allowed our client to avoid a permanent DUI conviction, court costs, fines, impoundment of his vehicle and additional driver’s license suspensions.
10/2/2018 2018-CT-006534-A-O DUI with serious bodily injury (felony) DUI (simple) Our client was facing a mandatory 4 years in prison (minimum). He was accused of hospitlizing two people and causing $79,000 in medical bills and damages. Our client did not do a single additional jail time and had all minimum sanctions for a DUI (including no restitution.)
10/1/18 2018-MM-004305A DUI Alcohol or Drugs and Reckless Driving Alcohol Related Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client had gone out to a night club and was observed by an off-duty police officer driving on the wrong side of the road. The officer, who was outside of his jurisdiction, pulled her over. Another officer arrived to conduct field sobriety exercises suspecting that the driver was impaired. Despite performing incredibly well on the exercises, the officer arrested our client in part because she was driving the wrong way on a highway. Attorney Easton argued to the State that not only were the field sobriety exercises performed in a manner that most sober individuals could not perform, but also that the officer who made the stop was outside his jurisdiction, the State dismissed the DUI charge and amended the case to a reckless driving charge.
9/26/2018 2018-CF-006353-A-O; 2018-CT-000545-A-A Possession of Controlled Substance, (Felony) and DUI WH Reckless Driving (no conviction); Felony drug charges dismissed
9/26/2018 2018-CF-006353-A-O possession of controlled substance, reckless driving alcohol related WH Reckless Driving; Felony drug charges dismissed
9/26/18 2017-CT-006188-A-O DUI Won Motion to Suppress Our client was charged with an aggravated DUI after crashing his vehicle into an off-duty officer’s vehicle sending both individuals to the hospital. While at the hospital, our client was read his Miranda rights and invoked them, only to be subsequently questioned by another officer. After taking over the case for another lawyer, Attorney Easton argued that all statements made by our client should be suppressed. The Judge agreed with Attorney Easton and suppressed our client’s statements that could have been damaging if offered at trial.
9/21/2018 48-2018-CT-005336-A-O DUI (aggravated) Motion to Suppress Won! DUI DISMISSED! DUI Motion to Suppress Granted on Friday, September 21st, 2018!

The Orlando Police Department officer arrested our client after receiving a 911 phone call that our client caused an accident, was stumling around and engaged in a verbal argument. The DUI officer said our client slurred his words, had glassy eyes, smelled of alcohol, admitted to drinking and had trouble maintaining balance. After performing poorly on sobriety exercises, our client blew 2 and half times the legal limit.
During the motion to suppress, the officer testified that our client stumbled around and had trouble producing documents. After hearing the evidence and case law presented by DUI Attorney Joel Leppard, the judge granted the Motion to Suppress and through out ALL of the evidence gained during the DUI investigation, including the admissions of drinking, sobriety exercises and breathalyzer results.
Dismissal still pending. Stay tuned.
Results based upon specific facts of case. DUI Case #: 2018-CT-005336-A-O
[EDIT: DUI DISMISED! ]

9/21/18 2018-CT-000372 and 000371-A-A DUI Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client was in the process of becoming a U.S. citizen and was charged with a DUI. His immigration attorney advised that a DUI conviction would diminish his chances of becoming a citizen. After watching the body cam numerous times, Attorney Easton discovered that officers didn’t lawfully provide an interpreter for our client, which meant that all of his statements would be excluded at trial. After negotiating with the prosecutor, Attorney Easton was able to get a reckless driving offer which would allow our client the opportunity to get sealed.
9/18/2018 Case #2018-MM-006200-A
Judge-Mark Herr
Driving With License Suspended (on DUI suspension) Initial Offer 15 days jail. Result: State completely dismissed criminal charge, amended to civil traffic ticket. No points on license.
9/18/2018 2018-TR-060620-A-O Improper Lane Change NOT GUILTY! Client found not guilty at trial on improper lane change, traffic ticket dismissed.
9/14/18 2018-TR-010309-A-A and 2018-CT-004440-A-O Careless Driving and Reckless Driving Alcohol Related Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client is an executive who was in a crash that involved 4 vehicles and was charged with a DUI causing property damage. The State alleged that she refused to take the breath test. However, after looking at the video, it was clear that our client was asking many questions in order to make an informed decision about giving a breath sample and likely would have if given more time. The prosecutor agreed to amend the charge to reckless driving.
9/13/2018 Case No: 2018-CT-000409-W. DUI Defense was ready to take to trial, and the State dropped the case. ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA DUI DISMISSED! 9/13/2018 An officer responded to two 9-1-1 phone calls that our clients vehicle was blocking traffic in the middle of an intersection. Upon responding to the scene, the DUI officer alleged that our client had the odor of alchohol, slurred speech, bloodshot glassy eyes and could not even stand up next to the vehicle. The officer claimed our client admitted to drinking at work, was stumbling and arrested our client for Driving Under the Influence, stating that the client urinated in the police cruiser. After getting the “refusal” to perform FSEs thrown out, we set the case for trial. Our client bravely turned down reduced offers of reckless driving. DUI Attorney Joel Leppard filed five pretrial motions and set the case for trial. Shortly thereafter, the prosecutor dismissed the DUI!
8/15/18 2018-CT-000606 and 000605-A-W DUI and Failure to Report Info to Injured Person State faltered in the face of our formidable Motion to Suppress the evidence; all charges dismissed; Won DHSMV hearing on appeal Our client crashed his car into a neighbor’s garage damaging the structure and totaling the car. A witness called the police and informed them he believed he smelled alcohol after talking with our client. Minutes later, the police arrived at his home, and without a warrant searched his backyard. Three officers then rang the doorbell and banged on the door for 45 minutes attempting to get our client out of the house. When he didn’t come out, they told his 9 year old daughter that they’d call DCF if he refused to come out. He eventually came out and was arrested for DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. His blood alcohol content was .169. Minutes before the suppression hearing, Attorney Easton showed the prosecutor the evidence collected that established law enforcement violated our client’s rights in many ways. The prosecutor agreed to dismiss all criminal charges.
8/13/2018 2017CT053213A DUI WON Motion–DUI DISMISSED! Our client was charged with DUI after he was found asleep in his car in the parking lot of a restaurant. When an officer arrived, he couldn’t wake him up so he called the fire department to assist. Our client eventually woke up and the officer directed him to turn the car off and get out. At a suppression hearing, Attorney Easton argued that the officer did not have a reasonable suspicion to direct our client to turn off the car and get out. The Judge agreed and suppressed ALL evidence obtained by the officers, which meant the State would not be able to present ANY relevant evidence at trial. Because the State would have been left without a case at trial, it filed a motion to reconsider the Judge’s extraordinary ruling. Attorney Easton argued the ruling should stand and the Judge agreed. The State dismissed all charges.
7/18/2018 2018-CT-003398-A-O
2018-TR-058539-A-O
DUI WON MOTION TO SUPPRESS Our client was pulled over after traveling the wrong way down Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando. After observing signs of impairment, Officers asked him to do field sobriety exercises. Prior to and during the DUI investigation, our client was wincing in pain because he had to go to the bathroom. On at least 10 occasions he asked officers to allow him to go to the bathroom, but they refused even though the police station was a 2 minute drive away. Attorney Easton argued at the suppression hearing that the walk and turn and one leg stand must be excluded as evidence at trial because the arresting officer coerced our client into doing the exercises where they could have allowed him to go to the bathroom. The Judge agreed with Attorney Easton’s argument and suppressed those field sobriety exercises.
6/20/2018 2017-CT-001029-A-W DUI Withhold on wet reckless, 6 months probation CDL driver. Won DMV hearing!
5/24/2018 2017-CT-001170-A-E
2017-CT-001171-A-E
2017-CT-001169-A-E
DUI, No motorcycle endorsement and no registration DUI DISMISSED! Our client is a UCF student who was pulled over on his moped on a UCF game day. After a DUI investigation UCF PD arrested our client. Leppard Law filed a motion to suppress the evidence. After showing the prosecutor some of the mistakes that UCF PD made during the investigation, the prosecutor agreed to drop all charges!
5/21/2018 1992-CT-031490-A-W DUI DUI DISMISSED! Central Florida DUI Dismissed! This Monday (5/21/2018) the State of Florida filed a “nolle prosequi” dismissing all the DUI charges against our client. In a Google review, this is what our client had to say about the Leppard Law- Orlando DUI Attorney Joe Easton’s role in the DUI dismissal: “Joe Easton of Leppard Law was retained by me as I was charged with DUI while on vacation. Outcome? … Absolute and total dismissal! . . . Perhaps when the prosecutor does battle with him, they come out on the losing end so surrender from the jump. I don’t know how the rabbit gets pulled out of the hat and I don’t know how the sauce is made… It truly doesn’t matter as Joe makes it happen. I believe there’s a word that defines this.. it’s called talent! Thanks again Joe!” Our client avoided a permanent DUI conviction, fines, classes and increased insurance rates (saving of upwards of $20,000 over his lifetime!)
5/7/18 2017-CT-009885-A-O DUI Reckless Driving (no conviction) Our client was involved in a vehicle crash where he rammed into another vehicle causing both cars to skid off the roadway. The arresting officer smelled alcohol and observed him swaying and slurring his words. However our client refused to do field sobriety exercises and refused to provide a sample of his breath. Attorney Easton filed a motion to suppress and argued that the arresting officer did not have probable cause to arrest. Prior to the motion, the State agreed to amend the charge to a reckless driving and allowed our client to get the entire case sealed from his record.
5/7/18 DUI Reckless Driving Our client was involved in a vehicle crash where he rammed into another vehicle causing both cars to skid off the roadway. The arresting officer smelled alcohol and observed him swaying and slurring his words. However our client refused to do field sobriety exercises and refused to provide a sample of his breath. Attorney Easton filed a motion to suppress and argued that the arresting officer did not have probable cause to arrest. Prior to the motion, the State agreed to amend the charge to a reckless driving and allowed our client to get the entire case sealed from his record.
4/4/18 2018-CT-000106-A-E DUI Wet reckless, withhold, 8 months probation Orlando DUI charge reduced to a reckless driving! Leppard Law DUI attorney Joel Leppard’s skillful advocacy on behalf of our client resulted in his DUI charge being reduced to a reckless driving. This DUI charge arose when our client was stopped for failing to maintain a single lane and speeding. Upon contact, the officer claimed to have smelled the odor of alcohol on our client’s breath, and that our client admitted to having one Long Island iced tea. After performing the Field Sobriety Exercises, our client was arrested for DUI. DUI attorney Joel Leppard filed a motion to suppress the evidence and had discussions with the State whereby he pointed out that the officer’s observations did not rise to the level of reasonable suspicion necessary to request Field Sobriety Exercises under Florida law. Thus, the State had no option but to reduce the charge from a DUI to a reckless driving, and our client no longer has to worry about having the cloud of a DUI on his record for the rest of his life hanging over his head!
4/4/2018 2017-CT-007217-A-O, 2017-CT-007216-A-O DUI with property damage; Leaving the Scene of an Accident Motion to Suppress the evidence granted; DUI dismissed! A withhold of adjuctication (no conviction) and court costs on the leaving the scene case. Our client was accused of hitting seven vehicles in her parking garage on her way home causing over $30,000 in damage. Orlando Police department officers confronted her in her home shortly thereafter and arrested her after smelling alchohol, observing poor performance on her sobriety exercises and hearing slurred speech. At a motion to suppress hearing, Leppard Law was able to show that the officers did not arrest her properly– resulting in the DUI being dismissed! Our client faced only paying court costs on the leaving the scene case (no probation or community service.)
4/2/18 2017-MM-007177-A-O Trespass In Structure State dropped the charges after defense filed and set a motion to dismiss. Not without much hard fighting against unwilling prosecutors. Trespass charge dismissed! Leppard Law attorney Joel Leppard’s skillful advocacy on behalf our client resulted in a complete dismissal of the trespass charges. This trespass charge arose when an officer arrested our client for entering or remaining on the property in question without being authorized, licensed, or invited. Attorney Leppard filed a motion to dismiss whereby he argued that the charge should be dropped because the owner of the property in question gave our client permission to be there, which means that even in the light most favorable to the State, they could not prove that our client was not invited to be on the premises by someone legally authorized to invite him. As a result, the prosecutor had no choice but to file a “nolle prosequi” in open court, which resulted in the dismissal of the trespass charges altogether. Thus, our client was able to avoid all of the consequences associated with this second-degree misdemeanor!
3/15/18 2017-CT-007430-A-O DUI; Resisting Without Violence Wet reckless, withheld; Resisting, withheld
2/26/2018 2017-MM-010078A DUI; LSOA Absolute DUI mins, no jail time. State was seeking 30 days jail. Crashed into several cars, taken to the hospital, drew blood at about 4 times the legal limit
2/26/18 2017-MM-008902-A-O DUI Wet reckless, withheld; Resisting, withheld Seminole County DUI charge reduced to a reckless driving! Leppard Law DUI attorney Joel Leppard’s skillful advocacy on behalf of our client resulted in her DUI charge being reduced to a reckless driving. This DUI charge arose when an officer responded to a crash involving our client and another driver. Upon contact, the officer alleged to have smelled the odor of alcohol from our client’s breath, and that she admitted to having three to four in approximately a six-hour period. Our client was arrested by the officer for DUI after performing Field Sobriety Exercises, and she later provided two breath samples of .226 and .225. DUI attorney Joel Leppard filed a motion to suppress the evidence and had discussions with the State whereby he pointed out that the officer’s initial inquiry of our client did not provide reasonable suspicion to initiate a DUI investigation and compel Field Sobriety Exercises. As a result, the State had no choice but to reduce the DUI charge to a reckless driving and our client no longer has to worry about having a DUI conviction permanently on her record!
2/16/2018 2017-CF-009040-A-O Contributiing To The Delinquency of a Minor, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Cannabis, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Withhold – credit for time served Defendant sold drugs to an undercover police officer
2/14/2018 2017-TR-149779-A-O, 2017-CT-009414-A-O, and 2017-CT-009413-A-O Careless Driving and DUI and Leaving Scene w/o giving info Stipulated below .15 mins, dropped the LSOA Crash case and LSOA
2/14/18 2017-CT-004481-A-O DUI with property damage. DUI DISMISSED! Court suppressed the entire case Our client was leaving the parking garage at Pointe Orlando and was stopped for careless driving. An officer stopped her and after making observations of impairment, called another officer to conduct a DUI investigation. Attorney Easton filed a suppression hearing and argued there was not reasonable suspicion to conduct a DUI investigation. After hearing testimony, the Judge agreed and suppressed ALL evidence obtained in the case. The State was left with no other option, but to dismiss all charges.
2/13/2018 2017-CT-1068-E DUI We got the video the night before that contradicted most of the police report. We got the State to drop the case right before the suppression hearing. Defendant was pulled over for allegedly driving all over the road, speeding and almost causing an accident. Defendant smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. It was late at night and he was coming home from a bar. He was ultimately arrested and blew just under the legal limit. However, police found a recently smoked blunt in his car and he refused to provide a urine sample.
2/13/2018 2017-CT-001068-A-E DUI DUI DISMISSED! We got the video the night before that contradicted most of the police report. We got the State to drop the case right before the suppression hearing. Defendant was pulled over for allegedly driving all over the road, speeding and almost causing an accident. Defendant smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. It was late at night and he was coming home from a bar. He was ultimately arrested and blew just under the legal limit. However, police found a recently smoked blunt in his car and he refused to provide a urine sample.
2/12/18 2017 CT 003092 and 003093 DUI and Reckless Driving Stipulated below .15 mins Alleged to have driven the wrong way on the Florida Turnpike and was found asleep in his car in the median
2/1/2018 2017-TR-125303-A-O and 2017-CT-007667-A-O Careless DRiving and DUI DUI DISMISSED! The State dropped the case the day of trial. Officer thought defendant might have Asperger’s, wasn’t sure if he was drunk. Gave the defendant a chance to leave if he got a ride, but client tried leaving in his car again. Joe Easton set the case for trial, hired an expert witness and prepared for trial. Right before the trial was to start, the state dismissed the drunk driving case.
1/30/2018 1986-CT-18598-E DUI DUI dismissed! Defendant in Alaska found he had a DUI in Orlando, Florida from 30 years ago he didn’t know he had. Joel Leppard worked with the prosecution to dismiss the charges.
1/24/2018 2017-CT-8702 DUI, Refusal Stiputated to outside 5 years, mostly DUI mins Defendant was pulled over for driving 50 in a 25. Defendant smelled of alcohol, but repeatedly lied saying he had not drank that night. He made multiple mistakes during FSEs, did not provide a breath sample, and had a previous DUI conviction.
1/23/2018 2017-TR-049342-A-O and 2017-CT-002911-A-O 2nd time DUI; No Lamps or Illuminating Devices DUI DISMISSED! The court granted the Motion to Suppress Evidence filed by the Firm, forcing the State to drop the case due to lack of evidence. Facing mandatory jail time for his 2nd DUI in the last two years. Client was also facing a 5 year mandatory license suspension. All charges dismissed after Joel Leppard won the motion to Suppress the evidence!
1/22/2018 2017-TR-117892-A-O and 2017-CT-007202-A-O Driving While License Suspended and Reckless Driving Alcohol Related Wet Reckless with standard DUI Minimums, despite the defendant’s breath tests blowing above .150.
1/12/2018 2017-MM-008325A DUI Wet Reckless, withhold of adjudication
1/8/2018 2017-CT-8600 DUI W/H Reckless Driving Defendant was driving all over the road and coming to a complete stop in the middle of the highway. When police arrived, she was passed out in the driver’s seat. The officer made repeated attempts to wake her up, and when she finally did wake up she kept trying to turn the car on and drive away even though the keys were in the backseat. She blew over .15 on the breathalyzer.
1/8/2018 2017-CT-001935-A-W DUI DUI mins
1/5/2018 2017-CT-2820 DUI Stipulated below .15 mins Defendant crashed into another car with an entire family in it. He admitted to drinking and that he was driving home from a bar. He later blew over .20.
1/5/2018 2017-CT-002819, 2017-CT-002820, 2017-TR-034990 DUI Stipulated below .15 mins Defendant crashed into another car with an entire family in it. He admitted to drinking and that he was driving home from a bar. He later blew over .20.
12/15/17 2017-CT-001974-A-W Leaving the Scene of the Accident. All charges dismissed! Our client was witnessed fleeing the scene of the accident. After making incriminating statements to law enforcement our client was charging with leaving the scene. Attorney Joe Easton demonstrated the weakness of the State’s case and the prosecutor dropped the charges! (The State, in the words of our client “folded like cardboard.”)
12/6/2017 2017-TR-053694-A-O and 2017-CT-002914-A0O Pedestrian Obstruction/Hindering Traffic and Driving While License Suspended (on a DUI suspension and while on DUI probation.) Initial offer: 29 days jail. Result: alchohol treatment and court costs; No jail or probation!
11/17/2017 2017-MM-000842-A-W Petit Theft Dismissed.
10-13-2017 2017-MM-000020A Careless Driving Court found the defendant not guilty at trial on the citation. CDL DRIVER. Driving a truck when it caught fire and he jumped out. Officer with thousands of investigations testified. Attorney Joel Leppard secured a ‘not guilty’ at the trial and kept the CDL (truck driver) driving record clean from mandatory points.
10-10-17 2016-CF-006176-A-O Grand Theft Original offer was 90 days jail and a felony. The charge was amended to Petit Theft, a misdemeanor, and our client was fined–no jail sentence. The defendant was charged with Grand Theft for stealing over $300 worth of merchandise. The State sought a 40 day jail sentence, which would have required the defendant to leave her home in Europe.
9-22-17 2017-MM-002429-A Second time DUI; 18 month DMV suspension (with no hardship) Avoided DUI conviction, reckless driving. With the firm’s help, the defendant was able to avoid the minimum sanctions that come with a second DUI AND some sanctions that come with a first DUI. The defendant had to perform 50 hours of community service and pay fines and costs, but received no jail time, no probation except for a mandatory ankle monitor for 60 days, and no additional driver’s license suspension. ALSO won the DMV hearing on appeal, avoiding an 18 month driver’s license suspension (hard time!) If we had lost the case, our client would have had to go 18 months without even having a hardship license! This was the defendant’s second DUI. The defendant was riding with a group of motorcyclists when two deputies saw him run a stop sign and pulled him over. The police claimed he seemed drunk and had him perform field sobriety exercises, even though he was undergoing multiple back surgeries. He was thereafter arrested for DUI.
9-20-17 2017-CT-001578-A-O DUI Amended charge to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related The police pulled the defendant over for driving 60 mph in a 35 mph zone and swerving. When the officer approached the car, he placed the defendant in handcuffs without arresting him, and proceeded to question him. The defendant was thereafter arrested for DUI.
9-19-17 2017-CT-003024 DUI No jail time, one year of probation A deputy saw the defendant sitting at a stop sign for an unusually long period of time, then as the vehicle drove away the deputy noticed the vehicle’s tag was expired, leading the deputy to inititate a traffic stop. When the deputy approached the vehicle, the defendant admitted to having a few beers at a nearby bar but said he was the least drunk out of everyone in the car. The defendant was requested to perform field sobriety exercises, after which he was placed under arrest for DUI.
9-5-17 2017-CT-004256-A-O DUI with Property Damage or Personal Injury Despite the egregious facts of the case, Leppard Law convinced the State to stipulate to a blood alcohol level of lower than .15 (rather than over .20) and amended the charge from DUI with Property Damage or Personal Injury to the lesser charge of simple DUI. The defendant avoided all jail time and only had to go on probation for one year. The defendant was accused of driving while drunk and crashing into an Uber driver with a passenger. After he was questioned by the police and performed field sobriety exercises, the defendant was placed under arrest for DUI with Property Damage or Personal Injury. When the defendant was tested for breath, his results came to .213 and .206, more than two and a half times above the legal limit of .08.
8-25-17 2017-CT-005612-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal A security guard noticed the defendant was passed out in his vehicle on a driveway and called the cops. When the police arrived, they saw the defendant sitting in his car and vomiting outside the vehicle. The defendant told the police that he was drunk and had several drinks. He then refused to perform field sobriety exercises, and was placed under arrest for DUI.
8-23-17 2017-CF-000320-A Possession of Not More Than 20 Grams of Cannabis and Tampering with Physical Evidence After trying to pursue jail time for the felony charge, the State ultimately had to drop the Tampering with Physical Evidence charge. The defendant only had to serve 12 months of probation for the Cannabis charge, with adjudication withheld (no conviction on his record). While on probation for a felony, the defendant was arrested for allegedly being in Possession of Not More Than 20 Grams of Cannabis. When the police came across the defendant, they claimed he tried to place the cannabis inside his mouth and ingest it; thus there was an additional charge of Tampering with Physical Evidence, a third degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a $5,000 fine.
8-22-17 2017-CT-000505-A-E DUI The Seminole County case was dismissed. The firm presented the strengths of the case to the State, including the fact that the police officer was acting outside of her jurisdiction when she arrested the defendant, and there was little to no evidence that the defendant was drunk when he was driving. The State amended the charge to simple Reckless Driving (NOT Alcohol Related), and the defendant only had to pay court costs and a fine of $25. Driving Under the Influence (DUI). The police officer served in Maitland Police Department within Orange County, but waited until the defendant was in Seminole County to pull him over. The State then tried to charge him with DUI twice–one for each county
8-21-17 2017-CT-000966-A-W Driving with License Suspended (on DUI suspension) Original offer: 15 days jail. The defendant only had to pay court costs. The defendant was charged with Driving with License Suspended, after his license was recently suspended for DUI. When the defendant was pulled over, he was said by police to have quickly gotten out of the driver’s seat and jump into the back seat area.
8-21-17 2017-CT-000966-A-W Driving with License Suspended The defendant only had to pay court costs. The defendant was charged with Driving with License Suspended, after his license was recently suspended for DUI. When the defendant was pulled over, he was said by police to have quickly gotten out of the driver’s seat and jump into the back seat area.
8/16/2017 2017-CT-002413-A-O DUI DUI DISMISSED! Leppard Law filed a Motion to Suppress all evidence from the traffic stop, arguing that law enforcement did not have reasonalbe suspicion to delay the stop without any evidence connecting the defendant to the burglary, thereby violating the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Motion was granted, and the State was forced to drop the case. The defendant was subject to a traffic stop for pulling out in front of traffic. However, because this was in the vicinity of a burglary, the police officer stalled the traffic stop for a backup unit to arrive and investigate the vehicle for the burglary. After the unit determined the defendant was not the culprit in the burglary, the officer who pulled the defendant over finally conducted his traffic investigation and arrested the defendant for DUI.
8-11-17 2017-CT-005056-A-O DUI DUI amended to reckless driving. Won DHSMV hearing. The defendant was arrested for DUI, after running a red light and being pulled over.
8-8-17 2017-CT-000983-A-O Driving with License Suspended Pending Dismissal Driving with License Suspended. Police observed the defendant’s vehicle’s front left tire was completely missing and the rim was scraping against the road, causing flames and smoke to emanate from the vehicle. When police pulled the vehicle over, they found that the defendant’s license was suspended and arrested him.
7-28-17 2016-CT-010025-A-O DUI Charge amended to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related with a withhold of adjudication (no conviction). DUI. Involved in a crash while Driving Under the Influence.
7-27-17 2017-CT-000194-A-E DUI DUI dismissed. Arrested for DUI. The defendant scored above .15 on the Breathalyzer, which would result in the installation of a Breathalyzer in the defendant’s vehicle if convicted.
7-24-17 2017-MM-004918-A-O Possession of 20 Grams or Less of Cannabis Withhold of adjudication (no conviction) and court costs; no fines. The police allegedly found cannabis in the defendant’s vehicle after pulling him over.
7-17-17 2017-CT-001852 No valid tag. Dismissed Attached an invalid tag to her vehicle.
7-17-17 2017-CT-000593-A-W DUI Minimum DUI penalties with no additional sanctions The defendant drove about two miles on the wrong side of an expressway, then ran a red light while the police were trying to pull her over.
7-12-17 2017-CT-001029-A-W DUI WH reckless driving (no DUI conviction) Arrested for DUI; scored about .20 on the Breathlyzer, two and a half times the legal limit.
6-28-17 2016-CT-009901-A-O DUI Amended charge to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related, withhold of adjudication (no conviction). DUI. The defendant was accused of causing a crash while Driving Under the Influence.
6-23-17 2016-CF-013360-A-O Grand Theft Third Degree Leppard Law negotiated a plea deal with no jail time and a withhold of adjudication (no conviction). The defendant was accused of stealing about $4,500.
6-19-17 2017-CT-003285-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal Law enforcement pulled the defendant’s vehicle over after the defendant made an angry gesture with his fist at the officer for honking at him. He was then arrested for DUI.
6-16-17 2017-CT-001608-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal The defendant was pulled over for driving against traffic. During the traffic stop, the defendant admitted to having a lot to drink, and was soon arrested for DUI. He scored above .150 on the Breathalyzer, which would typically result in the defendant being required to have a Breathalyzer installed in the vehicle if convicted.
6-14-17 2017-CF-000763-A-O Felony DUI (3rd DUI within 10 years) Leppard Law negotiated a plea deal where the defendant was only sentenced with absolute minimum DUI sanctions, despite his lengthy criminal history (scoring almost mandatory prison.) Driving Under the Influence. The defendant had 3 prior DUIs and robbery with a firearm on his record.
6-9-17 2017-CT-002312-A-O 2nd DUI (within five years). Reckless Driving, almost no sanctions. The defendant was pulled over, almost immediately put in handcuffs, and arrested for a second DUI in less than 3 years, which carries a mandatory 10 day jail sentence and severe DUI sanctions. The firm filed a Motion to Suppress arguing that the police’s conduct in the case was unlawful and egregious. Even though the defendant was said to have had the odor of alcohol, glassy, bloodshot eyes, and slurred speech, the State amended his charge to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related. The defendant was able to avoid the heavy sanctions that come with a second DUI, including fines, vehicle impoundment, and having to install an ignition interlock device.
6-8-17 2017-CF-000022-A-O Possession of a Firearm by a Conviceted Felon, Possession of Ammunition by a Convicted Felon Leppard Law composed and presented a Mitigation Package to the State detailing how the defendant had turned his life around and that the incident was nonviolent. The defendant received a plea deal involving only probation–no jail time. (This charge carries a MANDATORY prison term of 3 years.) The defendant was handling his firearm early on New Year’s Day when he accidentally discharged it and the bullet traveled into the adjoining apartment. After confirming that his neighbors were unharmed, the defendant was apprehended by law enforcement and arrested for possession of a firearm and ammunition as a convicted felon (four prior felony convictions); the defendant could have served up to 20 years in prison if convicted.
6-7-17 2017-CF-006120-A-O Aggravated Battery Upon a Pregnant Person, Battery (Domestic Violence) Amended to simple battery (a misdemeanor, punishable only by up to 1 year in prison). The defendant was not fined nor required to perform community service, but just had to take the statutorily mandated Domestic Batterers class. Accused of strangling his fiance, the defendant was charged with a second degree felony battery, punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
6-7-17 2016-TR-016292-A-O Improper Change of Lane Pulling in Front of Vehicle Dismissed The defendant was involved in a crash and charged with making an improper lane chance and pulling in front of a vehicle.
5-15-17 2017-CT-000553-A-W DUI Pending Dismissal The defendant was pulled over for weaving left and right inside her lane, and her front tire was flat and scraping the road. She was subsequently arrested for DUI.
5-10-17 2017-MO-000401-A-O Open Container on Public Property Dismissed The defendant was observed walking down Orange Avenue with a shirt that said “F*** the Cops.” He was then arrested for carrying an open container of alcohol in violation of Orlando city ordinance.
5-10-17 2016-MM-013112-A-O Battery Charges dismissed! The defendant was charged with Battery (along with 2016-MM-013111-A-O) after allegedly causing a fight at a local eatery in downtown Orlando.
5-10-17 2016-MM-013111-A-O Battery Charge dismissed! The defendant was charged with Battery (along with 2016-MM-013112-A-O) after allegedly causing a fight at a local eatery in downtown Orlando.
5-3-17 2016-CF-012799-A-O Domestic Violence, Aggravated Battery on a Pregnant Person Leppard Law brought the charge down to misdemeanor battery, with the Domestic Batterers class required by statute. No fines or community service. The defendant was charged with Domestic Violence and Aggravated Battery on a Pregnant Person, punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
4-25-17 2017-CT-001653-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal DUI. The defendant was accused of drifting across three lanes; when the police officer pulled the defendant over, he claimed the defendant was heavily intoxicated
4-21-17 2017-CT-000334-A-W DUI Charge amended to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related. The defendant was able to avoid the 10-day mandatory jail time, fines, ignition interlock device, and other penalties that come with conviction for a second DUI. The defendant was arrested for a second-time DUI.
4-18-17 2016-CT-002201-A-W DUI The State dismissed the DUI charge to Reckless Driving (simple not alchohol related) with only a $250 fine. . The defendant did not receive a driver’s license suspension, nor was required to complete a DUI class. The defendant was accused of drunk driving by his girlfriend. When the police arrived, they refused to allow the defendant into his home despite his insistence that he did not wish to have any contact with law enforcement. The defendant was ultimately arrested for DUI.
4-18-17 2016-CT-002201-A-W DUI The State amended the charge to Reckless Driving with only a $250 fine. The defendant did not receive a driver’s license suspension, nor was required to complete a DUI class. The defendant was accused of drunk driving by his girlfriend. When the police arrived, they refused to allow the defendant into his home despite his insistence that he did not wish to have any contact with law enforcement. The defendant was ultimately arrested for DUI.
3-29-17 2016-MM-013215-A-O Battery, Disorderly Conduct. All charges dismissed Battery. The defendant was observed on video surveillance punching a security guard, then resisting law enforcement’s orders.
3-27-17 2017-MM-000060-A-E Possession of Cannabis <20 Grams Pending Dismissal When the defendant was pulled over for a traffic stop, law enforcement allegedly found cannabis inside the vehicle
3-21-17 2016-CT-008671-A-O DUI Leppard Law negotiatied a sentence where the defendant was subject to only the minimum penalties for DUI, and the State agreed to waive $30,000 in restitution damages The defendant was accused of being involved in a 4 car collision while Driving Under the Influence.
3-20-17 2016-CF-009746-A-O Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Trespass in Structure, Resisting Officer Without Violence, Introduce Contraband in County Facility Facing two felonies and three misdeameanors for a possible of 12 years in prison, our client had to pay a fine of $576, and the court withheld adjudication (no conviction). The defendant was charged with trespassing on Wal-Mart property. When law enforcement insisted that he leave the premises, the defendant got on an electronically powered shopping cart and drove towards the officers. When they finally arrested the defendant and brought him to the County Jail, two baggies of heroin allegedly dropped out of his jacket and drug paraphernalia was found on his person.
3-20-17 2016-CF-009746-A-O Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Trespass in Structure, Resisting Officer Without Violence, Introduce Contraband in County Facility The defendant only had to pay a fine of $576, and the court withheld adjudication (no conviction). The defendant was charged with trespassing on Wal-Mart property. When law enforcement insisted that he leave the premises, the defendant got on an electronically powered shopping cart and drove towards the officers. When they finally arrested the defendant and brought him to the County Jail, two baggies of heroin allegedly dropped out of his jacket and drug paraphernalia was found on his person.
3-1-17 2017-MM-000831-A-O Battery Complete dismissal, despite alleged victim’s willingness to testify. In addition, the defendant’s employer’s HR department took no action. The defendant was accused of battery for stuffing bread in his co-worker’s mouth, who then sought to press charges
2-10-17 2017-MM-000178-A-O Petit Theft (Retail) Pending Dismissal The defendant was observed on surveillance camera allegedly shoplifting a $50 shirt from a retail store.
2-6-17 2016-CT-009484-A-O Driving Without Valid License Amended charge to Failure to Carry License, a non-criminal traffic infraction, with adjudication withheld (no conviction). The defendant was pulled over and subsequently charged with Driving Without a Valid License, a criminal offense.
2-6-17 2016-CT-009484-A-O DUI Without Valid License Amended charge to Failure to Carry License, a non-criminal traffic infraction, with adjudication withheld (no conviction). The defendant was pulled over and subsequently charged with Driving Without a Valid License, a criminal offense.
1-27-17 2016-CT-010022-A-O DUI Dismissed. Driving Under the Influence. DUI.
1-27-17 2016-CT-010022-A-O DUI Pending Dismissal Driving Under the Influence. DUI.
1-26-17 2016-MM-001033 Pending Dismissal The police alleged that the defendant was causing a distubance in a bar and ignored police officers’ orders to leave the premises.
1-19-17 35-2016-CT-004017 Driving with License Suspended After filing motions and showing the strengths of the case to the prosecutor, Leppard Law was able to have the case dismissed. Law enforcement arrested the defendant for allegedly driving with her license suspended from DUI. The State wanted to give the defendant 10 days jail time.
1-18-17 2016-MM-010031-A-O Driving with License Suspended Dismissed Driving with License Suspended.
1-11-17 2016-CT-008878-A-O Driving with License Suspended Leppard Law got the case dismissed, despite the defendant’s long criminal history Charged with Driving with License Suspended.
1-8-17 2016-MM-001265-A-W Domestic Violence (Battery) Dismissed Domestic Violence (Battery).
12-6-16 2016-MM-008672-A-O Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Dismissed Charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
11-29-16 2016-CT-000998-A-E Leave Scene Without Giving Info >$50 Damage The defendant agreed to plea nolo contendre and complete an 8 hour traffic course. The defendant was charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
11-9-16 2016-CT-007479-A-O DUI Charge amended to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related, adjudication withheld (no conviction). Driving Under the Influence. DUI.
10-31-16 2016-CF-004449-A-O Grand Theft Third Degree Motor Vehicle After taking depositions and explaining the strengths of the case, Leppard Law got the case dismissed. The defendant was accused of refusing to return a rental car for over 6 months, and owed $16,000 in damages.
7-25-16 2016-CF-005894-A-O Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Sell or Deliver Adjudication withheld (no conviction). The defendant had to serve 18 months probation and complete 25 hours of community service. Charged with possession of Cannabis with Intent to Sell or Deliver, a 3rd degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison.
6-22-16 2016-MM-000797-A-O Petit Theft All charges dismissed! The defendant was accused of stealing almost $300 from Universal Studios while on vacation. The judge sought to force the defendant to return to the United States, and ban her from Florida as part of her sentence. Leppard Law worked with the prosecution to get the charges completely dropped.
6-3-16 2016-CT-004017-A-O DUI Charge amended to Reckless Driving-Alcohol Related, adjudication withheld (no conviction). DUI. Accused of causing a crash while Driving Under the Influence.
5-26-16 2016-MM-004511-A-O Posession of Cannabis and Drug Paraphernalia Fine of $273 and adjudication withheld (no conviction). Charged with possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia.
4-18-16 2016-MM-003055-A-O Battery (Domestic Violence) VOP Dismissed. Violation of Probation (Battery) dismissed.
6-15-2016 1. 2016-MM-000962, 2.2016-TR-014045 1. Possession of Canabis <20 grams; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 2. Side Windows- restrict on sunscreen material 1. Diversion/dismissed. 2.Dismissed
5-10-2016 2016-MM-000247 Driving Motor Vehicle without License Reduced to Driving Motor Vehicle without License, Withheld Adjudication, 50 hours of community service Client had four prior Driving With License Suspended Charges, kept Driver’s License!
6-14-2016 2016-MM-0003478 1. Possession of not more than 20 grams of cannabis 2. Use or Possession of Drug Parapheernalia 1. Adjudication Withheld, $100 Fine 2. Dismissed
05-13-2016 2016-CT-003264 Driving while license susp/revoked with knowledge reduced to non-criminal traffic infraction
6-7-2016 2016-TR-016292 Improper change of lane pulling in front of vehicle Dismissed
1-15-2016 2015-MM-014227 Battery (Domestic Violence) Dismissed, Record Cleared
04-06-2016 2015-MM-05138 Expunction/ Petit Theft Granted
01-29-14 2013-CF-010072 1.Possession of Cocaine 2.Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Nolle Prosequi
2-24-14 2014-CF-14639-A-O 1. Possession of Cocaine (F3) 2. Possession of Cannabis 3. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Nolle Prosequi
05-22-2014 2014-CF-000253-A-O Possession of Cocaine (F3) Nolle Prosequi
8-21-2014 2014-CF-004946-A-O 1.Possession of Heroin 2. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 1.Nolle Prosequi 2.Nolle Prosequi
2-10-2015 2014-CF-5569-A-O Possession of Oxycodone Nolle Prosequi
2-27-14 2013-CF-010852 Carrying a Concealed Firearm Nolle Prosequi
4-14-2014 2013-CF-15209 Aggravated Assault w/ Deadly Weapon Nolle Prosequi set for trial, facing three year minimum mandatory sentence. Set for trial, case dropped on the day of trial
12-9-2015 2015-MM-012434-A-O Disorderly Conduct Dismissed No Information (Case Dropped)
12-9-2015 2015-CT-3467 No Valid Driver’s License Dismissed
12-9-2015 2015-TR-54076 Expired Registration 6 months or Less Dismissed
12-9-2015 2015-TR-56922 Motorcycle Failure to Wear Approved Eyewear Dismissed
07-13-15 2014-CT-008646 TR-Failed to Report Information to Injured Person Adjudication Withheld
03-28-2016 48-2015-MM-000955 Petit Theft (Retail) Pretrial Diversion/ Nolle Prosequi
06-22-2015 2015-MM-03208-A-O Petit Theft Adjudication Withheld/ fine $588
11-20-2015 2015-CF-000215-A-O Petit Theft plea to misdeameanor, restitution and fine $1,071.78
03-29-2016 2015-CF-013916-A-O 1. False and Fraudulent Insurance Claims 2. False and Fraudulent Insurance Claims 3.False Report to Law Enforcement Authorities Pretrial Diversion/ Dismissed

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