DUI Charges with Client Hitting 8 Parked Cars Negotiated to Wet Reckless! No Jail!

Recently in Los Angeles County I was able to negotiate to wet reckless charges for my client originally charged with two counts of DUI in violation of Vehicle Code section 23152(a) and 23152(b).

According to a civilian witness, it was alleged that my client hit eight parked cars while he was driving in Los Angeles County. When officers arrived to the scene, there was damage to seven vehicles and our client performed poorly on the field sobriety tests administered by the officers.

My client was arrested for driving under the influence and chose to undergo a chemical breath test. This test determined that my client had a .08/.08 blood alcohol concentration and my client admitted to drinking two beers prior to driving and smoking marijuana.

After presenting the prosecution with a mitigation package on behalf of my client attesting to his commitment to his education and his career, the prosecution agreed to allow my client to plea to wet reckless charges in lieu of the filed DUI counts alleged in the Complaint.

This is an amazing result for my client that avoided jail and DUI convictions!

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