DUI CASE RESULTS
HIGH PERCENTAGE OF CASES TRIED
While many DUI attorneys have clients plead guilty, in a significant number of his cases, Mr. Epstein opts to go to trial if he thinks there is a solid defense. In cases actually tried, while results vary from case to case, he has obtained a strong percentage of not guilty verdicts.
U.S. District Court – Mr. Epstein asks Court to postpone upcoming trial so that medical records can be obtained to show that his client was disoriented and had concussion and therefore was unable to consent to breath test. Postponement granted to prepare for upcoming trial.
CUT PROBATION TIME
U.S. District Court for DUI on federal highway, serious accident involved. Defendant placed on probation. No jail time. Judge offered to cut probation time upon completion of required counseling.
ALL CHARGES DROPPED
Anne Arundel Co. District Court. Mr. Epstein had insisted on police officer appearance on first trial date, and cop never showed. On this second appearance Mr. Epstein again stated intent to try case, and cop failed to show. Postponement denied to state, and all charges dropped.
Rockville District Court – 2nd court appearance. Mr. Epstein insisted on appearance of officer who failed to appear for second time. Mr. Epstein demanded a trial. Case dismissed.
Client charged with multiple DUI. The case was dismissed after we took it on.