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Wet Reckless Saves Client's Job

Posted by Phillip Crawford | Aug 27, 2021 | 0 Comments

Government employee charged with DUI.   The police obtained four breath test results from him, all showing a blood alcohol level of 0.12 or higher.

If convicted, he faced five years of informal probation, jail time, suspension of his driver license, fines and fees of over $2000, and the loss of his job, his benefits, and his pension.

After extensive negotiations with the prosecutor, he plead to a “wet reckless” misdemeanor, with one year of informal probation, $1000 in fines and fees, no jail time or Work Alternative Program, and no license suspension.  He kept his job.

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Phillip Crawford is an award-winning DUI attorney. In 2018, he won the California DUI Lawyer's Association's top honor when he received the President's Award for excellence in DUI defense. His sole focus is defending DUI cases. Phillip is regarded by judges, prosecutors and fellow defense attorneys as the top DUI in the area who fights passionately for his clients.

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