Our law firm has had the opportunity on several occasions to actually resolve cases prior to getting to trial. This is in part due to our strong practice of motion filing.
In all of our DUI cases, after evaluating the discovery from the State and the facts of the case, we file the appropriate motions. Upon filing those motions we set them for hearing. Depending on what motion and what element of the law we’re attacking, it could result in a resolution of your case based on the outcome of the hearing, of the case being dismissed, or causing the State to lose crucial evidence that allows them to offer an amended charge of reckless driving.
So it is quite often, and possible, to resolve your case prior to any kind of trial or any kind of formal resolution through the practice of motions.