State v. R.D.L.
Our client had his license cancelled as inimical to public safety several years ago. The state eventually permitted him to drive, but only with the breath test device in his car. Years later a police officer pulled him over when he saw our client driving with a cell phone in his hands. The State charged R.D.L. with driving in violation of the Ignition Interlock laws as well as using a cell phone when driving. He hired us to keep his license. After discussing the case with the prosecuting attorney, we were able to obtain a Stay of Adjudication for the driving without the use of Ignition Interlock charge and the other charge was dismissed. After one year of probation, the charge will be dismissed with no conviction.