At 19 years old, I was charged with a driving after the consumption of alcohol charge for persons <21. This is basically a provisional DWI, because I am under 21 years of age but I blew under the legal limit for intoxication. I blew a .05. Normally, the defendant is always found guilty in this case, resulting in a loss of license, community service, ADETS classes, and even jail time. However, Roberts Law group was able to get me a Prayer for Judgement Continued for this charge. Patrick Roberts advised me to be pro-active by having me complete the assessment and ADETS classes, as well as 50 hours of community service before my case was presented before a judge. We kept continuing my case until I had completed these tasks. Roberts put forth tremendous effort to get me a PJC, as he ran around to different judges/courtrooms on the day of my trial in hopes to find one that would consider the work and service that I already completed. In the end, he found the right judge and I was granted a PJC. I have no insurance points, did not lose my license, and did not have any time in jail. Roberts Law Group really care about their clients and are definitely worth it!!! I am so grateful for everything they have done for me.
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