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Disclaimer: The facts and circumstances of each case are different as such each case must be evaluated upon the unique  circumstances and facts. The results summarized here are not necessarily representative of the results obtained in all cases.

DACA Awarded

Attorney Senges successfully obtained DACA for a young DREAMer who the government said lacked the proper documentation to prove he qualified. Attorney Senges won the case by working collaboratively with her client to come up creative ways to show he qualified despite lack of 'traditional' documentation that many immigrants lack due to their legal status and marginalization in society. La abogada Senges obtuvo con éxito DACA para un joven DREAMer que el gobierno dijo que no tenia la documentación adecuada para demostrar que calificaba. La abogada Senges ganó el caso al trabajar en colaboración con su cliente para encontrar maneras creativas de demostrar que calificó a pesar de la falta de documentación "tradicional" que muchos inmigrantes le faltan debido a su estatus legal y marginación en la sociedad.

Not Guilty – DWI and Failure to Reduce Speed

Client was charged with DWI and failure to reduce speed. He had left a restaurant in the late evening after having two very large beers and a bit to eat. While driving around a corner, he went off the road. The police responded within minutes. Client was put through the battery of field sobriety tests, was arrested and eventually blew a .14 at the station in downtown Winston Salem, where he was charged with DWI and failure to reduce speed. An unsuccessful motion was made regarding the accuracy of the field sobriety test; however, importantly, the testimony of the officer who testified was clearly not credible. This credibility issue was brought to the forefront by Mr. Fradin. After a full trial on the merits, and the officer’s credibility continually challenged, Mr. Fradin successfully argued to the Forsyth county court that the state had not met its burden of [...]

Dismissed – Speeding Ticket

Our client was cited for speeding 25 miles over the speed limit in Greensboro. With our client facing a revocation of their driver’s license if convicted of such a high speed, Attorney Megan E. Spidell was able to get the Assistant District Attorney to agree to dismiss the speeding ticket, saving the client’s Commercial Driver’s License, and also their job.

Dismissed – Traveling Salesman Speeding Ticket

A client came to us with a ticket for speeding 15 miles-per-hour over the legal limit. The client was a traveling salesman who was issued the ticket in a company car and therefore needed a dismissal to keep his current position. Our Dummit Fradin attorney successfully got the ticket dismissed without any fines, court costs, or classes needed. Our client can now continue his employment in sales without issue.

Driving Privileges Granted – Driving While Impaired

Representing a client who had blown a .22 on the breath test, our attorney successfully negotiated a plea deal wherein the breath test would be excluded. Getting this evidence excluded saved our client from having to install an Ignition Interlock device on his vehicle and paying installation and monthly monitoring fees. Our client was immediately available for driving privileges.

Resolved with Small Fine and Court Costs – Driving While Impaired

Charged with Driving While Impaired (DWI) and other charges, our legal team filed a Motion to Dismiss the case because his client was denied access to witnesses and the opportunity to gather exonerating evidence. Immediately prior to trial, the prosecutor offered to dismiss the DWI and have our client plead to a lesser charge. The case resolved with a small fine and court costs.

Primary Care Taker Granted -Motion for Contempt

Our client is the primary caretaker for the parties’ special-needs teenager. His mother repeatedly refused to pay any financial support. Attorney Megan E. Spidell filed in Winston-Salem and successfully argued a Motion for Contempt in Forsyth County and the Judge found the mother in contempt of court, ordering her to immediately pay her past-due child support for the benefit of the parties’ child. Our client no longer has to financially support his son alone.

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