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Recent Successful Case Results

Law Office of Eric J. Blatti

Driving Under the Influence (DUI)

  • Beecher vs. SC - The defendant allegedly drank a bottle of whiskey in the morning and drove to the fire station for help. The case was dismissed.
  • State vs. WC - The client admitted to being an alcoholic for 20 years and had five shots prior to driving. The client received a Not Guilty at trial.
  • Shorewood vs. AE - The defendant said he "flew to Taco Bell." He was found Not Guilty at trial.
  • State vs. FK - Second DUI. The client struck two parked cars and flipped his vehicle over. The client received a Not Guilty at trial.
  • State vs. RG - The client admitted to drinking five Miller Lites and drove on the wrong side of the road. The client received a Not Guilty at trial.
  • State vs. MR - The client allegedly left the scene of an accident while under the influence. The client received a Not Guilty at trial.
  • State vs. TS - The client got a car stuck in a field, and blew a .22 on PBT. The client received a Not Guilty at trial.
  • State vs. JB - The client was facing a Class 2 felony DUI charge for a second DUI with her child in the car. The client received a Not Guilty at trial.
  • State vs. SL - The client was facing a misdemeanor DUI charge. The client won a Motion to Suppress the bad arrest and was found Not Guilty.
  • State vs. JM - The client was facing a misdemeanor DUI charge and was found Not Guilty at a bench trial.

Felony Charges

  • State vs. BH - The client was charged with making U.S. currency. The charge was reduced to a misdemeanor.
  • State vs. MH - The client was charged with Identity Theft. The defense discovery proved she was 100% innocent and the charges were dropped.
  • State vs. EP - The client was given probation after her ninth theft-related offense.
  • State vs. AR - The client was charged with Aggravated Battery against a court bailiff. The charge was reduced to a misdemeanor and client was released with time served.

Misdemeanor Charges

  • State vs. NW - The client left small child in car for 45 min on a frigid December day. The defense achieved a delayed dismissal of the charge.
  • State vs. RJ - A Korean War veteran was charged with stealing a VFW plaque. The charge was dismissed on the very first court appearance.

Orders of Protection

  • TP vs. MA - Allegations of harassment at home and work. The Order of Protection was dismissed following the hearing.
  • DC vs. AD - Allegations of stalking and threats. The Order of Protection was dismissed following the hearing.
  • State vs. BT - Following a brother vs. brother altercation in which the victim received eight stitches, the client was charged with Misdemeanor Battery. The Order of Protection was dismissed following the hearing, and the client was found Not Guilty at trial.

Criminal Law

  • State vs. TB - Misdemeanor. The client allegedly forged an ex-girlfriend's check for $1000. The case was dismissed.

Traffic Law

  • State vs. LH - The client was charged with driving a semi overweight. The case was dismissed saving the client thousands of dollars.
  • State vs. JH - The client was charged with misdemeanor speeding. The case was dismissed saving her a mandatory conviction.
  • Frankfort vs. TM - A Commercial Driver's License (CDL) holder charged with a serious mover. The charges were amended to non-mover, thus no points were assessed.

Secretary of State Hearings

  • CB vs. Secretary of State - Driver's License Reinstatement. The client was granted driving privileges after one hearing.
  • RD vs. Secretary of State - Driver's License Reinstatement. The client was granted driving privileges after two DUIs.

Juvenile Law

  • State vs. AB - The client was charged with pawning sporting goods. The case was dismissed.
  • State vs. AG - The client was charged with two Class 2 felonies for breaking into cars. The charges were reduced to misdemeanors.

Forfeiture

  • State vs. GD - The defendant's car was seized following an arrest for Driving While Suspended. The proceeding was dismissed and the car was returned.
  • State vs. LH - A client's son took his mom's car and drove drunk. The police forfeited the car. The car was returned following a hearing.
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