Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

John Ingrassia was able to secure a dismissal of his client’s DWI charges when the prosecution was not ready to proceed with a pre trial suppression hearing. Mr. Ingrassia persuaded the court that because the prosecution was unable to proceed with evidence at a previously scheduled pretrial suppression hearing, his motion to suppress all evidence obtained as a result of police having stopped his client’s vehicle should be granted.

As a result, given that the prosecution was left without evidence, the Court granted the defendant’s motion to dismiss the charges with prejudice.

Attorney John Ingrassia secures a DWI charge dismissal for his client on the basis of a pre trial suppression hearing not being had. This article is brought to you by Larkin, Ingrassia & Tepermayster, LLP.

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