Cases We've Handled at New Bedford District Court
3rd Offense Reduced to 2nd
Then All Charges Dismissed
'Cop wrote that I had an extremely strong odor of alcohol, red, glossy and bloodshot eyes and ordered me out of my car. After the arrest, they found two alcohol nips in the front seat area. During the year and a half they represented me, they prevented the charge of felony third offense being filed. When the cop failed to show for the second time on a motions date, attorney Dunn vociferously argued that the case was taking too long and the cop didn't bother to notify the court he wasn't going to be there and that the only appropriate remedy was dismissal of all the charges. The judge agreed.