Disclaimer: The facts and circumstances of each case are different and each case must be evaluated upon the unique facts and circumstances. That being the case, the results summarized here are not necessarily representative of the results obtained in all cases. Case summaries do not constitute a guarantee of any particular result in any legal matter. Not all cases handled by our firm are posted on our site, but these results are representative of the work we do.
Case Dismissed For Client Facing Fifty Years in Prison for Burglary - Our client was facing fifty years in prison for multiple counts of Burglary First Degree, Theft, and Assault. The client firmly maintained his innocence throughout the process. Our firm completed a thorough investigation of the facts of the case and Read More . . .
DUI First Offense Amended to Reckless Driving - Our client was facing a first offense DUI and the loss of his license. He was working as a delivery driver to put himself through college and if his license was suspended, he was going to lose his job. Our Read More . . .
Do I have to tell my boss about my DUI? - A DUI can create problems in your life beyond those faced in the courtroom. Dealing with a DUI can be challenging, especially when it comes to your job. Depending on your employer, the consequences of a DUI at work can Read More . . .
Client Facing Five Years For Felony Trafficking Receives Two Weekends - Our client was facing five years in prison for the felony of Trafficking Marijuana, as well as Fleeing and Evading Police and Resisting Arrest. After the case was presented to the grand jury, the grand jurors made the decision to Read More . . .
Professional Avoids Jail/Hard License Suspension After DUI Amendment - Our client was facing a mandatory four days in jail for a first offense DUI with a tough judge. He had submitted to a breath test at the jail that was well in excess of the .15 limit for aggravated Read More . . .
Recovering Addict Receives Treatment Rather Than Prison, Avoids Felony - Our client was facing up to three years in prison for Possession of Opioids (KRS 218A.1415). A recovering addict, he had completed a treatment program but had relapsed. Our firm able to get involved in the case early and get Read More . . .
Speeding 26 Over: Dismissed and Diverted - Our client was facing a potential six month license suspension for Speeding 26mph over the limit (KRS 189.394). We were able to show that the margin of error on the radar device would have placed his potential speed under the Read More . . .
Manager of National Business Facing Aggravated DUI Second Avoids Jail Time - Our client was facing up to six months in jail and a two year license suspension for Driving DUI for the second time in ten years with an aggravating circumstance. Through clever negotiation we were able to keep our client, Read More . . .
College Student Facing Class D Felony Referred to Misdemeanor Diversion - Our client was facing up to five years in prison for the Class D Felony of Theft by Unlawful Taking as well as possible disciplinary action at her prestigious New England university. Due to a bad decision and mental illness, Read More . . .
Case Dismissed For Client Facing Class C Felony and Deportation - Our client was facing up to ten years in prison for the Class C Felony of Burglary Second Degree (KRS 511.030) as well as possible deportation due to his green card status. A talented engineer, he had successfully immigrated to Read More . . .
Client Facing Menacing Charges Receives Diversion and Expungement - Our client was facing up to 90 days in jail for the misdemeanor offense of Menacing (KRS 508.050). A college student with a bright future, she was initially denied entry into a diversion program. Our firm was retained and investigated Read More . . .
State Police Choose Not To Charge Client in $12,000 Theft (Class C Felony) - Our client was being investigated for having stolen in excess of $12,000 from his employer, a potential violation of KRS 514.030 and a Class C felony punishable by 5-10 years in prison. We were retained prior to charges being placed, Read More . . .
Client Charged with DUI Second Aggravated Receives No Jail Time, Minimum Suspension - Our client was charged with DUI Second Offense, Aggravated (KRS 189A.010). As a result of our motion practice, his license was not pretrial suspended, and his first offense DUI was thrown out. The government then offered the client a non-aggravated, Read More . . .
Client Going 86 in a 55 Avoids License Suspension - Kentucky law requires a mandatory license suspension hearing for any driver going 26 mph or greater over the speed limit. This Clark Law client had his ticket amended to under 26 mph and avoided a potential license suspension. Case Resolved: Read More . . .
Client Charged With Making Terroristic Threats to a Bank Receives Probation - Our client was charged with Terroristic Threatening for threatening to use a firearm inside a local bank. He had hired other counsel who had set the case for trial due to the prosecution seeking jail time. We were retained to Read More . . .
Clever Legal Work Leads to Dismissal of Convicted Felon In Possession of a Handgun Charge - Our client was charged with Convicted Felon in Possession of a Handgun (KRS 527.040) as well as Possession of Marijuana (KRS 218.1422). A review of our clients record indicated that the predicate felony that allowed the government to place the Read More . . .
Assault Second Degree Amended To Misdemeanor - Our client was charged in a domestic violence assault that was the result of mutual combat. Due to early investigation, we were able to convince the government to amend the original Class C Felony Charge of Assault Second Degree to Read More . . .
Felony Possession Case Voided and Sealed - Our client was completing her Masters in Social Work and looking to remove an old felony possession of a controlled substance, first degree (KRS 218A.1415) conviction from her record to improve her chances at getting licensed and getting a job. Read More . . .
Aggravating Circumstances Dismissed in DUI Case - Our client was looking at an aggravated DUI and a possession of marijuana charge in a tough rural district. The aggravated DUI meant mandatory jail time and a six-month required interlock device. Clark Law Attorneys were able to identify that Read More . . .
Client Charged With Speeding Over 26mph Receives Probation, Not License Suspension - A client was charged with Reckless Driving (KRS 189.290) and Speeding in Excess of 26 Miles Per Hour Over the Limit. Rather than retaining our firm the client pled guilty to the offense without a lawyer. This triggered an automatic Read More . . .
Client With Class C Felony Level Of Oxycodone Receives Voidable Misdemeanor - Client was arrested for aggravated DUI. Upon search of the vehicle, officers found over twenty oxycodone pills, a Schedule II Narcotic. This amount is commonly charged as a Class C Felony, Trafficking in a Controlled Substance, First Degree. Because of Read More . . .
Client Charged With Indecent Exposure in Walmart Receives No Jail Time - A client was charged with the misdemeanor charge of indecent exposure for alleged lewd acts committed in a Walmart. The government originally offered the defendant thirty days to serve in jail, but upon investigation, it was shown that the complaining Read More . . .
RN Charged With Leaving the Scene of an Accident Amended to Nonmoving Violation - A Kentucky licensed RN was charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident, a Class A Misdemeanor that she would have to report to her licensing board. Further, if convicted, her driver's license would be automatically suspended for six months. Read More . . .
Multiple Class C Felonies (Unlawful Transaction with a Minor) Amended to Misdemeanors - A husband and wife were charged with multiple counts of Unlawful Transaction with a Minor (first and second degree) as well as Cultivation of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. All felony charges were amended to misdemeanors. Both clients received Read More . . .