Chautauqua Co. Ct., 7/18 – Mr. Corletta achieved, through sheer persistence, a favorable result for his client in a remote, rural county in People v. C.H. (Chautauqua Tn. Ct., 7/18).
In an unusual situation, the client received 2 separate Speeding tickets, in separate jurisdictions within the same county, within one hour, on the same day. They totaled a potential 10 points.
Mr. Corletta had to deal with an indifferent District Attorney’s Office, an online established “plea policy”, and a reluctance by the District Attorney to speak with him regarding the equities of the matter, and a variance from the policy.
Mr. Corletta persisted, through numerous letters and phone calls, and was able to achieve a net result of 2 points on his client's license, saving the client 8 potential points, a Driver Responsibility Assessment from the Department of Motor Vehicles, and greatly increased insurance rates. The client, who operates a small business and drives for many business appointments, was both pleased and relieved with the result.