Nicole Kettwick’s client was charged for failure to yield to another vehicle and failure to carry proof of insurance in April of 2015 in Anoka County. The client struggled to fight these charges for years until he found Nicole in June of 2018. Nicole and her client decided that the goal was to avoid any conviction. Nicole advised her client...
Date: May 2017
Case: Driving After Cancellation
Attorney: Michael J. Brandt
Result: Michael J. Brandt’s client was convicted of Driving After Cancellation after an incident that occurred in Hennepin County. Mike was able to negotiate a resolution that allowed his client’s conviction to be vacated, the charge to be dismissed, and fines and fees to be refunded.
Mike Brandt’s client was charged with Speed in the City of Golden Valley from November 2016. The case was not very promising, because Mike’s young client was travelling over 20 MPH above the limit in a residential area. This is not the type of case that a prosecutor would normally agree to negotiate to keep off a driving record. However,...
Mike’s client was charged with Failure to Stop for a Traffic Control Signal after Mike’s client ran a red light and was involved in an accident in Anoka County. In preparation for the case, Mike was able to put together a packet of information to show the Prosecutor and the Judge facts about his client’s personal situation, the fact that...
Nicole’s client was charged with speeding in June of 2016. The Police Officer recorded her driving 46 mph in a 30 mph zone. This was the individual’s sixth ticket, meaning that a conviction of this offense would affect the client’s driving privileges. Nicole was able to prepare the case by obtaining all of the relevant discovery and was able to...
Misdemeanor Inattentive Driving Reduced to Petty Misdemeanor failure to stop for a red light for Nicole Kettwick’s Client
In April, 2016 in Anoka County, Nicole’s client was involved in a car accident that resulted in one person spending a week in the hospital. The State charged Nicole’s client with an Inattentive Driving with Endangerment of Life or Property charge, which is a misdemeanor. Nicole’s client had a clean criminal record prior to the accident and hoped to retain...
Nicole Kettwick’s client was charged with speeding over twice the posted speed limit in Dakota County in April, 2016. The client’s career required him to maintain a clean driving record, so this offense would have had a significantly negative impact on his life. Nicole was able to negotiate with the prosecutor to achieve a stay of adjudication, with minimal conditions,...
Nicole Kettwick’s client was caught going 81 mph in a 40 mph area in Eagan, MN. His job requires that he have no traffic violations due to the required travel. Nicole appeared on his behalf in Court and was able to come to a favorable resolution of her client receiving a Stay of Adjudication. That means after her client completes...
Nicole Kettwick represented a client who was charged with careless driving in an incident that involved the client receiving a speeding ticket for going 98 in a 70. A speed that is 15 mph or more over the speed limit is a serious speed charge that remains on an individual’s driving record, can cause increased insurance premiums and other negative...
Mike Brandt’s client was charged with a Speeding ticket. While most drivers would not think this is a big deal, to Mike’s client this was huge because the client is a commercial truck driver and if the conviction would go on his driving record, the client would have lost his license and his job. In preparation of the case, Mike...
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