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State v. Mr. G (DMC No. 6292)

REDUCED | DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED REDUCED to “no registration” ticket – State v. Mr. G. (DMC No. 6292) (Guadalupe City Court TR06-0032): Mr. G. was seen travelling through Guadalupe at Avenida Del Yaqui at a high rate of speed.  They accelerated to catch up to him, and found his truck parked in front of a business.  They knocked on the door, but the business was locked.   They waited for one and a half an hours, and did not see Mr. G.  They went back the next day and could not contact him.  They then had his vehicle towed.  Subsequently, Mr. G. contacted police and they attempted to question him, to which he denied all knowledge.  They then cited him for “driving on a suspended license” along with several other charges.  We were able to convince the prosecutor they could not make valid identification that he was actually the driver, and they agreed to reduce it to a simple “no registration” ticket, which was ultimately dismissed once Mr. G. had his car registered.

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