Fictitious / Counterfeit Inspection Sticker – Case Results

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Case No. 1961893 – Henry D.
DISMISSED July 15, 2014
Henry was driving a truck he bought from his boss several years ago.  Henry had not gotten it inspected or registered in years since he could not get a clear title on it – his boss had taken out a title loan on it.  Each year his boss would “give” him the inspection & registration stickers.  We worked with our client on several document issues to the satisfaction of the DA’s office to obtain this Dismissal.
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Case No. 1946365 – David S.
DISMISSED March 27, 2014
David was stopped for an expired sticker which turned out to be fraudulent. His father had paid cash for the inspection, had not kept the receipt, & David had no idea it was not valid. When he asked the police to go call his dad, they returned only to say, “Still sticking with that story?” David was a busy General Manager directly responsible for the daily operations of the METRO services for people with disabilities & needed this case to be gone yesterday. He hired HLF to try to get it dismissed which we did after presenting documentation & evidence & forcefully arguing his lack of complicity in the matter.
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Case No. 1943865 – Drenotta W.
DISMISSED BY HLF’S 1ST CT APPEARANCE March 12, 2014
Drenotta was shocked to learn her sticker was fraudulent. Previous to this arrest she had obtained a valid inspection sticker & had been stopped on traffic violations with no mention of a fraudulent sticker. The only explanation, as we argued, was that her car had recently been re-po’d & that presumably the valid sticker was replaced with a fraudulent one when placed for auction. Drenotta reclaimed her car before it was auctioned but not knowing her valid sticker had been replaced. Unfortunately all of the paperwork had been removed from the car by the auction company. We worked up the case using other documents to “back door” in our proof & argued persuasively for a 1st setting Dismissal.
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Case No. 1896038 – Thad H.
DISMISSED June 18, 2013
Thad was stopped when an officer driving next to him noticed he had a cracked steering shaft. Upon further inspection of the vehicle, he discovered Thad’s inspection sticker was fake. Thad worked for the county hospital district and needed a Dismissal. We instructed him on what to do, did our part in court and out of court and, despite Thad’s prior felony drug arrest, were able to obtain a Dismissal by our second court hearing.
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Case No. 1488816 – Sean R.
DISMISSED BY HLF’S 1ST APPEARANCE
When Sean was stopped for an expired sticker that was then seen to be counterfeit. Sean made no admissions to police

“I’m a struggling college student & made an error in judgment.  Carl was honest with me & helped me to feel comfortable.”

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Case No. 1744773 – Lizbeth P.
DISMISSED BY OUR FIRST COURT APPEARANCE
Lizbeth was driving a vehicle whose title was not in her name when stopped on a pretense. The fake inspection sticker had been purchased by a third party [not by the owner of the vehicle] who didn’;t speak English and who, it was argued, didn’t realize a sticker can’t be purchased from a notary. We used all these circumstances to remove Lizbeth several steps away from direct complicity in the offense. We prepard our defenses prior to our first court hearing; these included obtaining certain photographic evidence, Affidavits and other documentation that we advise in these cases for optimum chances of a speedy Dismissal. Despite the fact that Lizbeth did admit to police at the scene that she had been the exclusive driver of the vehicle for quite some time, we obtained a Dismissal on the first setting. Lizbeth was especially grateful for our quick good work as, while in jail prior to posting bond, another woman had gotten deported for the same offense.
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Case No. 1433129 – Brian M.
DISMISSED
Our client was stopped for by a DPS officer when the officer noticed his inspection sticker. The State claimed our client knew the sticker was fictitious. Using statements and other methods Mr. Haggard was able to obtain a Dismissal.
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Case No. 1405771- Jeremy F.
DISMISSED
Our client was stopped for speeding and the officer noted the sticker peeling off the windshield; it was fraudulent. Our client had bought it from a friend but did not want to turn in his friend to exonerate himself, however. Mr. Haggard was able to get his case dismissed without our client’s having to turn in his friend.
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Case No. 1405125 – Matthew E.
DISMISSED
Our client, a Home Depot manager, did not realize it was a crime to tamper with an inspection sticker. When his vehicle needed repairs, he had to drive his older vehicle for which he could not locate the title in order to get it registered. Therefore, he peeled the sticker from a car at the junkyard (while searching for parts to repair his newer vehicle) and then cut out the month number he needed from another sticker and glued it over the one he had peeled. In his mind, it was a quick fix until he could find the title necessary to get his car registered. Despite the fact that ignorance of the law is not a defense, Mr. Haggard was able to get it dismissed.
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Case No. 1397867- Cindy H.
REDUCED TO CLASS C MISDEMEANOR
Our client could not afford the repairs necessary for her vehicle to pass inspection yet needed to drive to work. She was given a fictitious inspection sticker which was so obvious as to cause her to be stopped. Mr. Haggard was not able to get this case dismissed but he was able to get it reduced to a Class C Misdemeanor.
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Case No. 1381502 – Pam S.
DISMISSED BY HLF’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE
Our client purchased a car at a dealer auction and the sticker turned out to be fraudulent.

Mr. Haggard told me exactly what I should do and what I needed to have for court. He knows what he is doing and works for the people.
~Pam S.

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Case No. 1375791 – David R.
DISMISSED
Our client had recently purchased a truck from an individual and was entirely unaware the inspection sticker was fraudulent. Mr. Haggard was able to prove this sufficiently to the prosecutors and get the case dismissed.
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Case No. 1319137 – Stanley G.
DISMISSED BY HLF’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE
Our client had obtained what he thought was a legal inspection sticker from a mechanic at a service station, but it was a forgery. He also had a very long criminal record.

I was sure I was going to jail because of my record, but Mr. Haggard did not let me down. He got right to work on our first setting and the D.A. seemed to have a lot of respect for him. Then Mr. Haggard and the D.A. talked my case over with the Judge. After Mr. Haggard’s presentation the D.A. dismissed the case.
~ Stanley G.

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Case No. 1258761 – Adeleke O.
DISMISSED BY HLF’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE
Our client went to pick up his car from a repair shop and found his inspection sticker missing, so he took one off a wrecked car, as a temporary fix, to drive his car to be inspected and to obtain a valid inspection sticker. Of course, luck would have it that he was stopped by police before he could do this.

This is an experienced and efficient lawyer who got my case dismissed on the first setting to my great appreciation and also to the glory of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This is a lawyer I will recommend for anybody who really needs a good lawyer.
~Adeleke O.

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Case No. 9925127 – Michael B.
DISMISSED


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