Attorney Nick Leverson filed a petition for judicial review of his client’s license revocation following a DWI charge. After convincing the court that his client only submitted to the blood test when the officer threatened to charge him with an unconstitutional crime, the client’s driver’s license and license plates were returned to him, and the derogatory reference was removed from the client’s driving record. The government appealed this decision, and submitted a lengthy brief to the Court of Appeals outlining their grievances. Mr. Leverson responded with his own legal brief explaining the multiple errors in the government’s analysis. Upon receipt of this brief, and before the matter was even scheduled for oral arguments, the government informed Mr. Leverson and the Court of Appeals that they were uncharacteristically dismissing their appeal.
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This case highlights the importance of properly developing the record from the earliest stages of litigation. Mr. Leverson was able to achieve this result because he gave this particular client and his case the appropriate time and attention under the circumstances. If you are facing DWI charges, call Nick Leverson at (651) 829-3572 as soon as possible.