Below are summaries of a few of the recent DUI cases handled by DUI attorney Christopher Kittell:

DUI client in Hernando Municipal Court received only probation and a fine – The Kittell Law Firm represented a client in Hernando Municipal Court who was charged with a DUI, possession of paraphernalia, contempt of court and driving without insurance.  Attorney Kittell was able to have the possession of paraphernalia and contempt of court charges dismissed, the DUI charge dismissed after six months probation.  The client did plead guilty to the no insurance charge but only had to pay a fine.

DUI client received only probation – A client of the Kittell Law Firm was charged with a DUI in Desoto County Justice Court.  DUI attorney Christopher Kittell was able to get the DUI charged dismissed after only a 6 month probation period and no additional jail time or fines.

DUI and possession charges dismissed – After being pulled over for speeding, a client of the Kittell Law Firm was charged with a DUI , failure to have a driver’s license and possession of marijuana.  DUI attorney Christopher Kittell got the DUI charge and the charge for failure to have a driver’s license dismissed.  The possession of marijuana charge will also be dismissed once the client completes a 6 month probation period.

DUI dismissed in Hernando City Court – Our client, who lived in Texas at the time she was pulled over in Hernando, was charged with a DUI.  DUI attorney Christopher Kittell was able to get her DUI dismissed via non-adjudication and was also able to take her DUI classes online and do her random drug and alcohol tests in North Carolina, where she moved after her DUI arrest.

DUI 2nd dismissed in Desoto County Justice Court – A client of the Kittell Law Firm was charged with a DUI second offense in Desoto County Justice Court.  A second DUI conviction could result in up to six months in jail.  Our client’s blood alcohol content was well over the legal limit, but DUI attorney Christopher Kittell found a technical defect in the DUI citation, which resulted in the DUI charge being dropped by the prosecutor.  Our client was not required to serve any time in jail or pay any fine as a result of his second DUI charge.

DUI in Hernando Municipal Court – DUI attorney Christopher Kittell recently obtained a dismissal of a DUI charge against our client that was pending in the City Court for Hernando, Mississippi.  The DUI charge was dismissed via non-adjudication after a 6 month probationary period during which our client was allowed to continue driving his vehicle.  All other charges against our client were dismissed by the Court.

DUI in Hernando City Court – The Kittell Law firm recently had a DUI charge against our client in Hernando Municipal Court non-adjudicated.  The rest of the charges against our client were dismissed.  After a short probationary period, the non-adjudicated DUI charge will be dismissed.

DUI in Tunica City Court – The Kittell Law Firm recently represented a Tennessee resident charged with a DUI and other traffic offenses while traveling through the town of Tunica.   After DUI attorney Christopher Kittell met with the prosecutor, all charges against our client were dismissed.

DUI in Hernando City Court – DUI attorney Christopher Kittell recently defended a person charged with DUI first offense in Hernando Municipal Court.  The client was charged with a DUI while walking (yes walking!) out of the Hernando Wal-Mart.  The DUI charge against our client was dismissed without a trial.

DUI in Southaven City Court – The Kittell Law Firm recently defended a person charged with DUI first offense, disorderly conduct and obstructing a highway.  Our client was allegedly operating a vehicle in Southaven, Mississippi while under the influence of alcohol and had stopped his vehicle in the right most lane of a four lane road in Southaven.  The Kittell Law Firm was able to get the DUI charge dismissed after a short probationary period and a fine.  The charges for disorderly conduct and obstructing a highway were both dismissed.

DUI in Hernando City Court – In one of his recent DUI cases, DUI attorney Christopher Kittell defended a Hernando resident charged with a DUI, careless driving, running a red light and no insurance.  The Kittell Law Firm was able to have the DUI and the other charges dismissed with the exception of the ticket for running the red light because our client admitted on video to running the red light.  Though charged with a DUI, our client did not lose his driving privileges, as the DUI charge against him was dismissed.

DUI in Olive Branch City Court – In another recent DUI charge defended by the Kittell Law Firm, a client was pulled over by an officer of the Olive Branch Police Department for allegedly driving erratically.  Unfortunately, our client appeared to be intoxicated and was arrested for a DUI.  Despite having a previous DUI on her record in another state, the Kittell Law Firm was able to have the DUI charge dismissed without the loss of our client’s driving privileges and for jail time already served.

DUI in Southaven City Court – One of its recent DUI cases involved a client who was sitting in her vehicle at the Southaven Sonic, waiting for the food she had ordered and minding her own business, when she was approached by members of the Southaven Police Department.  Even though the officers did not have reasonable cause to approach our client since she was merely sitting in her vehicle, the officers not only approached our client but also arrested our client and charged her with a DUI, even though they were not able obtain a breathalyzer reading with a blood alcohol level above the legal limit of .08.  The Kittell Law Firm is aggressively defending this client.  Update:  The DUI charge against our client was dismissed without the loss of our client’s driving privileges or additional jail time.

DUI in Horn Lake City Court – Another recent DUI case in the City Court for Horn Lake involved a gentlemen charged with his second DUI.  He was convicted of the first DUI in another county in Mississippi and was facing potentially serious jail time for his second offense.  He was arrested after being involved in a car accident and after the Horn Lake police officer obtained a blood alcohol reading about the legal limit of .08.  The Kittell Law Firm was able to arrange for the client to plead guilty to the second DUI without being required to spend any additional time in jail or lose his driving privileges.

DUI in Southaven City Court – In another DUI charge in Southaven City Court, a client was charged with driving under the influence of a substance other than alcohol.  The client was arrested after allegedly being found to be in possession of marijuana and prescription medicine.  The Southaven police officer performed a field sobriety test on our client, who allegedly showed signs of being under the influence.  The Kittell Law Firm is aggressively defending this client against the DUI charge.

DUI in Oxford City Court – The Kittell Law Firm defended a recent graduate of Ole Miss who was charged with a DUI, careless driving and no insurance.  The Kittell Law Firm was able to get the DUI charge non-adjudicated and the rest of the charges dismissed.  Even though he was charged with a DUI and had a blood alcohol level above the legal limit, our client did not lose his driving privileges.  The Kittell Law Firm obtained this favorable result with only one court appearance made by our client.