Judnich Law Office Recent Cases
Judnich Law Office Recent Cases:
Dowell v. Hartford Insurance – $50,000 settlement for injuries from car collision.
State v. Heidi H TK-2017-1345 DUI Amend to Reckless
State v. Ben R. TK-2017-3251 Agg DUI charges dismissed
State v. Ann W. TK-2017-1335 DUI Amend to Reckless
U.S. v. Simon H. Federal DUI charges dismissed
State v. Brandon J. TK-2017-1166 DUI Amend to Reckless
City v. Austin F. TK-2017-6670 DUI Amend to Reckless
State v. Jon S. TK-17-2992 – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
State v. Cassidy S. TK-16-3209 Jury found Not Guilty of DUI charges.
State v. Michael F. TK-17-913 – Aggravated DUI charges (.213) reduced to Reckless driving
John P v. USAA – $100,000 for T bone collision where client was cited by police.
State v. Dan S. TK-16-5015 DUI charges Dismissed.
Jarrod S. v. Allstate – $100,000 for rear end vehicle collision.
State v. Hunter D. TK-16-2937 Judge found Not Guilty of DUI and DUI Per Se charges.
State v. Mykola G. TK-16-1113 Aggravated DUI charges Dismissed.
S. Robinson v. Allied Ins. – $75,000 for rear end vehicle collision.
Jacobs v. Farmers – $100,000 for bicycle vs. vehicle collision.
State v. Roy F. TK-15-5238 – DUI charges Dismissed.
Michelle H. v. Allstate – $65,000 for injuries in rear end crash.
State v. Mike S. DC-16-21 – Aggravated DUI charges (.20 BAC) reduced to Negligent Endangerment.
State v. Whitney W. TK-15-0844 – Aggravated DUI (.390 BAC), evidence suppressed, found Not Guilty at trial.
City v. Bowen M. CR-16-1039 – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
Scottsdale Ins. v. Wilson – $48,000 for broken arm at child’s entertainment event.
State v. Bart L. TK-15-1968 – Criminal Petition for sentence revocation dismissed.
City v. Janice H. CR-16-0344 – DUI charges Dismissed.
State v. Cheryl B. TK-15-0587 – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
Lance R. v. Nationwide Ins. -$40,000 for injuries from rear end collision.
U.S. v. Matt B. CR-15-26 – Federal firearms charges resulting in only 1 day of jail.
State v. Andrew S. CR-15-721 – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
City v. Ethan C. CR-15-2606. – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
State v. Tia O. TK-15-1237 – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
State v. Jack V. TK-16-1063 – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
State v. Brandon R. TK-14-73258 – Jury trial acquittal of all criminal charges.
State v. Valarie L. CR-14-3131 – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
Brush v. State Farm – $50,000 policy limits settlement for injuries from car collision.
City v. Trey R. CR-14-2927 – Aggravated DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
Geico v. Swigart – $25,000 policy limit settlement for injuries from car collision.
U.S. v. Robert G. CV-15-165 – Federal forfeiture charges dismissed, vehicle returned to owner.
A.M. v. Liberty Mutual Insurance – $135,500 settlement for injuries from a head on collision.
Zunski v. Kemper Insurance – $100,000 settlement between two different rear end collision accidents.
State v. Natalie U. CR-14-975 – DUI charges reduced to Negligent Endangerment.
M.E. v. State Farm Insurance – $151,000 settlement for injuries from a rear end collision.
State v. Judy L. DC-15-187 – Felony Marijuana possession and manufacturing charges dismissed.
A.J. v. Allstate Insurance – $50,000 settlement for injuries from a t-bone type vehicle collision.
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