Sometimes, a great result can be attained for a client that does not result from either a trial or motion victory, but in hard work, alternative measures and vigorous lobbying of the prosecutor.
I recently had a case fit that scenario. I had a client who was charged with driving while suspended in the first degree. Given his driving history, my client was facing a MINIMUM (which means the judge could not impose a shorter sentence) of 180 days (six months) of confinement. Despite his history, my client had turned his life around to become a very productive and valuable asset to the community, having his own business and even having sole custody of his daughter. Needless to say, a trip to the Clark County Jail for six months would have a devastating impact on his life and family.