My client was charged with passing a loading or unloading school bus.
After negotiations with the solicitor, we reached an agreement which resulted in my client having a six-month pretrial diversion. With this result there will be no record of this incident made after 6 months.
My client was required to pay a $500 program fee.
He will have to complete a hand written essay of 500 words, entitled a letter to the mother of a child hit by my driving.
He will also have to complete 24 hours of community service, and the stop class.
This is a big victory for a teenage driver!
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