Serious Traffic Case in Cascade District Court, Arlington
Negotiating intensely since early November 2014, Attorney Phil Weinberg was able to get a great outcome for a professional truck driver and save this client's CDL (Commercial Driver's License from any suspension (“removal from service,” as DOL terms it). Client was charged with falsifying his log books – extensive evidence rebutting that was obtained and that traffic charge was reduced to Expired Tabs, a non-moving violation that does not even affect or go on one's driving record. The client also, in the same incident, ran into a WSP patrol vehicle, and was charged with another traffic infraction of Failure to Yield. Mr. Weinberg was able to prove that the collision was the Trooper's fault, not the truck driver-client's, and that charge was dismissed.
Phillip L. Weinberg
I have more than 20 years of experience defending my clients' rights. I handle all cases personally from start to finish, ensuring that each of my clients gains the full benefit of my many years of experience. At my firm, there are no associates right out of law school showing up in court knowing practically nothing about you or your case, I know my way around the courts and how they work. Throughout my career, I have learned that the best approach is not always the most aggressive one, though sometimes there is no other choice. My first goal in every case is the dismissal of my client's charge(s). In many situations, however, I have found that negotiation offers better opportunities for success.When you work with me your case will never be passed off to a paralegal or a less-experienced associate. I am a solo practitioner and always have been.