People v. Z.S.

Case was scheduled for hearing on the suspension of my client’s license. Mr. LaScola noticed that the Officer served our client with an incomplete form. Later, the Officer completed the form and sent it to the Court and the Secretary of State without mailing our client the corrected form. Since this issue was not a standard challenge to a summary suspension, Mr. LaScola prepared and filed a Motion to Dismiss the Suspension, and conducted an evidentiary hearing presenting to the Court the defective form and highlighting that it was improper not to notify the client/Defendant of these changes before sending the document to the Clerk of Court and Secretary of State. The Third District Judge agreed and the Statutory Summary Suspension was RESCINDED!!!