I believe the public record shows he satisfied the WO traffic violation. I doubt the judge knows about it and I doubt that it could be introduced into the non-jury DUI trial for any reason. I would like to believe that the first DUI is more damaging than anything in this case.<quoted text>
That's a rumor? No way! Didn't he have a traffic citation in White Oak after the crash? If he doez, do you think the honorable judge knows about it?
We wish the esteemed solicitor the best possible outcome from the non-jury trial.