Criminal Defense Attorney Lynne Torgerson obtains agreement of dismissal of vaping in airport

Criminal Defense Lawyer Lynne Torgerson obtains continuance for dismissal of vaping in airport charge

Minnesota Criminal Defense Attorney Lynne Torgerson obtained a continuance for dismissal of a vaping in airport charge.  This type of charge is a misdemeanor with a maximum penalty of up to 90 days in jail and a $1000 fine.  Ms. Torgerson’s client had no prior criminal record.  Kindly, the prosecution agent was willing to grant some mercy and agreed to a continuance of dismissal.  This means that provided the defendant essentially pays costs and remains crime free, in 1 year, the case will be dismissed, thus keeping Ms. Torgerson’s client’s record clean.  A clean record is something very important to protect.  Well done Ms. Torgerson, client, and prosecution agent!

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