Elizabeth’s client was charged with illegally driving past a school bus stop arm – a gross misdemeanor. Her client was adamant that she did not commit the crime. The bus driver described the driver of the suspect car as having messy blond hair (Elizabeth’s client has near black hair). The problem was that the investigating officer seemed to have her client’s license plate. The school bus video was not clear enough to see a license plate and also showed Elizabeth’s client standing on a nearby corner less than 4 minutes prior to the violation. Because the prosecutor had a license plate that matched Elizabeth’s client’s car, he was unwilling to dismiss the case. Only just prior to the contested hearing and after many, many phone calls and emails explaining that it was near impossible that her client committed the violation, the prosecutor finally dismissed the case. A complete win.