Earlier this week Neil appeared in court with a gentleman who was accused of disorderly person for accidentally splashing someone with his jet ski. Yes, yes, the case sounds ridiculous. That’s because the case is ridiculous.
Which is exactly what Neil told the prosecutor for the City of Fenton. Initially, the prosecutor wouldn’t agree to do anything other than let our client plead to the misdemeanor under advisement. Neil’s response? “Set it for trial.”
The result? A plea to a civil infraction (defective equipment – which is the equivalent to having a headlight out.) It doesn’t matter the court, the prosecutor, or the case, Neil knows how to get what he wants.