For dui case state says I have 14 days to respond to get a blow machine and get a work permit I don’t have court for 2 more weeks or ignore the letters and let my lawyer take care of it just don’t want to hurt myself
You should be asking your lawyer this question. I usually advise people to send in the application and then review the evidence before paying for the device. But every case is different. You should really hire a lawyer if you have a pending DUI charge.
You need to hire an attorney and get a motion to quash on file. Depending on how long ago the warrant was issued, you may currently have a revoked drivers license. Your attorney can help clear that up through this process as well. Then you need to defend or resolve the DUI.
11 months later, I got into a car accident. Officer gave m a revoked license ticket and a traffic ticket. I know I shouldn’t been driving. How do I go about with the old and new traffic violations. I wasn’t arrested by the officer just An I bond.
June 2020 I got a ticket for operating an electronic device while moving, I didn't understand what supervision was, so I just sent the guilty and waiver portion back. April 2021 I got a speeding ticket, now I'm understanding I want supervision, but the legal speak says "I have not... Read more »
You are not eligible to mail in and request supervision with the traffic school. You can appear in court, plead guilty and request supervision. The judge can grant supervision at that time. You will have to pay the additional court costs to appear in court.
The officer had the opinion that you were under the influence of alcohol. If the state can prove that you were you impaired by any amount of alcohol, then you could get a DUI. Even though you blew under.
I am a WI resident, and got a ticket for going 15 over in IL. The cop even said my record is pristine. I don’t want to just pay the fine, or go to traffic school. If I show up to my court date - could the judge just dismiss it since it’s a first time offense? I don’t want points added to my... Read more »
If it was in McHenry county, you should obtain an attorney to keep this from being a ticket that affects your Wisconsin license. The judge will not just dismiss the case because you have a clean record. Some prosecutors might, others may offer an amendment to a non moving offense so it’s not...Read more »
Private employers have a lot more leeway with things like this. Unfortunately, weed smokers are not a protected class when it comes to discrimination. And employers have the right to decide, as long as they are not using discriminatory practices, on how to hire their employees. Maybe the...Read more »
Well, they can do it because they already did it, and they can drop charges for any reason or no reason at all. They certainly can do it. Should they? I mean, should drug possession even be a crime? There are a lot of should questions we can ask about this situation. But can they? If they...Read more »
Inalienable rights I would generally say are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. I suppose you could consider the consumption of alcohol a pursuit of happiness. Generally, lawyers, at least lawyers that I know, do not speak about the consumption of alcohol being an inalienable right. It...Read more »
If the government sends the pipe out for testing, and they are able to scrape any meth out of it, they could charge you with possession of methamphetamine. It's possible for this type of a charge to be filed several months after the police took the pipe as they wait for the lab results. It...Read more »
Actually a couple years ago my sister was charged wasn't charged that Collinsville Walmart for stealing the plastic bead box they let her go and told her don't return so last week she went to Glen carbon Walmart and she was bagging her stuff herself and three items wasn't running up... Read more »
It depends on if she's ever been convicted of Retail Theft before. And it depends on if they charged the trespassing as an ordinance violation or a misdemeanor. She should try and hire an attorney to help her minimize and maybe even get the charges dismissed with a deferred prosecution....Read more »
So my boyfriend is bipolar and can become manic. He ended up assaulting me pretty bad. My family took me to the hospital were I found out I had a broken nose, two black eyes, a chiped tooth and bruises from head to toe. They pressured me to make report which I did but I thought I could drop the... Read more »
Victims of domestic violence have rights pursuant to Marsy's Law. Those include the right to hire an attorney and be informed of everything going on in the case and the ability to make a statement to the judge. You should consult with an attorney who represents victims of domestic violence...Read more »
I was in a hotel with my girlfriend and a buddy stopped by and has heroin, I take methadone from a clinic, I take to much and overdose, my friend runs and leaves while my gf calls 911... well my "friend" leaves his heroin behind as he flee's cause he says he has warrants... The... Read more »
There are certainly defenses like what you are referring to. The facts of the case must fit a very specific fact pattern. You should consult with an attorney to further evaluate this defense and help you defend this charge.
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