It is possible to get an extension but if the court gave you a deadline by which this was to be done, you must get it by the date or your bond could be revoked. A criminal defense attorney can ask your judge for an extension, or possibly get the court to waive the cost (which is sometimes done in...Read more »
There are many jurisdictions in Florida where Zoom remote hearings are taking place. Speak with an attorney who can work out the logistics and have the warrant quashed. Otherwise you’ll never be able to enter our borders without an arrest.
A time-served is essentially the judge sentencing you to the time you were *already* in jail as your sentence, with no further jail time required. Unlike a repeat DWI, this is an option for a first-time DWI. You should note that by law, a "time-served" carries a driver's license...Read more »
Bag was under 1g of powder and field test lightly as cocaine according to cops found in my mother's jeep after it was stolen and recovered but nothing ever searched in it so I drove it cause she let me and then cops find drugs in it. 2 f6 charges pending now
You need to stay off of these websites and speak only with your attorney about these charges. From what you posted, there may be a defense in your case, but you could ruin your entire case by sharing details of your case publicly.
Talk with your attorney about the charges privately and work...Read more »
No, the Kentucky Division of Driver Licensing will only accept completions from programs authorized for DUI treatment. See drive.ky.gov under Driver Services, DUI Laws in Kentucky. To see a list of treatment programs, visit the Program Directory. The driver should select Driving Under the...Read more »
Charge was in April 2021. My license was never taken. Conviction was Jan 2022. On my court papers it's says dic 17 and a 2 year time span beginning the day of the conviction. It's been 5 months now and im still showing eligible on Texas dps website.
That's pretty rough, especially since the trafficking charge carries a mandatory minimum. Your best bet is going to be to get with an experienced criminal defense lawyer to discuss the facts of the case and see what can be done.
i was pulled over for not making a complete stop at a stop sign and i told the officer that i tossed a cup of alcohol out of my window when i seen him turn on his lights. i was going down a underpass when i tossed it theres no dash cam footage or any other evidence that i did this except for me... Read more »
Yes, a recorded confession can absolutely give the officer probable cause to justify an arrest. Ask your criminal defense attorney to watch the recording and give you an opinion on whether or not it is enough for the government to prove its case against you beyond a reasonable doubt.
I was getting a ride from acquaintance . I was sitting front passenger seat of a mini van.
I just got into the vehicle not only two miles down the road the cop pulls him over for making an illegal turn. The vehicle ended up being searched and the cops found a bag carrying illegal... Read more »
This will vary based on the facts and circumstances surrounding the arrest. I would recommend finding an attorney that will give you a free consultation. It wouldn't take very long and they could go through everything with you.
There is no Alcohol violation, and the car was under maintenance which interlock was notified. Interlock has very clearly stated that during the maintenance date running violation is not taken in account , Interlock has sent non-compliance report to MVC
If you’re convicted of a DWI in Virginia your license to drive must be suspended for 12 months. TheCourt is allowed to grant you a restricted driving license with interlock for a certain period of time. Additionally you’re facing up to a $2500 fine and up to one year in jail. Depending what...Read more »
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