Feel free to contact me at 702.448.7981. Plea agreements can be difficult to withdraw, but not impossible. There are multiple reasons for it to be set aside, even after a judgment is entered in some cases. Malcolm.
Absolutely you need to go. If you don't appear the Court will issue a bench warrant for your arrest so you will most likely end up losing your "dream job" anyway. If you hire an attorney, he or she can appear at your arraignment on your behalf. Meaning you would not have to appear....Read more »
I was involved in a car accident and the officers did a dui test on me but they never tested the other driver. I’m not claiming that she was drinking just doesn’t seem right to me. I was claimed at fault because I was making a left hand turn. As the ticket states failure to yeild at an... Read more »
While it is true that if BAC is not taken within 2 hours of driving the case get much harder to prove, and it may be enough to cause the case to be dismissed. DUI cases are highly fact based and you should let an attorney review the facts and discuss potential defenses with them.
I wasnt high at all and these cops made me do the eye test 3 times for 3 different cops and ended up goin to jail for dui marijuana 2 days before my court date i received a call my case was dismissed, what should i do? Just let it go? Or is that like false imprisonment or something
Police officers generally have qualified immunity from lawsuits in the performance of their duties. Contact a personal injury or civil rights attorney if you wish, but don't be surprised if you are told there is nothing you can do.
You cannot be forced to take a breathalyzer until the officer gets a court order to either force you to take a breathalyzer or have your blood drawn. You always have the right to remain silent until you speak to a lawyer, but the police office can get a court order before your lawyer arrives....Read more »
I'd like to know more facts, but if you are on lifetime supervision for a sex-related offense and get a DUI, it could be a violation of your probation or parole. If your formal probation and parole have ended, then you probably will only face the same potential penalties that everyone else...Read more »
Your best solution is probably to try and get your records sealed two years after the conclusion of your case. Malcolm.
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