The police arrested me for a burglary of an inhabitants charge while removing jointly owned property from a motel room. When they got me to the facility they found a tiny bit of pot on me that I had found in the room. Arresting me for burglary was erroneous. But can they drop the burglary charges... Read more »
Sorry, you may not like this answer but it the truth. As a former prosecutor, I can tell you that law enforcement is not under an obligation to turn over any materials until their investigation is complete and the prosecutor has made a decision on the case. I'm sorry to say it...Read more »
Incident is over 2 years ago and all they have is body cam footage of car being off the side of road and suspect being belligerent. Is that enough evidence alone for a conviction? No prior DUI's before this
If the allegation is merely that the driver was intoxicated, the short answer is yes it is possible. It will depend on how the jury feels about the video and other testimony. The State will attempt to show the driver was intoxicated ("drunk") through "loss of normal...Read more »
Miranda Warnings are often given to any person police seek to interview. Many persons may be interviewed in a case. In my experience I would not draw any implications from it. You should seek to retain a competent defense attorney to best discuss how to pursue justice in your...Read more »
Will it be on my record forever and does this keep me from owning a firearm.i just didnt know if after so long after my dui charge I could own a firearm.i did a dumb mistake years back and its affected my whole life.
I am sorry to hear this has continued to affect you. We are all more than our worst moments. You need to inquire with an attorney about what your options in terms of what can be done. Every situation is different but the legislature has, in certain situations, allowed for the...Read more »
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