Court date but he wasnt called. Went to the clerk of court and they couldn't find the ticket in the system, said he probably didnt turn it in and gave him a new court date. What happens if he forsnt turn it in. And is there no rule or anything that the ticket needs to be turned in by the court... Read more »
There is a lot about your question that doesn't make sense. Typically, if blood is taken that means there was an accident. If the accident was serious enough the officer may not have yet served him with the citation which may explain it not being in the system (of course the more likely...Read more »
When it became time for what she thought was to get her license back, she was told that she needed to have an interlock device installed on her car. At that time, we were not married and she did not have a car. Time passed and she never got her license back and she has been without one ever since.... Read more »
Your question doesn't make sense. You do not get probation for pending matters. Do you mean a probation violation? If so, you really shouldn't get violated merely for being charged. Regardless, if you have a pending DWI - you need an attorney. So shop around for a DWI attorney in the...Read more »
I'm disabled on medications phenobarbital, synthroid, Fetzima, Latuda, Lanisapryl Armidiinil, sudafed, guaifenesin. Was sick with sinusitis. 1 concussion 7 months earlier caused by Rowan County sheriff's deputies and their supervisor. I was giving sobriety for over 1 hour. I have... Read more »
If you were charged with DWi, your case is not really complex - you either drove while impaired or you did not. If you are asking can prescription drugs be the basis for the impairment, the answer is yes. You should consult with a local DWI attorney ASAP. Best of luck.
Appealing means you have had a trial in District court and lost (presumably because you represented yourself) and have appealed to Superior Court for a new trial de novo - this is how cheap hillbilly North Carolina gets around the Constitutional right to a trial by jury in District court - which...Read more »
It likely won't have a huge impact moving forward, BUT you should contact a lawyer in your area and schedule a consultation. It might be the best money you spend to make sure you handle it correctly and ease your anxiety over the issue.
was at bar drank "a beer", i did not even finish it, left bar about 12:45am. I was kinda irritated, so i was driving a little on the fast side, coming around a corner i failed to maintain control as the rear end of the car i was driving started to slide in to the turn. the back wheels... Read more »
Basically, if you kept your mouth shut when you were arrested and made no statements - you'll likely get off. If you flapped your hole to law enforcement like most people do - you will likely be convicted. So go consult with a local DWI attorney in the county you were charged in.
It is DWI in North Carolina and no, you can't resolve this over the phone or via 'court cam'. You also likely still have an outstanding Order for Arrest that needs to be dealt with. You need to hire an attorney and keep your fingers crossed that the charging officer is no longer...Read more »
You can potentially do it yourself somewhat for free if you are indigent and your local court provides a divorce forms packet. It is extremely difficult and confusing for most people and most basically end up wasting their time and some money trying to do it themselves. We can provide...Read more »
I am just curious to know if I should have asked more questions at trial. I was convicted of DWI. We dont have police patrolling or even have legal stop signs or posted speed limits. Kids drive golf carts on our road. We are a locked gated community that is owned by the Property owners. Could... Read more »
It sounds very much like you represented yourself, if so that was a big mistake and no matter what you asked, the outcome would likely not have been different. If you live in a gated community, you ought to be able to afford an attorney. So if you didn't hire one - hire one now and if you...Read more »
My hubby saw "CAP" arrested@ scene but wasn't asked if he wanted to press charges & he wasn't notified of her court date. Her ins Co conceded the max of 30k BUT wants us to sign a "Release of ALL Claims NOT TO ENFORCE JUDGMENT" against the driver "CAP"... Read more »
What can you do? Really? You need an attorney and you likely have the type of case that personal injury attorney's would likely take on a contingent basis. So go shop around and hire an attorney before this gets mucked up any more than it may already be.
Depends. If doing what you suggest is an idea you cooked up yourself - then, maybe, maybe not. You need to get an alcohol assessment from an approved assessor - hopefully your psychiatrist qualifies and follow the recommendations of the assessment. If you do that then it should be considered a...Read more »
If by 'received' you mean you were charged, then there is no statute of limitations. If you have not or do not take care of the charge eventually you are likely to be arrested - and usually at the worst possible time.
In North Carolina it is DWI. Your license to drive or at least your privilege to drive in North Carolina (if you are licensed out of state) will be suspended at the time you are charged - generally speaking for 30 days. This is called a civil revocation. If you are processed properly, you will...Read more »
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