There was no signs of drug use to get warrant to search blood blew .05 failed field sobriety tests admitted to drinking a couple beers cops got a search warrant to search blood no accident nor was he unconscious tried to refuse the blood draw asked to speak with attorney before they took blood was... View More
In a situation like the one you've described, the validity of the search warrant for a blood test largely hinges on the totality of the circumstances leading to the warrant being issued. The fact that the individual failed the field sobriety tests and admitted to consuming alcohol might have...View More
Was demanded and warrant of blood obtained against my free will and not justified as I submitted to Chem breath test on data master for BAC I insured several times to several officers I was only going to submit to the search warrant of my blood as they said they would physically restrain me against... View More
That is an interesting fact pattern. I am not licensed to practice law in AK so I cannot give legal advice there. I recommend you contact a skilled AK dui lawyer. Obviously this did not happen in VA so what we do doesn't help you there but in VA I think they would have issues with the blood...View More
If you put the money up, and if you abided by the terms of the bail, you will get the bail returned to you. So yes, it can be applied toward your fine. If a bail bondsman posted bail, the amount he or her charged you doesn't get returned to you.
It's a federal crime for a convicted felon to possess a firearm. So unless the state site references the federal law it's incomplete.
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