Return to Court with your proof. If you want additional assistance, then hire an attorney to do this for you. Please note that sometimes a failure to appear is issued when your name is called and you do not answer (perhaps you had not arrived, did not hear your name called, or just stepped out of...Read more »
I would need more information to give an opinion. It’s not clear if an interlock order was entered. Normally, once an interlock device order is entered, it must be installed and kept in place for the duration of the order.
And started it to stay warm. She was approached by Leo and arrested for dwi. They talked to b.f. who was almost there- arrested her anyway. Put her in jail for 12 hours with no call. The lawyer she has seen thinks she should plead guilty. I disagree. What do you think ? She has never been in... Read more »
Ultimately it is up to her whether she should fight the case. DWIs can be very fight -able depending on the facts. She should ask her attorney about his reasoning for wishing to plead guilty, there could be a valid reason.
I am currently represented by a Public defender in Little Rock Arkansas, and my trial is scheduled for Thursday, December 6, but despite repeated phone calls and emails, my attorney has not responded or answered any of my questions. As a result, I have had to research the law my own; and I am... Read more »
I live in Missouri now but in 2011 I was living in Hot Springs AR, I got a public intoxication charge and never paid the fine. Now they have a hold on my drivers license so I can't get reinstated but I am eligible for reinstatement in MO, I have not had a DL since 2008/9 because I had a dui... Read more »
Pleaded not guilty. I was surprised when I was charged with failure to comply on another issue. I was taken to jail and given a new court date for the failure to comply. I bonded out . My question is , will I go to jail again when I go to this new court date for failure to comply ? After being put... Read more »
I'm don't understand what you mean by does your driving record show there are no citations. But driver control should be able to answer your questions about your record being released or getting your license back.
A first time DWI offense is going to carry possible jail time and substantial fines. There are number of factors to consider in this case such as possible plea agreements with the prosecution or taking the case to trial. Unlike a DWI 2nd Offense, which carries a mandatory 7 day jail sentence, a DWI...Read more »
I am a college student and I am appealing a sanction put on me because I currently have a wine bottle filled with Christmas lights that I received as a gift. The violation is a "Violation of the Alcohol Policy." I reviewed the Student Handbook for my university and there are only two... Read more »
In order for a court to issue an order, it must have jurisdiction. For example, if your husband had pending charges or was on probation, a court could possibly order rehab. Courts do not typically get involved in individuals' bad life choices. Your husband needs to be assessed and evaluated by...Read more »
I'd say you could. Even without PD, if you were driving and bac is over 2% if minor. If adult you are near the line that I understand is 8%. If you got a citation get a consultation from an attorney who handles DUI cases, even if you have to pay.
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