From what it sounds to me is they keep giving my brother the run around. my brother hasn’t been able to talk to his public attorney or hasn’t seen one. He set bail last week but haven’t released him, he just sitting there waiting to hear something from someone. Is this legal?
He has never violated his probation. Has never missed a court date. Paid all his other court fees. Done his community service and dui programs. His probation ends in a month or two. He hasn’t had a job in a year and had to borrow money from his mom to pay off the restitution. Do you think the... Read more »
Details - Driving home they lost control and hit a tree 100 yards from residence. Neighbor heard accident and called chp. Friend pulled away from tree and parked in front of home. Friend got out of truck and went into residence. Mad, pissed, and a little rattled, said friend decided to self... Read more »
You should reach out to the lawyer that has been retained, request a meeting to discuss the facts, evidence and path forward. If the lawyer won't meet then obviously there's a problem, it's time to start looking for a new lawyer.
My car has no power steering and i was driving in a residential neighborhood and was unnoticed when my vehicle broke down and wouldn't start. I tried pushing it out of the road with no luck. (Took 4 officers)
I proceeded to call friends i was gonna meet with that evening to celebrate... Read more »
FOR A DUI, IF THERE IS A KEY IN THE IGNITION OR ENGINE THAT IS WARM FROM RECENT USE, THAT IS USUALLY ENOUGH. THERE WAS EVEN A COURT CASE WHERE A GUY WAS PUSHING HIS MOTORCYCLE WITH THE KEY IN IT AND IT WAS DETERMINED TO BE ENOUGH FOR DRIVING.
DMV claim I can’t renew class A license for another 6 months due to interlock device they gave me 2 options #1 pay cdl renew fees get a car on you name sr22 instal interlock device and dont drive vehicle for six months option # 2 if you want to drive now give up class A and downgrade to class C... Read more »
You will need to speak with a lawyer who regularly handles DUI cases and has a lot of experience with them. You will also need to provide a lot more information along with all the documentation you received regarding the citation you received. It is difficult to give good advice in this forum due...Read more »
I signed paperwork to complete a SBA mortgage loan and said NO that I had never been arrested. After sending in the documents, but before closing, I was arrested for DUI. Should I amend my paperwork? I don't want to knowingly mislead, even though at the time I signed there was no problem. It... Read more »
Of course the devil is in the details, what you signed and how it is phrased, generally if everything your answered was true when you signed the document you should be fine. You might check with your realtor for an additional opinion.
Your wallet, as courts normally charge for certified copies of records. A minute order is a record of the court's decision in a case. If the decision was made in a public proceeding, there should be no other requirements for a certified copy.
was detained&searched twice inside police department&outside police department&illegally searched my purse without my consent&purse was left outside after being searched which they lost &all property inside purse never givin back or wallet never put in to property 2 officers... Read more »
Or send me to someone that maybe could. My English isnt that strong. I got my DUI 10/23/2021 on Baily Rd. Bay Point, Ca. A car had stopped infront of me and I didnt break in time good enough and hit the vehicle infront of me no one hurt.
Is it possible for you to move to OC? You are correct in that you must reside in OC in order to be eligible. If you are not able to do so, there are other options to resolve your case successfully, but not with this limited amount of information.
How do you think international law help defend your case? Generally, when you visit or are a resident in a country you agree to follow the laws of that country, especially the laws relating to activities that are criminal.
Yes, the wrong date could indicate the test result is not based on your sample. But it could also be a clerical error of lesser impact. In either case, there are many ways that a drug test can become tainted and unreliable as evidence of guilt. You may want to discuss the matter in greater...Read more »
I got in an accident not at fault right by my house. I went home to check in before the police arrived. I was in shock and had a couple shots to calm my nerves not thinking I would be breathalyzer since I wasn't at fault. I know stupid. When giving police report I mentioned I had a couple... Read more »
The statements, regardless of whether they are included in the police report, will likely not affect the charges you face, nor the settlement offers you receive. You should probably contact a local DUI defense attorney to discuss the best way to proceed in your case, they can help you develop the...Read more »
My DMV 4-month suspension for a first time DUI charge will be concluding here in December. I’ve been driving with an IID restricted license since August and will be concluding a 4-month DUI class next Saturday, thus I should have all the prerequisites for reinstating my full license. However, my... Read more »
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