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 phenobarbital,... 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.
It is probably a type of probation violation hearing. Different courts use different terminology, but I would guess that's what that is. Typical DUI probation is 5 years, and depending on the judge they sometimes consider traffic infractions to be probation violations.
For example, assuming I know their PO and call their office/ email, can they tell me if a current probationer is in compliance with their terms, attending court ordered substance abuse classes, paying fees, and/or completeing community service.
If your driving privileges are revoked in New York (because New York cannot revoke an out of state license, only privileges), you need to complete the NY Impaired Driver Program (or out of state equivalent) and request a conditional license from New York State to be able to drive in New York....Read more »
I was recently stopped on a traffic stop during the stop they ran my name and found I was driving on a revoked drivers license. I have tried countless times to get my license back from the state of Illinois after my first OWI. Now I am facing a 3rd charge and really need a lawyer that can help me... Read more »
You will need an attorney who can help you navigate Illinois separate from your new charges in Wisconsin. My office would be happy to provide a consultation for the Wisconsin charges. We have an attorney we can refer you to to consult in illinois that also practices in DUI matters and working with...Read more »
My girlfriend will start house arrest for 4 days in January for a DUI she obtained within the last 2 months. She will be subject to a drug/alcohol test. I live under the same roof, will I be subject to a drug/alcohol test as well, even though I’m not the one that will be under house arrest?
I had a public defender, he got upset about going to trial, he started to tell me things about my case he said he knew as evidence, I believe he made up to scare me into taking the plea. So I did take the plea, but now regret it
Public defenders don't "make things up" to get people to take plea deals. They give honest advice on what they believe you should do in terms of taking an agreement or going to trial. It is then up to you decide how you want to move forward. You could certainly seek to withdraw your plea, but...Read more »
It seems all things in my defense and truthful, on the police video and audio, somehow one way or another doesn't show,one moment it's clear then another it's totally silent ,then another staticy, and ironically at the times it's in my favor.so it makes me look bad, it's not fair and it's... Read more »
Yes, a person can be charged with a DUI as long a police officer believes there is impairment from alcohol or drugs. This is a very subjective decision to charge a person. If you are charged with a DUI you should contact a lawyer that focuses their practice on defending them. I would encourage...Read more »
If his previous DUI was within 7 years, he will considered a second time offender. This changes the amount of jail time (minimum of 120 days) he faces, the fines, and other sanctions. If he received the second DUI while he was required to have an interlock or he did not have a license, he will...Read more »
I refused 3 times , he told me i was going to stay in jail the rest of the night if i didn't blow the second time. i refused because The machine malfunctioned the first time and i told him i believed it to be faulty .
Rules of procedure allow for a Defendant’s lawyer to waive their client’s appearance at the arraignment. Just be sure the PD has filed the appropriate paperwork in advance of the hearing. Some judges may have their own set of rules. Be careful about that, too.
cop said i swerved one time. failed one part of sobriety test because of harsh wind and it was freezing. i had a small amount of marijuana, a pipe, 2 open containers and one unopened. should i i plead guilty
You should talk with an experienced OVI attorney immediately and certainly before entering any plea. You do not want to give up your rights without exploring what they are, what happened and what you are charged with.
What is your question? Driving Under the Influence is not excused by leaving an attack. If there is a friendly witness available, the DA might be more understanding. But I doubt it. Hire a competent attorney to put together a thorough Preliminary Hearing. The assailants are not going to help...Read more »
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