I was ordered to do drug and alcohol assessment, but since then my life has been turned upside down and I ended up moving out of state. I never went to the assessment and they are trying to get in touch with me. I don’t know quite what to do
I didn’t live in Utah so I never went to court. There is no warrant out for my arrest but when I called to pay my fines to get my license reinstated they told me I need to go to court. If I go to court would I be convicted or just have to pay a huge fine for not going to my court date when I was... Read more »
Results should be suppressed. You have won the lottery! Has to prosecutor offered a plea deal yet? Don't expect your case to be dismissed, mind you, but the state now has a much harder than ahead of them.
I’m not healed from my back surgery and can’t sleep on concrete, will he send me if I crashed my car but did not harm anybody and I also did not wreck into any other vehicles. This is also my first offense
Well, if you owe them the money for the damage you caused, it seems that they simply applied "self-help," and got the money back from you quickly through your check. I don't know that there is any legal action you can bring to recover the money, unless you truly don't owe the...Read more »
A family member was arrested for intoxication over the weekend. They are still on bench probation for a prior incident and no one in the family would bail them out, for good reason. Just curious if the bond being cleared by judicial sentencing/order means that they will be doing more time since it... Read more »
I would need more detail to answer this question. The court can issue a own recognizance release, and there may be something else holding him. I would think that since the case is new that they are still compiling paperwork. Call a good lawyer to look it up.
I had a DUI a little more than 10 months ago. Court is asking for proof of complition, although therapist wont until my insurance claim goes through. The court is thretening a bench warrant if not provided within a day or two. Is this considered contempt?
You need to hire a lawyer to help you with this. The fact that it happened so long ago might be used to your advantage. But a DUI case is too complex to handle alone. Consult with a good criminal defense attorney as soon as you can!
Your question cannot be answered with a simple yes or no. If this is your first DUI offense within the past 10 years, and if your license was suspended for 120 days (a per se suspension), then if your DUI charge is dismissed in the criminal court, then the Driver License Division should reinstate...Read more »
Months before moving from CA to Utah I was charged with my second DUI (got it taken care of before moving) and as you already know that my license was suspended for up to 2 years. Now it is close to being 2 years and I need to know if there is more information than what I already know about getting... Read more »
I'm not sure what the question is here. However, if you were in fact in the passenger seat that would mean at least one other person was in the vehicle. This other individual can testify that you were in fact a passenger in the vehicle. Nonetheless, if you were intoxicated and in the vehicle...Read more »
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