haven’t been for the DUI yet. He was wrongfully arrested. I filed a complaint with internal affairs against the arresting officers at my local sheriffs stations and I also reported it to the Department of justice and the State attorneys office. What happens now? Will this be useful to reinstate... Read more »
Depends on whether it was a violation of a court or administrative order or if it was simply an agreement between your attorney and the prosecutor. I would contact your attorney to discuss your options.
Side having enough time to pull further records. This date is in a few days and his assistant informed me that now I don't need to be there, but I wasn't given a reason why or have any idea what that might mean. Any advice or ideas? I tried to get an answer as to why all the sudden things... Read more »
A friend was convicted on three counts last week: DUI with serious bodily injury to another, DUI with damage to property, and reckless driving. The sentencing hearing is scheduled for the end of next month but he said that he was given is license back recently. Before I make a fool of myself I just... Read more »
I received a letter stating I need to appear in court for domestic violence April 9th at 1:30 cannot contact him to find out if I need to be there or he will appear for me as he has done in the past but I cannot reach him or get an update on what is going on. The domestic took place in September... Read more »
I would keep trying to contact the attorney and/or his/her office. April 9th is still a ways away, so you have some time. If you still don’t hear back, try stopping by the attorneys office to make sure everything is ok. But the bottom line is, if you are worried about court, it’s always safest...Read more »
In Florida, the answer to your question depends on a number of factors. For example, if this is a first offense, you must sign up for DUI level 1 school and apply for an administrative review hearing, within 10 days, to obtain a business purpose only license. In the alternative, you may contest...Read more »
The legal fees will depend on many factors. For example, the following may apply: the complexity of the case (number of witnesses, breath test, aggravating factors), the number of DUI priors, the experience of the lawyer, travel time to the courthouse, and whether the client is seeking a trial....Read more »
At the jail the breath test registered a .00 on both tests. An urine sample was taken but I don't have the results. At the time of the arrest it was just for DUI. Then after I got out the next day, they said I have another charge of resisting arrest without violence. They searched me and... Read more »
The answer to your question, for the DUI, depends on the urinalysis. If you do not have controlled substances in your system, then the State of Florida has no chance of proving Driving Under the Influence. If you test positive for controlled substances, the prosecutors will still have a difficult...Read more »
Assuming no holds on your license, you are eligible for a business purpose only license as soon as you complete DUI level 1. If it is a second conviction within 5 years, you must take DUI level 2 and wait 1 year before seeking a BPO license.
So, essentially, I will lose driving benefits for an entire year?
Breathelizer was high, but I have multiple G/I problems. During my 20 minute resting/observation period I was allowed to lie on my back. Between the acid re flux issues, bleeding ulcers, and Esophageal varices... Read more »
If you have taken the breath test, you will lose your license for 6 months if it is s first offense. However, you are eligible for a business purpose only license once you sign up for DUI level one. If this is a second offense, you may wish to consult with the bureau of administrative review to...Read more »
A dui may be proven by an unlawful blood alcohol level or by impairment of your normal faculties. Since the breath test malfunctioned, assuming no result, you can argue the state deprived the jury of exculpatory evidence. If there is a breath result greater than the legal limit, you may need to...Read more »
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