Not that I’m going to or want to I just started thinking wow I’ve had a long week at work I think imma have a few beer when I get off but then I thought oh yeah I need to adjust my scope and that’s how I come up with the question . But I was just wondering say I had a few beers and been... Read more »
Your private property may be in a city that makes discharging a firearm in the city limits illegal. Plus, in some or residential neighborhoods, covenants prevent such activities due to disruption of the neighbors due to loud noises.
Long story short, I received a DUI exactly 10 yrs/1 mo ago and I have never been to court for it. So obviously I know I have an FTA (Most Likely) When I log in to the cities website and go to pay fines off, I then enter my License # and my DOB, which brings up two citations, one for Failure to... Read more »
In the state of Georgia. My daughter was under the influence of drugs, she went to a friend's house to get help. No one was at home. She went up to one of his vehicles that was unlocked and sat in it for a while. She realized the keys were in the car so she started the car and went to drive... Read more »
The statute code that could apply for the vehicle is OCGA 16-8-2, Theft by taking. It is best to contact an attorney as soon as feasible who can assist you with the specifics of your case and craft an appropriate and tailored defense.
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That is not necessarily true. Probation could submit to the Court a tolling order and if it has been signed his probation would stop or "toll" until such time as he is arrested not the warrants. If a tolling order has been signed there is no way for his probation period to run out.
In order to remotely answer your question we would need way more information. Are you getting help from an attorney? What are the facts of your case? Impossible and would only be able to speculate without at least some information about your situation.
The short answer is YES. The issue becomes when will they lay the charges and how they prove the elements of the offence without sobriety tests of a breathalyzer? Were blood sample taken? Was there a video of the event? How decent and reliable are the eyewitnesses?...Read more »
It was categorized as a misdemeanor and not a possession charge. I pled the first offender act Because I Don’t plan on ever getting arrested again.I live in Georgia it’s supposed to be sealed, but I don’t think it is. So I’m just wondering how I approach this question on the application for... Read more »
I have a felony warrant issued for failure to appear in Lake County court Indiana in 2007. I just found out three weeks ago. It was driving while intoxicated and I was doing community service and a bench warrant was issued for failure to appear after I moved back to Ga. I thought my community... Read more »
If under 21 it may be suspended for a year. but that is only if you get convicted. sometimes your lawyer can identify problems with the case which can let you plead to a leaser charge or obtain a not guilty verdict at trial.
2 DUI convictions since 2014. After the first DUI I received a permit to and from work. I received the second DUI while driving on the permit. I have met all the courts requirements. I have a valid georgia driver's license but when I try to register a vehicle a red flag pops up. The courts... Read more »
Under Georgia law, if you have 2 or more DUI convictions, you are required to have an Interlock Ignition Device installed on your car. If you do not get it installed, you will not be able to get a new license, unless you can show you cannot install the device due to undue hardship.
Without knowing more it is difficult to answer this question. The officer should take into account any driving manifestations as well as personal manifestations. Although typically it is required to do all the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, sometimes the officer can arrest with less BUT you...Read more »
A police officer can arrest a person for DUI even when they refuse a breathalizer. The officer can arrest for DUI if based on their training and experience a person: has bloodshot eyes, smells like alcohol, was swerving or driving erratically, or had slurred speech.
An officer in another county can arrest you for DUI. The officer, based on his training and experience can determine that you were DUI based on: slurred speech, stumbling while walking, bloodshot eyes, or smelling like alcohol. If you refuse the breathalizer, the officer can still arrest you for...Read more »
You will need to post this question in a Tennessee "ask a lawyer" section instead of Georgia. If it was Georgia, the only way to get test results that the officer does not give to you is through the discovery process.
Generally this code section involves a number of charges for DUI resulting in a suspension of your license plates. Without knowing more about your previous charges it would be difficult to answer. The bottom line however is that you may be able to get a probationary driving license and then get a...Read more »
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