I have two OWI charges in Indiana in 2010 and early 2011, I am now applying for a course in college that wants me to disclose my criminal record. I'm afraid that these will exclude me from the mortuary course. I don't want to list these on my application if they're not still on my record.
If they are convictions then it will be on your criminal history as well as your driving record. Depending on when the cases were completed and if probation was successful with no outstanding issues, you should be eligible for an expungement. Keep in mind you are permitted one expungement of...Read more »
We where both Intoxicated but I did not drive her boyfriend also said she got out of passanger side witch that’s a lie cop never seen who drove but I went to jail bc it was my car and they said it was me I told the cops it wasnt
Your question does not contain enough facts to facilitate an answer. If your sentence was agreed to as part of a plea agreement, it can only be modified by agreement of all parties and approval by the court.
I had thc In my system. I have prior drinking and I learned my lesson and I think my attorney is not good because he’s in trouble. I don’t feel I should’ve went to hospital I was completely sober. Didn’t smoke marijuana for days. I was just lost and gps wouldn’t work. I need help. I was... Read more »
The police must follow a set procedure in order to eliminate targeting or cherry-picking. The stop must be for a reasonable and short period of time (time enough to check license and registration, for example). You may refuse to answer incriminating questions and are not required to consent to a...Read more »
I am doing a project for school on this case, and I need help. I am supporting wisconsin's side of the argument, so if you know anything, could you please help? This case is about a man who had his blood drawn without permission, because he was believed to be driving while intoxicated.
Yes. Charges are filed based upon probable cause. If the case goes to trial, the State will have to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt. If the defendant was neither intoxicated nor had alcohol or a controlled substance in the body in violation of the per se statute, that would be a...Read more »
Her Omnibus hearing in the date that sets the deadline for filing motions and defenses. The judge will ask her what her intentions with the case are and if she plans on hiring an attorney. He/she should give her a little more time to hire an attorney, however will likely set the case for a trial....Read more »
I had to try to grab it and I crossed the center of the road 3 times (again no on known traffic I was making sure 100%). When I got to the stop sign at the end kid tbe road, he turned his flasher light on (the officer) and arrested me for OWI on my prescription medications. He was mind enough to... Read more »
If you are charged with a crime and a child is involved then yes CPS/DCS will be called. As you say you were picking up a toy, however, the officer did not see that and has to go based on what he observed. If he believes he has enough evidence to prove intoxication you have a serious issue on...Read more »
If you turn yourself in or are picked up, you will sit until a judge hears your case. If you hire an attorney to represent you, depending on the judge and prosecutor, your attorney may be able to either negotiate a bond you can afford to get right out of jail, or an agreement to surrender to the...Read more »
The legal limit in Indiana for all operators is .08, however I believe federal regulation for CDL holders is .02. This may also apply to those with chauffers license as well. That being said your company may have its own policy so to prevent any issues its best to be sober while driving a taxi....Read more »
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