In Kentucky, the reading of Miranda rights is generally associated with custodial interrogations, not the act of being arrested or handcuffed. Law enforcement officers are required to provide Miranda warnings when a person is in custody and subject to questioning. These warnings include the right...View More
If you satisfactorily prove that you were not read your Miranda rights, any statement you may have made to police after you were arrested ought to be excluded from evidence at your trial. It does not affect the lawfulness of your arrest or whether you will be found guilty based on other evidence...View More
In KY any DUI can be reduced or dismissed if the circumstances and facts warrant it. If you have a strong defense and or the prosecutor's case is weak then yes it is possible. Can your specific case be amended? That is not possible to determine without looking at the case and knowing all of...View More
I would start by going to the Dept Of Transportation website and getting a driver record. If it looks clean and you should be able to go to the drivers license branch to get a new license. If it’s not clean you can call them and they should be able to tell you what is wrong.
Doubtful anything will come if it as you did the right thing by going the other way when you saw her. That is the advice judges usually give when issuing a dvo. If there was no contact nor communication, you should be safe.
You may be able to resolve them for two dui first offenses rather than a first and second. You also may be able to get minimums on each. Check with your lawyer and see if that’s possible in light of the facts of each of your dui cases.
Being in jail 67 days does not trigger any automatic release. He has to have been in jail more than 60 days from the day his Case left district court and went to the Commonwealth attorneys office for review. If you believe that is happened, I would hire a private attorney to follow motion...View More
My wife went to town and someone called my truck in for swerving, this was 30 minutes after she got home, we were in bed, there were no keys in anything. The police said they had a report of that truck swerving 30 minutes before. My wife said she went to town, but we were already laying down in the... View More
he was not read his rights, but because his pupil were dilated and he has a lazy eye, his balance was off because he has a bad hip from childbirth, and get confused when nervous they charged him with a dui and arrested him. He does not drink, smoke or do any kind of recreational drugs.
After I answered the door and stepped out on my porch I was asked if a man arrested for DUI a mile or so away lived at my house. No was my answer as he didn't live there nor had he been staying there. The man arrested had stopped at my house earlier that day and I knew the man, but he... View More
I’m trying to figure out what’s required for me to get my permit and license. I am 26 and never had permit before but still got charged with dui twice. Once in 2014 and the other in 2016. What do I do to take care of this?
Was driving on do you are suspended license all had parked at the liquor store, went in the store got what I wanted and I was I was checking out I seen the cop circle through the parking lot. When I came out of the liquor store I knew he was waiting on me so I took off running and was later... View More
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