Well the answer depends on many factors one would be to get to your property did you drive on public property? Generally that is a yes, so yes you could be arrested for DUI. Either way you need a lawyer, call one of us DWI/DUI lawyers most of us offer free in office consultations.
The penalty for driving under the influence of prescribed medication is the same penalty as it is for driving under the influence of alcohol except that the minimum loss of license is for 7 months not 3. Thus for a first offense the basic penalties start at 7-12 months loss of license, up to 30...Read more »
Even if you blew the limit if you are convicted it is an automatic loss of license if you lose your case. In NJ you don't lose your license until and if you are convicted so hire a good lawyer and maybe you can beat the conviction, however with being double over the limit its not just the...Read more »
You would need to read your insurance policy to see exactly what is and what is not covered every policy is different although some common rules are present which generally prevent purposeful acts or acts against the law.
Yes it is possible for a first-time offender to go to jail however generally you need some exceptional circumstances such as a high reading or accident. The best way to assure that you will avoid jail is by hiring the best lawyer you can afford.
You have a defense but it's difficult and depends on many other factors such as weather, time, engine on and hot etc... Even if not driving they can prove intent to operate based on the facts but generally this is a good defense so you should definitely hire an attorney in this field who knows...Read more »
And when the agency I worked for did not notify Social Services in a timely fashion in July of 2012, I now owe another $140.Then I received General Assistance while I was on unemployment. I called and called to talk to someone but back in 2012 those lines were so busy I never got through. Am I to... Read more »
It could explain your bad driving, but it does not get you around the reason for the stop or whether you were in fact intoxicated. I suggest you speak with a lawyer and let him assess the whole situation as a DWI is not just one fact but a series of many. Most of us DWI lawyers offer a free in...Read more »
I had 2 dwi and just got another 1 so since it happened all in 10 years it will be considered my 3rd.. But in court since the prosecutor wants to cut a deal since i refused a breathlyzer they want to dismiss the dwi n keep the refusal but since i had one before there saying 2 year suspension for... Read more »
First you say it happened in 10 years and then you say 11 so you're probably counting from conviction date but you need to count from violations dates. Unless you have a terrific defense take the refusal and avoid the six months jail but they'll suspend your license. If you drive during...Read more »
Driving under the DWI statutes in New Jersey and Compass is more than just moving your vehicle and includes the ability to move your vehicle. I suggest that you immediately hire a good lawyer because you may have a defense in the operation part of the statute but remember is very Loosely...Read more »
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