Can i get my supervised probation switched to unsupervised probation?
In April of 2012 i was sentenced to five years probation in Nebraska for distribution of a controlled substance i have had no dirty .ua's completed my community service attend aa/na and counseling as ordered and have had the same job for almost three years now. I have a great opportunity at a way better job in Texas but with no family there it seems impossible and this maybe my only hope of being able to go. I started on intense supervised probation and now i have downgraded where i only have to see my po once every three months
Contact a criminal attorney in Nebraska to see if something can be worked out. Good luck!
Can cps go to my childrens schools to ask them questions? Without consent, a warrent or court order?
Dec 13,2016 I went to see a detective about some concerns with my husband. There was a case opened on him for sleeping with an underage girl. He knew I was tripping so he called the cops and said I used meth. I came home they searched me,my room & my car. Nothing. We have been fighting alot (yelling) because he cheats. In January cps goes to my kids schools and asks them questions like should mom be removed from the home or just help for her? Am I mean to them? Do I neglect them? Offer them drugs? Do they believe I do drugs? My kids are 14 & 7. I've spoke with them and do did my husband. He and I did hair tests and passed.she said case closed
Then the next day she says she's still waiting for the results from our hair tests. But the day before she said she did. Now she's saying she did it backwards and jumped the gun. Kids should of been tested. That's fine I'm not worried but it's my 7 year old. She's been through enough. She said case closed. They say allegations were drug usage. But then she says neglect and abuse. It's for the kids best Interest. I don't know what's going on and no one is being honest. There is no drugs or usage and I've proved that.
Absolutely they can. It's Child Protective Services.. They're out there to protect children from their parents.. of...
Can I get a suppression on a breath test if the officer denied my request for an independent test?
Sunday morning at approximately 2:00am I was arrested on suspicion of DUI. I was pulled over for allegedly failing to come to a complete stop according to the officer, a failure to obey a traffic control device. I performed three FSTs which the officer said I failed. He gave me a PBT test which indicated an illegal BAC at which time I was placed under arrest and taken to the station for a Breathalyzer test. The Breathalyzer machine indicated a level of .152, however, prior to administering the test I asked in plain English if there was an option for me to get a test of my blood for myself or if this was the only test that I was able to take following his breath test. This was conveyed to him at least twice and he both times indicated that is not an option/available to me. I read in the Nebraska Statute 60-6,199 that if he refuses to permit me to do so that the States test is not admissible. Does it seem feasible to get his test thrown out? My lawyer offered cautious optimism depending on what the tapes will show.
You have a lawyer so you should continue to discuss this with them. I'm sure once you receive the tapes there will be...
Is there a chance to remove this DUI from my record?
I am 22 years old with no previous offenses. I recently was pulled over while driving home late on a Saturday night when I was pulled out too far at a red light. The officer breathalyzed me and I blew a .12 (over the legal limit). There was three other passengers in the car with me who received MIP's. I'm trying to go to law school, and I'm a college athlete with a near perfect GPA. With a good lawyer, is there any chance a DUI could be removed from my record?
Perhaps, best to hire that good lawyer asap to advise after reviewing all the facts and evidence.
While I was pulled over driving home the other night for pulling out too far at a red light, I was asked to take a breathalyzer. When I asked about the opportunity to take a blood test instead, the officer denied. After blowing, the officer refused to reveal my BAC to me when I asked. I was arrested and taken to detox where several officers referred to me by the name of a passenger in the car who received a MIP. At the scene of the crime I was told by the officer I was receiving 2 citations. 1 for careless driving, and 1 for a DUI (I later found out on my ticket, my BAC was .12) but the paper I received only states a total of 1 citation. On a few of my papers, my BAC level isn't even stated nor is my name on several sheets filled out by the officer. Is this enough of a case to possibly receive revocation?
No, typographical errors and omissions are not grounds for dismissal. Consult a good DUI lawyer in your area right away.