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What will happen since I refused breath test
me and wife was riding gravel road. got pulled over by city cop. had four hot beers in truck from fishing trip the prevouis day. I had couple beer while grilling out and she made her a strawberry daquiry.. couple hours later we went blackberry hunting then got pulled over for no seatbelts. I refused test at jail. we both was arrested for beer in truck. my ticket said I was .08 bac. her ticket said she was driving. but I was.....now what...I did stay 24 hours in jail
The short answer is your family needs a lawyer to sort that out. Refusal to take the breath test, depending on whether...
How accurate would the testimony be from an expert hematologist in speculating the intoxication level 4 and a half hours before.
My son is being charged with murder from a drinking and driving accident. His attorney says that the DA has hired an expert hematologist to testify how intoxicated my son was at the time of the accident to 4 1/2 hours prior to his blood test. Would that not be pure speculation
Since your son has already hired an attorney, the best person to ask this question is your retained attorney. But as a...
How can the Alabama Dept of Public safety revoke my drivers license for 5 years when my Dui convictions are over 11 years apart?
I have had several dui conviction over a 20 year period, and have given up drinking all together now, however, my license has been revoked for a 5 year period, The last dui was in Febuary 2015, and the other prior ones were from 2004 and before. I did not request an administrative hearing in 2015 because it was charged as a first offense and i thought it would only be a 6 month suspension. Is there anything that i can do now?
You are confusing "apples" with " oranges" so to speak. The five year look back period expressed in section 32-5A-191(q)...
Drug oui chances
I got stopped for expired tag, i didnt drive faulty and obeyed all traffic laws, officer noticed that i had slurred speech and saw bruises all over my body and mud. also noticed that i couldn't follow directions he asked me to do hgn test 6/6 cues then did walk and turn 8/8 cues and 4/4 cues on one leg stand there was a small rain shower while the tests was performed i am prescribed glasses but wasn't wearing them that day i stumbled several times while being placed under arrest and made strange comments at times when i got to the station an ems drew my blood which tested positive for phenazepam and mitragynine the exact concentration of the drugs was not provided. can the government provide this state beyond a reasonable doubt in your opinion?
This precise question was just posted in the Pennsylvania (as well as Vermont & west Virginia, Wyoming, and Washington)...
Will a juvenile dui from 1983 show up now-would this count as a 2nd offense or have the records been sealed because of my age?
I have been charged with dui.
Anytime you have been charged with a DUI, it is wise to hire an attorney that specializes in DUI. Use Avvo to find a...
Is it legal for a case to sit on appeal almost four years?
I was arrested for DUI in 2011. Went to in front of judge in April 2012, was convicted even though I didn't blow. I immediately appealed and have heard nothing for almost four years. Just notified of court date. This happened in Blount county Alabama, where the good ole' boy system is in full swing.
If you're not represented, you should consult with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. The length of delay...
I was charged with a DUI in Alabama. First offense. Will my licenses be suspended two 90 day periods?
Referring to the initial 90 day suspension notice which is up for me next month. I was later convicted in court of first offense DUI. Will I have to wait another 90 days for my suspension to end? Or will I be able to get my licenses after the Administration suspension is up?
I assume you had an attorney since you have already been to court. You need to consult with your attorney.