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I got an underage at the beginning of the month and my court date is coming soon, i just wanted to know what will the judge ask.
This is my first underage, and the first time i have EVER been in trouble. I'm scared to go to court and i just want to know what he will ask me, when I'm there. I was not holding any alcohol i was just running around my house being obnoxious when the cops got there. Do you think the judge will ask me where i got the alcohol from? Or will he just read off what has happened, then say what do i plead?
Plead not guilty. If you are asked about your date of birth, or asked to confirm your date of birth, say that you...
My son's probation officer put him on house arrest following a DUI while waiting for court. How long can she keep him on it?
My son's probation officer put him on house arrest following a DUI in September of 2014, while waiting for court. He was fitted with an alcohol monitor, which she told him was also a GPS unit. That was a lie, the company that makes them doesn't make a dual unit. After serving 21 days in jail, she informed him that he is still on house arrest.. It is now April and she still has him on house arrest. He has completed the court required alcohol treatment program and he still has the alcohol monitor as well. I've stayed out of this as much as possible, but this PO, I feel is on a power trip. The court NEVER ordered him to be on house arrest. Now she's trying to get him to go to church and attend AA meeting. And to socialize more by calling her to get permission to go places.
Probation officers have fairly broad discretion, and the terms of probation are generally left even broader. You're...
Can I become a registered nurse with two prior dui arrest
I am thinking about enrolling in school to become RN. However I am very concerned to get denied my license because of my criminal background , I was arrested in New Jersey back in 2009 for failaiure to maintain lanes, refusal to take breathalyzer and dui. All the charges were dropped except the refusal and in 2012 was arrested for refusal and dui, no action were taken on the refusal after I provide the motor vehicle judge with proof of my asthma but I was convicted with dui. I live in Ohio and I am willing to work with an attorney to fix this issue
Your prior cases do not automatically bar you from obtaining a nursing license, but may be inquired about and...
Will I be facing future felony drug charges other than my dui charge and how severe could it be?
I was arrested on the 8th this month on a dui charge. I had totalled my vehicle after hitting a cub and running into a telephone pole. I tried to limp my car forward to the curb a little but it broke down and officers had arrived as I was getting out of my car. I was charged with dui, although I refused to blow or take a urine test. When they cuffed and searched me they found 2 bottles of xanax, I believe it is a schedule 4 drug, but I wasn't given a ticket for it nor was I charged for it. The officer did write on my ticket "narcotics found on person".This will be my second dui. My first was 9 years ago, but I have never had any drug charges
You have a very high chance of getting indicted on felony drug possession in the near future. Hire an experienced...
How can someone be charged with ovi and child endangerment with no positive test ?
If you get pulled over and they assume your under the influence of drugs and or alcohol, they do a field sobriety and you pass, they decide to arrest you and take you to the police station for urine test, they do test and states that it takes 2 weeks for results, you get bailed out for 2400 dollars . Then they set an arraignment date for court. How can you be charged with a crime with no positive reading on the test?
They don't need much to charge you. You should hire an attorney, today.
Attorney Violates Code Of Ethics, No Legal Repurcussions?
If an licensed attorney violates the Code of Professional Responsibility, and as the result of this, they influenced a case. According the the OSBA, this could lead to infractions or disciplinary hearings involving the lawyer, where they can be sanctioned, or have there law license suspended.
However, it also states that whatever the results of there investigation, it will NOT affect a case.
How is this so? If an attorney willfully does something they are not supposed to do, and they directly had an impact on the case, why can't the disciplinary process recommend actions to take place on the case, instead of bringing an Appeal to the State Courts? We are dealing in 2 areas here, one is that the lawyer has to abide by there code of ethics, and two, as a result of this, no common legal error can be asserted in state courts. This makes absolutely no sense at all.
If an attorney violated the Code of Ethics make a complaint to the local bar. If it affected your case then speak to...