Damariscotta Crime

Damariscotta Crime

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  • Damariscotta Man Pleads Guilty to Burglaries

    Wednesday Jun 1 | via Lincoln County News 

    A Damariscotta man will serve 18 months in prison and pay almost $15,000 in restitution for his part in a string of burglaries around Lincoln County in the spring of last year. Christopher S. Gove, 21, of Damariscotta, pleaded guilty to 13 counts of class B burglary, six counts of class C theft by unauthorized taking, one count each of class D criminal trespass and class D theft by unauthorized taking, and 11 counts of class E theft by unauthorized taking - a total of 32 crimes - at the Lincoln County Courthouse on Tuesday, May 24. The state dismissed another five counts of burglary.

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Damariscotta Law

1) Do the district court fines need to be paid in full prior to filing petition?
State of Maine: OUI 1st offense non-aggravated. Will be filing petition for ignition interlock. Payment plan established with district court to pay fines. 1) Do the district court fines need to be paid in full prior to filing petition? 2) Does the licence reinstatement fee/form need to be filed with the petition?
The Fine does not have to be paid before you are allowed to petition. However, you must pay your fine as ordered or...
Should I contest a speeding ticket if I already have a DUI reduced to reckless driving in the last year?
I was stopped for speeding. 68 in 50. When officer approached, I did admit that I was going "a little" too fast, but don't think it was that much over.
Sure you should. Just because you were arrested for DUI a year ago does not mean there is no chance for a good outcome...
Can I get charged an oui for driving on my own private property?
Police came to our house on an unrelated issue, I got arrested for oui while moving my truck from the side yard.
While I cannot speak for Maine law, most states have now defined DUI offenses in such a way that a person can be cited...
I was charged with OUI for my legal prescription drugs (not narcotics). Is it possible to drop this to Reckless Driving?
I also received a summons for endangering the welfare of a child, because I had my newborn son in the car with me when I was arrested for the OUI. And finally, I received a third summons for leaving the scene of an accident. Let me just clarify--the OUI charge is not from alcohol or illegal drugs, but from on of my prescription medications that I had taken, I took both my morning dose together with my evening dose because I was worried what might happen if I missed a dose. I'm just wondering if this charge can be dropped down to a reckless driving charge? They won't provide me with a court-appointed attorney here because I make too much money $19K. But I need to know if there's any way around that OUI charge. And can I try to make a plea bargain with the D.A. without a lawyer?
Your best course of action contact a local attorney, either by email or phone, who will protect you and your rights....
If you take a breath test and pass and then refuse a drug urine test is that the same as a refusal in Maine
Took a breath test and passed later at police station I was asked to take a urine test at which time I asked I was required to take it and I asked a couple of other questions at that point the officer walked out said too late. Does this mean I refused it?
They will probably say that you refused. You should get an attorney if you were charged with a DUI offense.
Can i be extradited on a dui (prescription drugs)
I got arressted for dui..influence was prescrption drugs. This tripped my ptsd because of being frisked by a male cop in Massachusetts, I was admitted,voluntarily, to a mental ward in Massachusetts for 7 days,not court ordered. Hospital personna el told me i would be better off in my home state. I have my hosp records to collaborate this. Now, at age 62, massachusetts has issued a warrant for my arrest.
It is not likely they will extradite you for the OUI, unless it has been charged as a Felony. What will happen if you...
Can a class C felony be reduced
Can an OUI offense that caused serious bodily injury be reduced to a misdemeanor in the state of Maine and what mitigating factors would help this to be reduced? For a class C Felony can a suspended sentence be applied?
Anything is possible but no one knows what will happen without knowing the facts of the case, the defendant's criminal...