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What are the chances of a long jail sentence for a first time extreme DUI charge and can it be reduced at the same time?
I was given two breath tests and the highest score was used to charge me with the extreme charge. I have never been in this situation before and I am very lost on the matter.
If by two breath tests you are referring to the PBT (generally inadmissible) and Intoxilyzer (generally admissible)...
Can I obtain a medical marijuana card while I am on parole for a DUI?
My parole lasts until December and my DUI was only for alcohol and no other drugs... I am in Maricopa county in Arizona...
Maybe. If you can get a doctor to sign off on it you can certainly apply. The best bet is to wait until December, but...
Arrested for DUI but no paperwork
I got stopped sleeping in my car at an intersection. I was taken to a mobile DUI station by the buckey police. My car was towed but not impounded. I was given a breathalyzer but couldn't complete the test. So they drew blood and then called me a cab. I have never not be given any kid of citation before.
It's a little unclear to me if you had a specific question? If you would like to discuss your case, feel free to...
What causes an ignition interlock to be extended?
I have had an ignition interlock in my car for a consecutive 8 months now. I have not drove my car that much. Although i still drive once in a while. My sister inlaw usually drives us to work so we can save on gas. Is there any way that my sentence will get extended because of not driving enough? Is there a manditory amount of hours to drive your car or just have it in your car for a certain length of time?
Your ignition interlock requirement will not be extended for not driving the vehicle enough. In fact, it is not...
Can you get in trouble at work for appearing to be asleep even though I wasn’t?
I recently was giving an administration inquiry for appearing to be asleep at work. The 601 states, “You had your sunglasses on and were slumped over and appeared to be sleeping.” First of all, I did have my sunglasses on for a few minutes because I was diagnosed with Marginal corneal degeneration on my left eye and the florescent lights give me a headache occasionally which resulted in me wearing my sunglasses that was directed by my eye specialist (Doctor) to wear sunglasses (conventional)/prescription to protect my eyes. No evidence was shown to me. My supervisor who said I appeared to be sleeping did not wake me up which results in constituting deliberate indifference (prison). I don’t know what to do anymore because my job supervisors have been harassing me ever since I stared making EEOC complaints. Please I need some advice.
Find an attorney using AVVO who specializes in retaliation law- it seems that since you've filed a complaint, there may...
Am I responsible for transporting my daughter to see her father if he recently lost his drivers license due to a DUI?
My ex lives in Tucson which is 2 hours away from my daughter and I in Glendale, AZ. He has visitation every other weekend where we meet in Casa Grande for drop off. He has just been arrested for DUI and stands to lose his license for a bit. He is telling me that it is my responsibility to drive our daughter to Tucson and pick her up on his weekends so he can see her. He says if I don't comply, I will be in "contempt of court" and he will take me back to court for violating our parenting plan. Our plan states we will meet in Casa grande and nothing about if one or the other is unable to drive out there. My question is am I responsible for transporting her the full way because he lost his license due to his mistake? Will I be violating our parenting plan if I can't?
This is a duplicate question also filed under DUI law when it is a family law / custody issue. that said.... I doubt...
Am I responsible for transporting my daughter to see her father if he recently lost his drivers license due to a DUI?
My ex lives in Tucson which is 2 hours away from my daughter and I in Glendale, AZ. He has visitation every other weekend where we meet in Casa Grande for drop off. He has just been arrested for DUI and stands to lose his license for a bit. He is telling me that it is my responsibility to drive our daughter to Tucson and pick her up on his weekends so he can see her. He says if I don't comply, I will be in "contempt of court" and he will take me back to court for violating our parenting plan. Our plan states we will meet in Casa grande and nothing about if one or the other is unable to drive out there. My question is am I responsible for transporting her the full way because he lost his license due to his mistake? Will I be violating our parenting plan?
Please repost your question in the Family Law section of avvo.com.