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Should I fight my DUI case?
I was recently arrested for a DUI after being pulled over into my driveway. I admitted to the officer that I had two glasses of white wine (Pinot Grigio) that evening, but I refused to take a breathalyzer test. The police also suggested that they smelt drugs, but I do not consume drugs. I allowed them to search my vehicle and nothing was found, of course. The officer did not maranda me but did proceed to throw me onto the concrete and shove my face into the ground as he handcuffed me, I was still not read my rights. I am being charged with DUI and resisting arrest, but I'm not understanding how any of this will hold up in court, should I fight it?
You should absolutely fight it. No question about it.
Can I get an exponent after 5 yrs
Implied concentrate on my record
If you are referring to a refusal then it will remain on your driving record for 10 years. You cannot get it expunged....
What all goes on at your 2nd roll call ? How long after your 2nd roll call before you get into court
Felony charges
I am not licensed to practice law in South Carolina, but I will venture to say that what happens in each case and in...
I just moved to SC and got a dui. I have 2 in Ohio previously. Last one 6 years ago. What am I facing?
How will Ohio affect sc
You should expect a DUI 2d charge and maybe a DUI 3d if your first DUI was within the last 10 years. You're facing...
If I am convicted of a DWI with BAC of 0.16% in North Carolina but reside in South Carolina will I have to have an interlock?
If I am convicted of a DWI with BAC of 0.16% in North Carolina but reside in South Carolina, will I have to have an interlock device installed on my car?
South Carolina drivers are required to get an interlock installed for all DUI convictions. So, yeah, almost certainly...
Is there a plausible defense for killing your estranged spouse while intoxicated
A husband is home drinking and wife knows he is unstable to begin with, she goes to pick up some of her things with her young daughter knowing he is drunk. he follows her into the house and stabs her to death. Police arrive, he answers the door all bloody, while handcuffed outside and in the police car he asks if his wife is OK. She was pronounced dead at the scene. He is clearly intoxicated to the officers and can hardly even stand. He appears to be unaware of the severity of what he has done because he keeps asking if she is OK. Now, he is not a big man and his wife is not either, does he have any kind of defense that would render him not guilty to murder but guilty for a lesser charge? I am uncertain if he knew she was coming to get some of her things. Its a real tragic story (
would not recommend doing it. There are always defenses, the question is, will a jury buy it?
My uncle tried to get driving license from newmixco without paper and his license is now suspended but now he is on U visa
he is looking for any lawyer who can get him his license he can give all legal paper which got from U visa
I added and immigration tag. Maybe an immigration attorney may know.