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Can I be deported because of a DUI and criminal contempt conviction if I still have a grand larceny case pending?
Criminal contempt conviction was for violating an Order of Protection. Grand larceny case has not yet been tried. Can I be deported with a case still pending?
Removal proceedings could be started, but you'll face your charges before anything happens.
I just got charged with a 2nd dwi and an aggrivated dwi within 10 years, a class e felony. what am i facing?
my convictions were within the 10 year mark. october 18th of 2004
In theory you face up to 4 years in jail. While that won't happen, you are in a tough spot and the outcome may depend...
My son was involved in a car accident.He was charged with dui .he came up pos for maryjuanna .The acc happened because his
break line broke. he did not leave the scene he passed all field test except for standing on one leg. that test was given in the middle of hill.They found nothing on him or in his truck. the air bag deployed and dust went in his eyes.they said probable cause was glassy eyes and slurred speech 3 witnesses at th escene all said his speech was not slurred.He actually went to the homeowners house at witch the acc took place and woke them up to let them know what happened.
You need to hire a really good defense attorney. For every negative they say, you need to be able to challenge and...
If there was no evidence of maryjuana use no odor nothing found in truck or on person how can you be charged with a dui with
only a urine test
It would depend on what the police claim the probable cause was 1) to stop you and 2) to arrest you. The officer might...
Can a person who is currently on TASC after a DWI go away on a week vacation?
Last year, my boyfriend was pulled over for driving under the influence of alcohol. The court referred him to TASC, but he was unable to attend the interview due to his newly obtained job. After months of back and forth to court, the notion of probation was introduced. The judge was nice to re-offer TASC as an alternative to probation if the program allowed him to be reinstated. The interview with TASC has now been set up for this upcoming week. Now, over the last couple of months, we planned week trip to the Caribbean. I would like to know if going on vacation is acceptable since it was booked and planned before we knew anything was going to happen. Does anyone have any suggestions on what steps should be taken and whether TASC allows circumstances of this sort. Thank you in advance.
If the vacation will interfere with doing TASC I suggest you reschedule the vacation. Don't forget that TASC is an...
Can you get a DUI almost 4 months after an accident?
My brother was in a very bad car accident. He was in ICU for a month and then he was in TBI therapy for a month, he has been home for about 1.5 months since the accident in September. On Christmas Eve the officer called and said he would be getting charged with a DUI because he had THC present in his system. He has told us he did not smoke that morning before the accident but did within the last couple of days. I have read that if it appears in his system even if he was not impaired he could still be charged. (which is the case but we can not wrap our head around the fact that this is almost 4 months later) How can they go from telling my mom over and over that there was nothing in his system to now this?
Your brother should speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney ASAP for possible representation if in fact he...
How many times can the DAs office postpone motions hearings before a DWI case is tossed out
I was charged with DWI March 17, 2016. I was offered and accepted to have blood work test done but due to some circumstances that was never completed so there is no evidence of my blood alcohol content. My lawyer has filed motions to suppress some Evidence and the DAs office has been postponing it since August 2016 six times now. The last time we were at court the judge told the DA to schedule this and the next time it's postponed he's tossing it out for lack of due process. My question is should it not be tossed out by now?
There is case law that says the failure by the DA to timely comply with a motion schedule is chargable for speedy trial...