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For example this cop who is a DUI enforcer himself gets a way with a DUI. While a person like myself who isn't in the car, who has his keys in his pocket and is far away from the car gets his first DUI. Just not sure how the justice system is working here. Here's the story about the cop and his DUI: http://www.wkrn.com/story/24535856/franklin-dui-officer-avoids-arrest-after-being-found-passed-out-in-car-at-bar Prior to my arrest I had a perfect driving record (12 years of driving at the time). I don't expect any answers to this question. I'm just stating the truth that cops themselves can get away with crimes that normal people would be arrested for.
The quality of your lawyer helps. Some of us are at 100% success on these kinds of cases
Trying to Reinstatement my Drivers License. Alcohol/Drugs Evaluation over the phone she will ask if I had Alcohol last OWI. Just one drink it over, I think. I did Qiut but its hard to prove. Hair testing very expentive. I,m scrared. I'm trying hard to get them back. What do you think?
I do not practice in your state, but I am originally from Indiana. It seems highly unlikely that the court would order...
Received a DUI in Illinois on 2012. First time no prior record. Pled guilty got a year of supervision. Missed a probation appt and they want to revoke. I have been cooperative since. However due to finances have been unable to complete my ten hours of level one treatment classes. I have court tomorrow. If I go I get arrested for failure to complete treatment. I have a suspended license for an insurance infraction. I have no way to get there. What's the best course of action in this situation? Literally I have no other record and the conviction was a misdemeanor.
I hope we've got someone to assist you at www.gotdui.com - you should seek a private free consultation in your area....
I need to know how to go about getting an expedited hardship driver's license. I am suspended due to insurance violations, have a clean criminal record otherwise. Last night I was arrested for DWS. I was told by the arresting officer it was a Class A Misdemeanor, booked, and promptly bonded out. There are literally TWO places I NEED to be able to drive; the most important one being work, so I can pay my court costs, reinstatement fees, and possibly an attorney. I have court at the end of this month and aside from consulting an attorney (obviously), I have no idea what to do. Is there any way to fast track this process? I do not want to lose my job and it is not an option to depend on others to get me where I need to be for a mistake I made myself. Thanks!!!
if your suspension is for driving without insurance you are not eligible for a hardship license. Furthermore, since...
Son, 19, received an underage drinking citation while in Wisconsin, we live in Indiana. He wants to pay the fine and not contest the charge, is this the right thing to do. 1st offense.
I'd suggest contacting a local Wisconsin traffic lawyer and see what they may be able to offer. Many times there is...
me they could file and win a case to not only cover all of my medical bills but also ensure I was financially secure. They gave me two offers, one where they would get 40% and the other where whey would pay all of my medical bills and expenses until the case was over and they would take 60%. I took the ladder. As it then turned out, the very rich man had every penny he owned with Bernie Madoff and he was wiped out. When the law firm I hired realized they were going to lose on the situation, they not only stopped paying my medical bills but also now are suing me for recovery of all back payments they made. They claim I tricked them into the second agreement. I am a 78yo widow and cannot repay them. they constantly call threatening me. What can I do to get these attorneys off me?
Many state bar associations have programs to help resolve the disputes between clients and attorneys. Check with your...
I received an OWI in 2008. I called for assistance to get my truck that was stuck in sand towed. I approached the officers whom were looking at my truck. They immediately asked questions relating to drinking & driving. I admitted that I had some drinks. Told them I had "too much" and "a lot", which doesn't tell them how many drinks I had. 2 drinks could be "too much" and 4 drinks could be "a lot" for me. They did not know when I drank or when I drove. Could've been 3-4 hours before they arrived or never. They never witnessed me driving. I have a receipt that shows repairs done to my truck, proving the truck was inoperable. I also have a weather print out showing how the weather was that night. Will this help in getting PC? Plus I feel the lawyer i had didn't put much time into the case.
You will not be able to get PCR. All of those facts were know to you before you entered into a plea agreement or were...