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What should I plea for failure to reinstate drivers license in Ohio, second court date
I was charged with failure to reinstate my drivers license in ohio, what should I plea? I went to my first court date and tried to plea no contest and the judge said he would put my plea in as not guilty and I should talk to an attorney, but didn't give me an option for a court appointed. I reinstated and got another drivers license. what should I plea? I don't want to plea guilty and get nailed or plea no contest again and piss the judge off again, or not guilty and get another court date. Or is there a plea to make to set another court date so I can hire a layer if that's my best option? Without an attorney, am I able to speak with the prosecutor before the hearings start to clear things up beforehand? Any advise would be great
Judge is trying to help you out. Talk to the prosecutor, update on your progress and get rewarded for your efforts.
How, if possible, could my name, address, or personal information obtained from the officers' investigation be used negatively?
Ok so last night I was with a few friends driving around playing Pokémon Go. We got pulled over and they searched our person and the vehicle. The only evidence they recovered was a crown royal draw-string bag with a bag of marijuana contained inside, which belonged to the driver of the vehicle. After the officers finished their search, they took all four of our cell phone numbers and social security numbers to verify identity. Long story short, the only person of the four of us that was charged with a minor misdemeanor possession of marijuana was the driver. Basically my question is, will this information be published in a newspaper or otherwise be made available to the public, including my name or address, without my knowledge or consent even though I was not charged with a criminal offense?
There may be mention of you in a police report. Those are public record, but personal information is typically redacted....
I have a friend who has 2 dui's in OH..He is on probation..He just got arrested for DUI in WV. Will it be considered the 3rd?
He just had his second dui here in OH 5 months ago..When arrested in WV he was drunk, speeding, traveling in the middle of the road, carrying a few grams of pot and a pipe..He also has drug charges in Ohio..is he going away for a while?
The penalties he faces in Ohio depend on the specific charges. For a few grams of pot and a pipe he is looking at low-...
I pleaded guilty to an ovi on april 23 2008 and recently got cited may 30 2014 what should i expect..is this considered a second
Offense or first offense since ohio has a lookback period
No. It is not considered a second offense within 6 years. However if you refused the chemical test you are still...
What is the lookback period in youngstown ohio..i have one prior ovi conviction from april 22 2008
And was cited for one may 30 2014..how will the lookback period affect me...will i fall over the 6 years .what penalties may i face..
Ohio law provides for harsher penalties if you get a second DUI in 6 years. The dates of importance are the date of the...
I have a prior ovi conviction from april 22 2006 and was cited for an ovi may 30 2014. Since ohio has a lookback period what
Role does it play for possible new ovi charge..will this be considered a first or second ovi since new pending charge happened after 6years of the first conviction
It will still be viewed as a second OVI, but you will not be exposed to the extra, mandatory jail time a person is...
I was convicted of an low tier .08 ovi on april 22 2008.in portage county..i just got cited may 30 2014 for an ovi .123 in
Youngstown ohio..im go back to court in august..since ohio has a lookback period of six years and my ticket was may30 2014 what penalties do i face..will this new citation b an second ovi charge or a first being i got the ticket outside of the lookback period by a month
This will still be your second offense, but not in 6 years. The look back period requires the court to increase the...