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I got a PBJ in MD in 2008 for Disorderly Conduct (CR), Fleeing arrest (TRAF), and DUI (TRAF). Are any of these felonies?
I got thirteen citations and all but these above were "nolle prosequi". I just want to know if any of these above count as felonies? I can see all of my information on the Maryland Case Search site but they do not label whether they are felony or misdemeanors and I have to tell a new job what misdemeanors I have been convicted of. Thank you.
It is best if you consult with your attorney in MD to answer this question. In the alternative, you can contact the...
IN-HOM monitor device has a schedule set. Can that schedule be changed?
My schedule to blow into it is at 5-8 am and then 5-8 pm and lastly 10pm - 12am. I work from 3:30pm to midnight. So I blow into it twice while I am at work. Can't the in-hom schedule be switched respectfully to work schedule? I was told by my PO and it can not be changed and it is set by the DEA. So that way I can't be drinking, but I only blow into it once while I'm off of work. I just don't want to lose my job and not being able to make payments and then I'm behind bars. 'Slippery slope', but it can happen.
You can ask, they may be unlikely to change it and make you deal with the inconvenient. The timing s set to make sure...
So I'm on probation for a DWI and POM. If ive never been tested for alcohol, will they test me randomly at court?
Never been tested for alcohol once in this whole year. Split a bottle of wine with my Mom today and I'm a tad buzzed. But didnt think if they'd test me for alcohol(since they never have) until my grandpa started talking about it. Could the court test me for it? Even though it wasn't court ordered to do at the beginning? I have court tomorrow morning.
Yes they could test you . I would keep my mouth shut and get out of your appointment as fast as you can,
I had a DUI in Hidalgo county and was given fines and 1 year probation. 1st offense. After about 5 months I was violated for failure to show. That was almost a year ago. I am going to turn myself in I just want to know what to expect? Or any advice? I'm currently not working, I am a student, and I have no prior record of anything before this.
Sounds like the risk is up to six months in the county jail and a fine not to exceed $2000.00, depending on what your...