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Idaho arrest for DUI
Do I have a choice of taking breathalyzer or blood test?
The officer can choose which test will be performed. After that, the driver can refuse to participate, although that...
Will the judge still suspend my licence for a second dui even after I got it back after 90 days?
I got a second dui in idaho and am awaiting sentencing but paid my reinstatement fee not even thinking I would get my licence back and I did . My attorney says I'm still going to loose it for a year because in idaho it's a mandatory year and there is no way around it. Should we even tell the court that I got my licence back? Am I risking losing it for an additional 9 months or a year flat?
The 90 day suspension is the administrative suspension imposed for failing the blood or breath test. (Second failure...
When does the 15 minute observation time begin?
After I was arrested for DUI I was given a breathalyzer test. Before the test I was given the implied consent advisory then told I had to wait for 15 minutes to take the test. Does the observation time include the time it takes to read the implied consent advisory or does the 15 minutes start after being informed of the implied consent?
The fifteen minutes is measured as the time immediately before the test. It really doesn't matter whether you are...
Is the time stamp on a breathalyzer important?
I took a breathalyzer test and the time stamp on the printout was not correct. The officer signed a statement that it was true and correct under penalty of perjury. He also logged in the same time in his log and his report. He either didn't know the time was off or falsified the time. Basically he wrote the time of the test as the time on the printout on all of his reports. He listed the time of arrest incorrect also. The standard operating procedures state that the operator is responsible for maintaining the breathalyzer including setting the time and date .
Maybe, maybe not. Analysis of a DUI requires that you look at ALL the evidence the state has in its possession. There...
What is considered heresy and how can you get evidence admitted in to court?
I was charged with DUI. My breath samples were .173 and five minutes later.154 . There is a difference of.019% in five minutes with my sample decreasing. I learned from reading several articles on the internet that the body metabolizes.016% alcohol per hour. I feel that this information would prove that the breathalyzer wasn't functioning properly. The articles referenced a pharmaceutical book as to how they provided the.016% per hour. Can I get that same book and provide it as evidence? I was told that anything printed off the internet was considered heresy. My doctor also tested me for hyperglycemia and said that I have tested in the range that would be considered hyperglycemia. He wrote this on a prescription page. Is what he wrote admissable evidence or heresy? Thanks for any help
Heresy is a belief or opinion contrary to orthodox religious (especially Christian) doctrine. Hearsay is an out of...
Dual Penalties for Out-of-State DUI?
I was charged with a DUI in Illinois in October, 2016. I lived in Illinois for a short period of time in 2016-2017. I was convicted, I lost my license for a period, paid my reinstatement fee, and did everything else I was supposed to do in Illinois for my conviction. However, when I was charged, I had an Idaho driver's license. Now, nearly a year later, my license is being revoked by the state of Idaho for a period of 365 days. I again have to pay reinstatement fees, suffer the consequences of being without a license for a year, and go through the process again. Is this customary for out-of-state DUIs? Is there anything I can do to demonstrate that I've already lost my driving privileges for a year? Any advice, even advice that does not answer these specific questions, is much appreciated.
Yes, this is customary. Most of the states are members of the Driver License Compact, which is an interstate compact...
How do I avoid the ignitions lock required by Washington state when you get a DUI in another State?
Last year I got a DUI in Idaho with a Washington state Licence. Have not lived in Washington for the past two years. The Idaho judge did not require an ignitions lock, just classes, volunteer work and fees to be paid. I was never notified that i needed a ignitions lock from Washington. I tried to get my Idaho licence today, and they told me I could not till my suspension was lifted from Washington. I reinstated my licence in Idaho ($500 to do so) two weeks ago and have been driving since, thinking i was legal to drive.
Idaho Code 49-303(5) says Idaho cannot give you a license with an outstanding suspension in WA, unless five years has...