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Will a judge allow me to do weekends in jail to keep my job for getting a 2nd offence dui in Tennessee?
2nd offence dui tennessee on federal park, speeding ticket, prior dui was in Kentucky
If you are convicted of a second offense DUI in TN and the prior offense occurred within 10 years, the mandatory...
Can I drink still if I haven't been to court yet for a DUI I went to my arraignment and my court date is October 5th?
I have not been to Court yet for my DUI I did have an arraignment can I still drink if I obviously don't drive and obey the laws? And I am not on probation yet.
When people ask this kind of question is makes you wonder if they do not have a drinking problem. If you are so...
Should I take the first offer?
My friend was arrested for driving on a revoked for a DUI in Tennessee. Her court appointed attorney said she should take the first offer from the DA, which includes jail time. I had a lawyer a few years ago who did NOT take the first offer and I got a better deal in my DUI case. But this is a driving on a revoked case. Plus, to take the first offer also means she will be put on PSI probation, a private company that tries to keep you coming back as long as possible. When I took my case upstairs, I was allowed to be put on state probation, which is much better and not as rigid or rule-crazy. Should she say no to the first offer and get the case taken upstairs? Is that possible in a driving on revoked case?
Ordinarily, the government is required to show that someone knew they were driving on a revoked license. This means...
Should I take the first offer from the DA?
My friend was arrested for driving on a revoked for a DUI in Tennessee. Her court appointed attorney said she should take the first offer from the DA, which includes jail time. I had a lawyer a few years ago who did NOT take the first offer, and I got a better deal. Plus, to take the first offer also means she will be put on PSI probation, a private company that tries to keep you coming back as long as possible. When I took my case upstairs, I was allowed to be put on state probation, which is much better and not as rigid or rule-crazy. Should she say no to the first offer and get the case taken upstairs? Is that possible in a driving on revoked case?
IF your "friend" is willing to take the advice of strangers on the internet over the advice of her court-appointed...
I hired a lawyer to fight my first dui, I lost and was taking it to jury trial. now I cant afford to pay him cause I lost my job
My children go in trouble repeatedly and all my money went to the courts for them and this also cost me my job. I was told by my lawyer we had a good case and it could possibly get dropped. Now he's telling me that I will lose my license anyways because I didn't take the blood test. Why did he not tell me this when we went to court the first time? Now he wants full payment before I go to court which is the 30th of this month. I don't have the means to give him 2000. more after already giving him 2500. the first time. I have never been in trouble before. What do I do? Do I just represent myself?
I would suggest that you immediately seek the services of a public defender, and request that the 1st attorney return...
Can Amelia's Law be used for a suspended sentence for a first-time DUI offender in Tennessee?
I wanted some clarification on Amelia's Law as it pertains to suspended prosecutions for DUIs. I understand that according to the Tennessee Code Annotated Section 40-15-105 DUIs are prohibited from suspended prosecution. But, with the introduction of Amelia's Law in Tennessee Code Annotated, Section 40-15-105(a)(2), are suspended prosecution offered to first-time offenders of DUIs if they agree to the transdermal patch? I suppose I'm confused by the statement "...the defendant use a transdermal monitoring device or other alternative monitoring device if, in the opinion of the district attorney general, the defendant's use of alcohol or drugs was a contributing factor in the defendant's unlawful conduct" when the section before it states that DUIs are prohibited.
Asker, this is the kind of question that you need to direct to an attorney during an in-person consultation. I assume...
The breathalyzer errored. Is it worth challenging?
I'm a DUI first-time offender. When I blew in the breathalyzer the first time, it errored. The person administering it even said that he'd never seen it do that before. After that, I blew an additional two times. I was told by another officer at the impound that it wasn't worth fighting the results since they did it an additional two times. This might be on my video taken at the station, but I'm not sure if it has audio. Would this be worth investigating, and how would you investigate the validity of a breath test?
Fight it, contact a local DUI attorney as soon as possible.