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If an incident report states that an Alco-sensor test registered .191, should there be a copy of that test as proof?
My husband got charged with open container in a vehicle, and disorderly conduct. He had just drank half a quart of beer sitting in his car. They didn't charge him with dui or public drunk, although the report says he was in a state of drunkenness. They took him to jail and he had to stay overnight. It seems if he registered that high, they would have charged the more serious offenses. There is no copy of the test with the report, it seems to me they added that to make him appear even worse. The disorderly conduct is for looking at a woman through a monocular, which he didn't know was illegal.
Alco Sensor (or preliminary breath tests) do not print a result. They are a screening device. In fact, the numeric...
What is a dui less safe mean
I got pulled over and gave a less safe dui and 86 in 70 ticket and I was took to jail so what can I be excepting out of all of this. This is the first time I have ever seen to jail and I haven't ever been in trouble with the law
Call me for a free consultation and to discuss your case at 404-985-9772. DUI less safe is charged when either (a)...
Can I get my charge for Underage Drinking thrown out if I only had one drink?
My boyfriend had bought alcohol (he is 21) and my ex (19) and my best friend (17) was with us. I'm only 17. My boyfriend ended up getting plastered and having sex with my best friend and got mad at me because i wouldn't have a 3 some with them. He ended up beating me. On the police report it says that i through the first punch and i started the fight when it DID NOT happen that way. He was chocking, punching and slapping me around. Is there anyway i can get this dropped? I only had one drink. Got charged with Underage Drinking and Disorderly Conduct. Also the cops didn't read any of us OUR RIGHTS or BREATHALYZE us
Consult and hire an experienced lawyer. He or she should be able to help get the case dismissed.
Can you get a pouring permit in the city of Alpharetta with one dui charge?
I was charged with a dui and just recieved a job serving in Alpharetta. I know the laws are a lot stricter on receiving your pouring permit and I can't find any information online that says what can deny you from getting one. I have no other charges and was wondering if the dui will not allow me to get a pouring permit.
I did a very quick search and it looks like you will not have an issue with a DUI. However, I would recommend that you...
How do I take a DUI course in Georgia for an offense that happened in North Carolina?
I was convicted of a first time DUI in NC. I moved to GA before I completed the adets course. Am I able to do an assessment and take a course here in Georgia that will be acceptable in NC so I can get a Georgia license? Thanks for helping!!!
That would be determined by North Carolina law and regulations. You would need to contact the DMV in North Carolina to...
How many attorneys Know this ???. JUNK SCIENCE: GOVERNMENT TESTS FOR DRUNK DRIVING
Criminal falsification of test results by police are routine. One attorney discovered his client's alleged 0.22% BAC was the same exact score that 20 other DWI arrestees had been accused of in a row. There is no way this "coincidence" could have been unnoticed by police.Oftentimes, a government officer will require the citizen to submit to several BAC tests. The government officer might then keep the highest reading and destroy all evidence of the lower readings. Or if all the readings are low, it is perhaps in the government's interest to destroy that evidence ("negligently misplace" it). Use of an alcohol swab before inserting the needle will give a false BAT result. It is more difficult for the government to keep track of the chain of evidence when blood is drawn at a hospital. There are differences in venous blood and arterial blood, depending on time from the last drink. The hospital will probably require a citizen to sign a waiver of legal liability before drawing blood (of course you can still sue if something goes very wrong).
Nothing shocking here. Do you have a question about a case?
Do you have to get new naturalization papers if your original papers are not damaged in any way?
My Italian mother has been a naturalized citizen for almost 60 years. Last year, due to some change in the law, the state would not renew her driver's license because she didn't have an "A" number assigned to her name. Apparently, when you apply for citizenship now, an "A" number is assigned to you. There were no "A" numbers in the 1950's. After 8 months of forms and red tape, she got an "A" number and was able to renew her license. Now they want her to get new naturalization papers and are saying that her current papers are no good. Does she have to comply?
I would not recommend not complying and waiting to see what results.