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incident was march 9, 2015, I had a suspended license. I also crashed my vehicle. I was detained for 72 hours then released with my license and a temporary driving permit.
A simple internet search indicates that the SOL is 6 years. You have actually asked the wrong question. Go see a local...
14yrs. ago mis: dui classes, charges paid. 2015 2nd mis dui what charges fines can my car besiege? Is a lawyer needed?
Past assault charged, two domestic violence charges. Probation over five yrs ago completed 1st time. 1 year 2nd probation served completed just under two moths ago classes, fines paid.
I am not a MI lawyer and cannot comment on matters of MI law or procedure but, I can tell you that in Florida, where I...
Can I get charged with an OWI if the cops never pulled me over?
Was on my way home when some lady started riding our bumper we brake checked her a couple times but she kept at it we went to go make a left turn and she pulled in front of our car almost causing an accident and started screaming at us about a brake light going out while cursing we pulled into a friends drive way to inspect the car when all the sudden the lady pulled in behind us screaming at us saying shes calling her friends that are cops. I was out side of the car when the cops showed up and they immediately started asking questions about drinking that's when they made me blow and arrested me for owi.
Yes you can be. And you were. Even if you had a loophole (doesn't appear you do) you could at least be charged with...
Was arrested for drunk and disorderly and MIP in MI. also got fake IDs taken away
I am mostly worried about the fake ID part. I have an attorney but what is most likely going to happen regarding the fake IDs?
If you have a lawyer, he or she would be in the best position to assess your situation, consider the facts of your case...
For what reasons may an officer rightfully and lawfully pull over a vehicle? Is mere suspicion of DUI a legal reason?
Is a Washtenaw county deputy allowed to pull over a vehicle because he or she merely suspects the driver to be drunk? Or does the driver of the vehicle have to commit a traffic violation? I was in the left turn lane at an empty intersection at night and I didn't know where I was. So I decided to turn on my gps. As I did this the light turned to a green arrow. It is my understanding that one isn't obligated to proceed through a green arrow unless they believe it's safe, or they are obstructing traffic. There were no other cars in sight, and I didn't feel safe proceeding, so I sat through the green light. I was pulled over because I sat through the light. What are the laws that a deputy must follow in order to rightfully and lawfully pull over a vehicle? Is what I did illegal?
Cops can pull over people for any reasonable suspicion. Sitting at a green light is one of those.
I am looking to get my license back in Michigan after losing it to a DUI 7 1/2 years ago when I was 21.
I finished all my requirements for my 2 year probation including all payments during that time. I don't drink and I don't do drugs but I also don't attend AA. Being a student in debt, and a mother to one I can't afford a lawyer to represent me. I live out of state, I have the paperwork to fill out and send back to them but I will not have attended AA since the required 2 years mean they won't take my sobriety seriously? Is there a way to get advice on how to write a professional letter to the judge?
There is some serious confusion going on here and you need to get some direction. If your license was revoked by the...
I wasn't giving a ticket for drunk driving but he took my license and jailed, reported to secretary of state for refusal blow
can they still charge me for drunk driving 2, and for refusal to blow but they took blood, they told my friends that they were releasing without bail, but now my license is suspended and my plate is taken. I was giving my rights or a tickett
Absolutely. In fact it is normal for blood draw cases for them to charge you much later, often times several months....