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Would you still get in trouble if wanting to retract statement due to being intoxicated, over emotional, and really confused on term of events that happened? But never intentionally lied about anything?
I practice law in Arizona. Here, I would certainly loom into whether your statements were voluntarily given. But just...
Does it change state to state
DUI, or driving under the influence can vary from DWI, which is driving while intoxicated. While interchangeable in...
My husband has been arrested for DUI and driving with a suspended license. What's his chances and lawyer fees
My husband was arrested for DUI and driving with a suspended license. He needs an attorney,what the fee estimates and defense options or chances.
Asking what his chances are is the equivalent of calling a doctor, tell him what your temperature is and asking him...
had a party with a care accident and underage drinking
You need an attorney. Call me tomorrow
Is it always better to have a lawyer for a moving violation? I am in risk of suspension and need a nollie.
I recently asked about hiring a lawyer for a cell phone ticket (a moving violation) that could cause me to lose my license for 30 days. The only way I will not lose my license is if the charge is dropped to a non moving violation or nollied. A local lawyer that does a high volume of cases for low cost told me not to waste my money on representation because this court was no longer accepting donations for nollies.This means I can try to bargain for a non moving violation or play hard ball and take it to trial. I got a 2nd opinion;however, she is very pricy and not promising anything besides trying for donation and taking it to trial. Is the 2nd opinion worth hiring or is she just trying to get my business? Do you always have a better chance with a lawyer?
I do believe it is always better to have a lawyer--unless you possess the exact same skill set as an experienced...
I was driving drunk, impaired, crashed the car. Police arrived and had the car towed, handcuffed me to hospital. At the scene they took a breath test. I was subconscious, but had crashed the car before police arrived. I rested in the hospital overnight, no blood drawn, released in the morning. Got my car released from tow company to my insurance company. Searched the car, did not find any citation there. Now I am puzzled what is going to happen next?
Well it will depend on what the breath test showed at this stage and it does not sound like you know that answer. It...
I got a 500 dollar fine 100 hrs community service and had to go to some classes.
You need to consult with a lawyer that practices administrative law in CT. An administrative lawyer would know the answer.
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