Normal and routine request ( though I am not a tax attorney) in many cases.
It does occur to me that if you believe the judge and the IRS are attempting an 'ambush' you are very likely in WAY over your head. I strongly recommend you hire an attorney immediately.
Don't be penny wise and pound foolish where the IRS is concerned.
FWIW, NJ doesn't deal with felonies and misdemeanors--they have criminal and non-criminal categories. DUI is non criminal (so my NJ attorney friends tell me) and their DUI stays on a drivers record forever.
Penalities for DUI in NJ are just as hard as elswhere in the country http://www.nj.gov/mvc/Violations/dui.htm
You are facing jail time.
Work witth your PD he or she knows far more about your options than we do based on your brief description.
Best of luck--no matter what, you are facing some challenges in the near future--your PD can help you.
want it cheaper? Use one of the many legal sites. Might be sufficient to pass muster in Virginia courts.
Want it valid, applicable to your situation and executed in accordane with your wishes? Hire a Virginia and do it right. There is MUCH more to be addressed than just a will--your tax situation, property ownership, plans for the future must be considered in order to ensure optimized results (by which I mean you don't overpay the state or federal governments or negatively impact your...
Chances of no record? Depends on what your attorney can do for you.
Your only smart option is to at least consult with a CA criminal defense attorney. A conviction could impact your employment options for decades.
Doubt anyone in LA was arrested for flirting.
Doubt that attempting to call 911 will work as a defense if you've solicited an undercover officer for sex.
Best option is to remove yourself from any situations in markets, on streets, or nightclubs where you're unable to help yourself.
US Constitution--none. It is not applicable to state highways laws. Additionally, the US Constitutions is specifically designed to address certain issues, issues left unaddressed are lef to the People/states to decide (see 10th Amendment--Bill of Rights.)
Your state Constitution likely has some provision regarding necessary and proper laws for public safety. Check it at http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?mode=constitution&submenu=3
If you are considering this as an argument...