He got charged with serious charges and he does have a bad federal record but has completely turned his life around. So the charges that got him locked up were dropped but now they charged him with possession and tried habitual felon. His court ap...
Talk to the appointed attorney. S/he would be in the best position to answer the inquiry.See question
First offense DWI 22 y.o. female, no accident or other charges. I blew 0.19. Can I go to treatment for alcohol/depression? Can I get my court date changed?
Retain an attorney. While treatment is a good thing, little else will evoke the ire if a judge than the perception s/he is being played.See question
He was arrested on charges from 2012 that he had no way of commiting. I was just wondering if they now have longer to come get him now that they have a governors warrant. I was told that they can't release him period. I was also told that they sti...
That is an extraordinarily complex area law that requires careful consideration of the record and background materials. In many instances there will be pressure to voluntarily waive extradition. That may or may not be an appropriate manner in which to proceed.
Retain counsel immediately. Chuck Alexander is an excellent attorney in Winston-Salem North Carolina. Please say hello if you talk to him.See question
22 y.o. female DWI, blew 0.19. I was pulled on the interstate for going in circles (off ramp, on ramp, etc), no swerving or speeding or anything dangerous. I got 2 speeding tickets a couple years ago, nothing else. How long will I be without my...
Those are a series of complicated factors. A normal conviction of driving while impaired carries with it a burdensome license suspension. The reading as presented would cause an additional period of revocation or suspension and would further require the installation of an ignition interlock device.
It would be best to speak with an experienced attorney about the individual aspects of the case. Good inquiry though.See question
I took a breath test and blew a .05. There is nothing only my ticket about my BAC. Only that i had alcohol in my system while operating a motor vehicle under the age of 21.
Retain an attorney. Although different than an DWI, a violation of NCGS 20-138.3 often has many of the same results of an DWI.See question
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The prior history probably has less to don with plea than factual basis. BOTH charges are very serious. Talk to an attorney immediately.See question
2 DUI offense;01/2010 & 7/2010 Convicted of 7/2010 in 08/2012; Revocation order has run full term(1 year) 2012-2013; Now late 2014, 01/2010 offense is back in court. Assuming I get convicted of 01/2010 based on G.S. 20-19 (c1) they would revoke my...
GREAT question but too complex for short response. An experienced attorney will need to ask questions and take a look at the official NCDL record.See question
i was stopped by police while on my way to pick up pizza approx 2 miles away. the officer pulled me but i was not told why. the officer asked if i had been drinking i responded "yes. i had 1 glass of wine 45 mins ago and 1/2 a glass 15 mins ago. ...
The AlcoSensor does in fact give a numerical reading. Many don't realize there is a "setting" on the device that shows only "POS" or "NEG."
The issue of admissibility is different from functionality. An officer is not technically required to show a result.
As to the rear facing camera, the ones that can be turned show primarily the interior of the vehicle.See question
I was charged with misdemeanor larceny and it has been dismissed and expunged.
That's an excellent question.
Any state record clearly would be wiped with an expunction. There remains some controversy as to whether the federal government recognizes the Order. The NCIC is a federally maintained database.
Makes sense to speak with an experienced attorney.See question