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William C. Head

Atlanta DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. CAN A DUI CASE BE DROP IF THE ACCUSER COMPLIED TO ALL THE ROADSIDE AND BREATH TEST?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Evan A. Watson
    2. Allen Rust Knox
    3. Noah Howard Pines
    4. William C. Head
    5. Michael Jason Rhoades
    6. ···
    9 lawyer answers

    You did everything wrong. All field tests are OPTIONAL and voluntary. You should have DECLINED to do ANY evaluations or exercises at the roadside. You should have also NOT SAID ANYTHING, because you had the right to remain silent. By doing VOLUNTARY tests, that are DESIGNED TO FAIL, you walked right into a VALID arrest. You could have created a HIGHLY questionable arrest, had you remained silent and did NO roadside evaluations. I have added a link to my videos below. William C. Head...

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  2. How can i find out if i have a warrant out for my arrest in Georgia?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Allen Rust Knox
    2. William C. Head
    3. Noah Howard Pines
    4. Brett Ladd
    4 lawyer answers

    I will bet that you gave a warrant. I will also bet that your probation has been "tolled" or STOPPED until you are taken into custody to face the prior sentence. If you need our help, you can call our 24/7 number, give us additional information (court name, case number, date of sentencing, etc.) and --- for a nominal legal fee --- we can have our investigator get the full story on the situation. I suspect that you live outside of GA or you would have been snagged before now. William C....

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  3. Do I deserve a "Failure to maintain a lane" citation for my situation? read description

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. William C. Head
    2. David C. Barranco
    3. Lee William Fitzpatrick
    4. Bret A. Schnitzer
    5. Kevin Coluccio
    5 lawyer answers

    Get the car owner to write a letter to the judge saying that he/she did not want you to be cited, and to please dismiss the traffic ticket since all damages are settled and paid. You then go to court with that letter in hand. If the arresting officer is not there, ask the judge to dismiss the case for "want of prosecution". If the officer shows up and is going to pursue the case, go to the court prosecutor and show him/her the other driver's note. If you cannot get the case resolved --- by some...

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  4. I need to know if I have a case against a local grocery chain.

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. William C. Head
    2. David Alexander Browde
    2 lawyer answers

    You may very well have a claim. I know of a similar case in which a movie theatre chain that used off duty cops to "roust" teens from the entrances near the ticket counter had to pay a huge judgment, but that was based on "failure to train" the guards. Plus, the theatre chain went forth with a "loitering" prosecution against the young man, when no evidence existed to show any crime. A link to that case profile and the attorney Pete Law, is shown below. Here is Pete's summary of that case: $ 3,...

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  5. Georgia Probation Detention Centers

    Answered almost 6 years ago.

    1. James Wrixam McIlvaine
    2. William C. Head
    3. McCracken Poston
    4. Bert W. Cohen
    5. Sharon Elizabeth Chirichillo
    5 lawyer answers

    One other "warning". If your sentence starts with being detained at the county jail, then any days spent there, waiting for a bed at a facility is NOT credited toward the total sentence at the Probation Detention Center. Hence, the speed at which a slow-moving government agency acts determines how long you are out of commission (jailed). Your attorney should attempt to get you into the county "work alternative" (also called "work release") program UNTIL you are transported to the Probation...

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  6. My 16 year old was arrested and charged with dui of Marijuana and posession of marijuana. Should we hire an attorney?

    Answered about 5 years ago.

    1. William C. Head
    2. Debra Sarah White
    2 lawyer answers

    Yes, you should hire a top reated attorney. These charges could have long-term implications for your child. I suggest talking with this attorney, whom I know to be dedicated and dependable when it comes to criminal defense in Wyoming: R. Michael Vang 515 Ivinson Avenue Laramie, WY 82073 Phone: 307-745-7358 Fax: 307-745-7385

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  7. Lawyers going to be late to my 1st court date

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Daniel Ellis Rice
    2. William C. Head
    2 lawyer answers

    You can waste your time and appear but you should just go to work. One of the jobs good attorneys perform is SAVING your valuable time. Many court appearances are mere calendaring events and no substantive work is done.

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  8. Sentenced to Probation Detention Center but Sent to State Maximum Security Prison

    Answered almost 6 years ago.

    1. James Wrixam McIlvaine
    2. McCracken Poston
    3. William C. Head
    4. Bert W. Cohen
    4 lawyer answers

    The State of Georgia is operating most of its prison system with too few people and too little money. Plus, the assignment of bed space for citizens (and YES they are citizens) sent to either Probation Detention Centers or Probation Boot Camps is inadequate. The only thing that tends to cause change to occur is litigation asking that the people who have been negatively impacted be allowed to pursue a class action against the State of Georgia. Every time I see someone get a "more lenient"...

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  9. DUI Case Dismissed - How to get my license back

    Answered 17 days ago.

    1. William C. Head
    2. Lance Wayne Dunford
    3. Richard Glenn Salzman
    4. L. Vincent Ramunno
    4 lawyer answers

    First, get your official license status from the state of Florida by going on-line. Once you have that in hand, see if your license is merely expired or remains suspended. From there, you will likely be able to take the steps to get the license re-activated fairly quickly. The DPS has on-line phone service, to allow you to ask questions and get answers about reinstatement.

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  10. DUI offense when minor and now

    Answered almost 6 years ago.

    1. Nathan L Webb
    2. Travis S Jones
    3. Jonathan Dichter
    4. William C. Head
    4 lawyer answers

    You are likely to be impacted by a federal "compact" (a federally-enforced agrrement --- similar to a treaty between states) --- that requires extreme oversight and control of your ability to travel out of state when you are on probation for a SECOND DUI in your LIFETIME. See this web site: www.interstatecompact.org Start reading Rule 2.15 and read the next dozen rules or so. Regardless of fines, jail, community service hours and other state-imposed punishment, this probation oversight...

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