If asked then feel free to say no. If ordered to do so--like during a traffic stop--then you must show your license with your picture on it. There is a civil statue that requires this. You must show your insurance card and registration too upon demand.
It is a bit more involved than that. That helps but there is more to it. Your attorney should be in contact with her and have her sign a sworn statement. That will also help. This is a process and many times the state will pick up the charge anyway. There are many factors including your prior record or lack of prior record, independent witnesses, pictures, any 911 call, the judge, your prosecutor, your lawyer, etc. Every domestic violence case is different. Good luck.
It depends on why you violated but you are not limited to the 60 days in jail. You could do up to 5 years if it is a 3rd degree felony but just as important is whether they will make you a convicted felon for the rest of your life. Good luck!
Probably not but your main goal is to resolve this case without being convicted so that one day you can clear your record. Because of your lack of prior record you have several options. Call me if you would like to discuss your case. Good luck.
Sorry to hear about your story. Call your local State Attorneys Office and ask to speak with a victim advocate. Ask them about the victim's compensation fund too see if you qualify. www.BryceFetter.com
Sounds like you may have Judge Gail Adams out at the jail. She is great. I don't know if she will be the VOP judge next year. You are still eligible for early termination. If she is your judge you will probably be okay. A different judge may be a different story. Good luck. www.BryceFetter.com
That won't happen. Your simple DUI is a lessor included offense of the DUI with property damage/personal injury. You can be convicted of one or the other but not both. You can be convicted of multiple DUI's if you hit multiple cars but that is not what happened here. You need to hire a good DUI attorney and try to avoid a DUI conviction altogether as you are not allowed a hardship license with two DUI convictions. Good luck. www.BryceFetter.com
Assault and battery are different charges in Florida. 90 days if you were arrested and generally two years for battery and one year for simple assault if you were not arrested. The time frames can be greater if you are out of state. Injuries are not required for either charge. www.BryceFetter.com