You need to speak with a criminal defense attorney immediately.
Additionally, I would strongly recommend you stop posting details about your case in public forums, like Avvo. If the prosecutor or police are able to identify you based on this post, your post could be used against you.
Good luck with your case.
Yes it can It will be the primary evidence against you. They will also argue consciousness of guilt regarding the refusal to attempt to show your normal faculties were impaired. My firm handles these matters and offers free case consultations. Have a good rest of the weekend.
It is impossible to estimate your sentence or changes of being reinstated without more information. I would strongly recommend you not post such details in a public forum, like Avvo. You need to immediately retain a criminal defense attorney. Good luck.
First and foremost, it is worth repeating that the accuser or alleged victim does not drop charges, rather the State Attorney's Office makes the decision to bring or drop charges. In theory, the State Attorney's Office could continue to go forward without the victim or accuser, but this would make their situation far more difficult generally.
The Notice of Brady Evidence is generally a good thing. It means the State Attorney's Office is notifying you of evidence that is exculpatory or...
Obviously you need to retain an attorney quickly. Whether or not the case will get reduced will depend on the specific facts of your case, I would recommend you sit down with several attorneys to discuss the issue As to the cost, it really depends. Some attorneys factor trial costs into the fee, some factor costs into the fee, so it really depends.
Yes, this is approximately double the legal limit. You need to immediately consult with a criminal defense attorney. You only have ten days to attempt to prevent the DHSMV from suspending your license. My firm offers free case consultations regarding cases in your area. Good luck.
It really depends on the attorney. Give me a call on my cell phone at 813 830 2261. My firm will work with you on a payment plan. We offer free case consultations in these cases. Look forward to hearing from you.