There is no mandatory minimum associated with those charges, but there are other serious repercussions for being convicted of a felony. You need to consult with a criminal defense attorney in your area immediately as these are serious charges. Good luck.
His jail exposure is the same as it was on the underlying original charge. He needs to consult with an attorney immediately to begin attempting to work with a treatment facility to find an available spot. Please give me a call to discuss the matter at 813 830 2261. My firm offers free case consultations in these matters. Good luck.
First and foremost, you will likely not have the opportunity to speak with the Judge. During the overwhelming majority of court appearances, a criminal defense does not have the opportunity to speak with the Judge; rather it is simply to make sure the case is proceeding forward.
Secondly, any statements you make to the Judge can and will be used against you later in the criminal prosecution. Most importantly, an assistant state attorney will be standing by waiting for you to make such...
Most likely the charges will not be dropped in that situation. These matters may lead to the suppression of evidence, but if there is other evidence the State will not drop the charges. I would strongly recommend you retain a criminal defense attorney to assist you in the matter. My firm is located in Tampa and handles matters in your area. Our office number is 813 830 2261. We offer free case consultations. Good luck.
It could, but it more than likely means other things. You need to really immediately retain a criminal defense attorney. My firm offers free case consultations in these matters and is open on Saturdays. Good luck.
I would imagine you mean .12 because I would imagine 1.2, he would likely be in a coma. He needs to hire a criminal defense attorney immediately because he only has ten days to contact DHSMV. My firm offers free case consultations in these matters and has handled many, many DUIs similar your brother in law's situation. My cell phone number is 813-830-2261. Good luck.
Yes, you absolutely could be charged with DUI. Now whether you have a strong case for suppressing the results of the blood draw, that is a different question. You need to immediately retain a criminal defense attorney to begin working on this matter, but also to ensure you begin the administrative process with the DHSMV. Good luck.