Your attorney would need a lot more information to provide an answer to this question.
Given your prior conviction, this offense carries with it a mandatory ten day jail sentence as well as a five year license revocation.
If you have not yet done so, I would advise you to retain experienced local counsel who is familiar with customs and practices of the local judges and prosecutors.
Yes you can and likely will be arrested at the airport if you do not resolve this issue. However, a lawyer may be able to resolve this issue without the need for you to come back to the US. Id recommend contacting a lawyer in the county where the offense allegedly took place to see what your options are.
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It is certainly a possibility. Whether the state agrees to reduce your charge will depend on a number of factors, including the reason for your stop, your appearance on video, your attitude with law enforcement, and the reliability of the Intoxilyzer machine. Another major factor the State will consider is the knowledge, skill and reputation of your DUI Defense lawyer. Is he certified to inspect the Intoxilyzer? Will he go to trial if need be? I would highly recommend hiring multiple DUI...
What is the name of the charge the individual is facing? "Willful killing" is not the name of a criminal offense in FL. Murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, etc. I would venture to guess the person is charged with attempted murder based upon what you have said. That is, an ATTEMPT to commit a murder that was unsuccessful. This is typically the case where the victim survives but the Defendant's actions were designed to result in a death and a death would have resulted but for the...
You should definitely consult with an experienced DUI defense attorney. If you blew over a .20, you only have 10 days to challenge the administrative suspension of your privilege to drive. Many attorneys will offer a free consultation to discuss your options.
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If you received a withhold then you were not convicted and answered the question properly. Whether or not the employer will "disqualify" you will vary from employer to employer. Obviously, if it comes down to you and another candidate who is equally qualified but the other candidate does not have any arrests, the employer may choose the other candidate because of your record. If you have never been convicted of any offense and never had any offense sealed or expunged, you should consider...