The answer is yes you can use the 911 call in your defense. However there are several steps you need to accomplish before that happens.
First you need to List the 911 call as evidence to the prosecutor.
Second you need to subpoena the witness i.e. the 911 call operator or the custodian of records who maintains those calls in your jurisdiction.
With the trial being close in time you need to do this quickly.
Once the 911 call comes into evidence your attorney has the ability to comment on his...
You need to contact an experienced DUI defense attorney in Mass.
They would be best positioned to see if there are some legal arguments that can be raised or if they can assist you in resolving this old case.
You will get credit for all your previous time served even if it was for a partial day.
Booked in at 11:43 pm bonded out at 3:05 am is 2 days credit.
Additionally if you work ( think kitchen, laundry etc you get additional time off plus what's called your "good and gain" time. Best guess on 80 days is somewhere between 55-70 days.
First of all you need to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you with your new violation of probation.
The court has several options those could include additional jail time plus additional conditions of the remaining probation.
Find you in wilful violation and sentence you to State prison.
Not at all downplaying a positive urine screen but if that is the sole basis of your violation as opposed to a new criminal charge there may be some room to negotiate something that...
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What is the underlying charge you were placed on probation probation for including the sentence.
What was the basis of your violation.
What conditions have you completed which are outstanding.
How far in months or years have you gotten your probationary term.
The first thing you need to do is to go down to the clerks office in the county where they claim you were arrested or charged and get a good copy of your record. Many times disorderly conduct cases begin with a notice to appear or it could've been a misdemeanor that was filed with the state attorneys office which received no notice of. In order to fully understand the Genesis of this case however you need to go to the clerk's office to get an accurate history of the charge.