Is some intances yes, in most NO. However, most judges will listen to victims in cases where they do not want their images on the news or in the paper. Specially if there is some kind of violence or sexual nature to the charges. Its up to the judge what he lets go on in his or her courtroom. Howeever, once he you are outside in public, there is not alot you can do!
You would need more facts to be certian, but law enforcemt usually does not stop at gates when they are looking for somone. A locked door should stop them, but not a gate as long as they did not just walk into your home.
Maybee..if you have not had those records sealed and they find that you were arrested twice even though not convicted they could just move on to the next applicant. you should check into getting your records sealed!
Its a form of probation. YOu will have to go to a theft class and do some community service hours. Once completed the charges will be dismissed. One year after that you should have some one file a motion to have your arrest record sealed.
Please note that I am only licensed in State of Florida and this is for general information purposes only. The first thing I would do is contact my own car insurance company and let the know what happened. Normaly you should have coverage there for any actions in other vehicle that you are in. You can also check with your agent that sold you your policy for your own personal car.
They do it bc they can. Slo they know that the lowly drug addict will flip on the dealer in front of them or the buyers behind them bc they have to get out of joil quick to get their next fix. Its battle of the weak against the strong...most frug dealers that really do it for a living do not use that drug for recreational use. They make the money and know to keep their mouth shut, so the addict are perfect patsies to run a scam on. Way of the world...unfortunatly.
I do not think so. However, I would call my office and ask for me for a free consultation. .
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Althogh I am not very familuar with TN law, I do believe it will be left to the launguage in the insurance policies of not only your coverage but also the at fault party. I would look at your policy first and then havce your insurance company look into the coverages of the other at fault diver.
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Please note that I am only licensed in State of Florida and this is for general information purposes only. But to answer your question, yes. You can be sued as the driver for negligent operation. The owners will be sued as well for allowing you to drive the truck in a negligent fashion.