A 3rd DWI within 10 years of a first is a serious offense. It is a gross misdemeanor and is punishable by up to 1 year in jail and a 43000 fine as well as carrying a lengthy license revocation period. You should retain experienced counsel.
Certainly, entering treatment would allow for greater negotiation on potential sentences. However, you should not dismiss the fact that you may have defenses. that is particularly true in light of a recent Supreme Court ruling regarding testing in DWI...
It would appear there may be several defenses, particularly in the wake of recent cases. Your case must be reviewed in depth, including a review of all police reports, to determine how to effectively challenge the compelled breath test and /or defend against the charges. You must retain experienced legal counsel.
Maury D. Beaulier
Attorney at Law
I am not sure what your question may be. Each country has its own laws regarding immigration and what they will allow.
If you are on active probation where you must check in with a probation officer, relocating without modifying your conditions will likely result in a violation of probation and a warrant for your arrest.
It can be used in most cases.
Many people believe that they must be read miranda rights when arrested. That is not true. Miranda rights only need be read when two circumstances are present - (1) the person is in custody; and (2) an interrogation occurs. You can be interrogated without being custody and you can be in custody without being interrogated. In your case, it was the latter. You were in custody, but you were not interrogated.
"Custody" is defined by case law to be whenever a...
First, if this is a first offenseit was charged as a fourth degree offense. This is still serious as a misdemeanor and carries with it maximum criminal penalties of up to 90 days in jail and a $1000 fine. If convicted any subsequent DWI offense would be much more serious and with four offenses in ten years, you can be charged with a felony. As a result, as strong defense on the first alleged incident can be critical to your future. Different Judges give different sentences. Accordingly,...
It is not illegal and would not support a criminal charge. However, a parent can determine who their child has contact with. If they request that no contact occur and it continues, they maybe able to file a harassment restraining order.
Much more would have to be known about the situation including what the alleged four and stuff substance may have been. If she believes that he put the harmful dangerous substance in her food or beverage, she should contact the police. If they can substantiate the claim, they may forwarded to A Prosecutor for criminal charges. She may also wish to seek assistance of an attorney and file for a restraining order.