You really need an attorney to help you with your DWI case. I am not saying that you cannot recognize an easy case from a hard one, but we as criminal defense attorneys see it all the time--and they are usually wrong. If the officer had to get a warrant to get your blood, it is generally because you refused to do so voluntarily. Since the police officer testified at the ALR hearing that you refused, you can bet that they will be testifying in court to this same thing. And, yes, they are quite...
In giving your phone number, you have done several things that are not helpful to you: 1) you have identified who you are connected with this case, and 2) you will not get a call from an attorney from this forum. You can contact attorneys you are interested in based on their profile, again through AVVO, and they can then contact you back. Do that now so one of us can help you!
Ms. Brown is correct. You have the right idea in seeking help from AVVO on this forum. You can do a search for attorneys in those specific areas of Texas to find an attorney that is a fit for you and your needs. Take advantage of free consultations, if offered, and good luck.
Many times, certain licensing agencies require minimum waiting periods after criminal before granting a license--each one is different. One thing I notice is the way you phrase your question makes it appear that you did not disclose to the potential employer that you had a criminal conviction? If there was a question concerning this on your employment application, it is important if you ever hope to be licensed, that you directly address this.
The simple answer is most likely, yes. No real rocket science here; just that a criminal defense attorney will have the experience, legal knowledge, and knowledge of the process to make it go as smoothly as possible. Many times, if you attempt to go it alone, you can run into all kinds of speed bumps along the way--such as you appear to be experiencing here. Why do that? Get an attorney as soon as yo can in the process and let them help you. That is what we are here for.
It is possible, but likely only if the prosecutor thinks its too much of a problem to deal with. You don't say how incorrect the license plate was, but if there was simply a one-digit typo, for example, I wouldn't count on it. Remember the officer could still testify to the stop at a trial and could easily explain how they transposed a letter or number of the license plate number. Just because the officer made a simple error on your citation does not necessarily give you a free pass on the...
Many criminal defense lawyers, such as myself are willing to offer free consultations concerning your legal needs. Take advantage of them now and you can be prepared should any charges be filed against you.
Resisting arrest can get ugly depending on the facts--of which we have almost none in this case. You can be facing up to a year in jail and other consequences that could keep you under the justice system for several years. This can be the case regardless of your being a first time offender. The good news is that a criminal defense attorney can help to minimize any or all of these potential results. I do encourage you to contact a criminal defense attorney quickly, so they can work in your behalf.