Wayne Allen Fowler’s Answers

Wayne Allen Fowler

Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. What are the protocols or standards for violating federal parole. What happens if the individual has 3 separate incidents?

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Michael J. Morris
    2. Wayne Allen Fowler
    3. Stephen F Wallace
    3 lawyer answers

    Typically, violating the conditions of parole in the federal system (a.k.a. supervised release) can result in revocation and a trip back to jail. Some violations result in an automatic revocation. I'm guessing that would not apply here considering three separate incidents, but just so that you are aware that the process can be very short when certain violations are involved. After the violations are reported to the court, a revocation hearing is scheduled. The parolee can be represented by an...

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  2. They pulled me over driving a truck that belonged to the passenger on the passenger side they found 4 grams.crystal like subst

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Jessica Casenave Skinner
    2. Wayne Allen Fowler
    3. Derrick Adam Elliott
    4. Dean George Tsourakis
    4 lawyer answers

    Who can they charge? They can charge everyone in the vehicle. What would the charge be? For you, based on these facts, likely possession. Prosecutors may even tack on other charges that you may not even expect--there are various reasons for this. What you need to do now is to contact a good criminal defense attorney who can give you a free consultation and can tell you what your options are. Do not wait for charges to be filed. Do it now.

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  3. Poss CS PG1>=4G<200G with a $30,000 surety bond. What does that mean?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. J. Bradley Nance
    2. Wayne Allen Fowler
    3. Evan Edward Pierce-Jones
    3 lawyer answers

    Possession of a controlled substance Penalty Group 1, greater than 4 grams but less than 200 grams. Your bond is set at $30,000.

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  4. If I get arrest for 2 simple traffic warrants, will it affect my background check for law enforcement job later on?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Wayne Allen Fowler
    2. Patrick Joseph Casey
    2 lawyer answers

    Please refer to your duplicate post for a detailed response to your question.

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  5. Is it possible to change a no contest plea to a not guilty plea for a class c assault by contact family violence-Ellis County TX

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Rogelio Garcia
    2. Wayne Allen Fowler
    3. Anthony Michael Solis
    3 lawyer answers

    It is possible, but you will want an attorney to represent you in the matter. Your attorney will be able to move to withdraw your no contest plea and enter a not guilty plea. This must be done quickly and the unfortunate part is that there is a chance that the judge will not allow you to change your plea, but in contrast there is absolutely no chance you can change your plea, if you don't act in time.

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  6. I have 2 prior possession of marijuana class b misdemeanor charges and facing a third one which I am currently going to court

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Dustan Orlando Neyland
    2. Wayne Allen Fowler
    3. Erick Masten Platten
    3 lawyer answers

    The short answer is "no." The three strike rule does not apply in misdemeanor cases, if that is really your concern (it can be a concern of your prior convictions were felonies). If you are convicted on your third Class B misdemeanor possession charge, what happens is that a minimum sentence becomes an issue--in this case, 30 days in jail. You don't mention whether or not you are being represented by an attorney, but if you get one, it would be possible to for them to negotiate a deal that...

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  7. I was arrested for DWI in Texas and I was subsequently ACQUITTED of the DWI. How can I expedite the reinstatement of my license?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Gene Raymond Beaty
    2. Susan E. Anderson
    3. Wayne Allen Fowler
    3 lawyer answers

    Expedited? Unfortunately, no. And also "no" on going through Garland DPS. As Mr. Beaty pointed out, Austin is the place to go to accomplish what you are trying to do.

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  8. Does Collin County drug test for a DWI and youre under 21?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Gene Raymond Beaty
    2. Wayne Allen Fowler
    3. Erick Masten Platten
    3 lawyer answers

    The simple answer is...possibly. As a condition of your probation you likely had to agree that you would submit to random drug and alcohol testing. You didn't mention whether this was your first DWI, or whether you have ever used illicit drugs. This is relevant to your "chance" of being tested. If your answer to the previous query is yes, then the possibility of random drug testing will likely be greater than if the answer is no. Make no mistake, however, that the possibility still exists in...

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  9. Is there any way to withdraw a police statement of it incriminate's you

    Answered 5 months ago.

    1. Rixon Charles Rafter III
    2. JaPaula C Kemp
    3. Wayne Allen Fowler
    3 lawyer answers

    Not by simply asking the police if they would be so kind as to hand it over to you and pretend you were never there. You definitely need an attorney. Your attorney has several options available to them and they will discuss them with you.

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  10. Do I have a right to compensation for extensive damage to my vehicle caused by a car wash?

    Answered 5 months ago.

    1. Gary L. Harrison
    2. Wayne Allen Fowler
    2 lawyer answers

    A sign that says that you assume the risk for all damage that may occur, does not mean that you in fact do assume that risk. You go to a call wash to have your car...well...washed, not dismantled. Contact an attorney to better determine your rights.

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