Your daughter can contact the prosecuting attorney's office regarding restitution. There are also resources available through the Crimes Victims' Compensation Fund.
She may also have a civil action against the driver and/or the establishment that may have over served him/her.
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First, do not reveal the facts of your case in this forum because your statements can be used against you in your prosecution. These are complex issues, but yes they can look back to the time you were driving. It's called retrograde extrapolation. Blood results have to be sent to a lab for testing so there can be some delay. I don't know how you can be sure that the result will come under .08, but even if it does you can still be charged with DWI.
You best course of action is to find a...
You need an attorney right away. You have a lot of legal issues and possible consequences you will need an experienced attorney to advise you on. As my colleagues have said, please do not reveal the facts of your case in this forum.
You will need to contact an immigration attorney regarding that specific issue in addition to a criminal defense attorney for the criminal charges. I have added tags so that your question will be seen by immigration attorneys.
You should definitely contact an attorney. In these cases an attorney can appear for you at most preliminary settings. An attorney can help you work towards a dismissal so that you will be eligible to petition for an expunction of the arrest records.
You probably will not need an SR22 just because of this new citation. If you do, it would be as a result of some other issue. You can check your DL status at the DPS website.
You will want to make sure you have current insurance before going to court. If your insurance lapsed for a short period of time, I would bring proof of that as well.
You will likely be able to do a deferred disposition in this kind of case if you wish. Make sure to bring all the proof I mentioned.
Probably not. Suspensions for being a "habitual violator" require convictions for 4 moving violations within 12 months or 7 convictions for moving violations within 24 months. And even if you have that many convictions DPS is required to give you notice of the suspension by mail at your address on record and give you an opportunity to request a hearing on the suspension issue.
There are lots of other ways that you could get a suspension on your license, so I can't say for sure without...
Mr. Jones is correct. You should not share information like this publicly because it is not privileged as a private consultation with an attorney would be.
Without more information it's hard to determine the likelihood of any criminal charges. There may not be sufficient evidence to even charge you, but only an attorney familiar with the facts of this situation could tell you. Call an attorney for a short consultation and consider hiring them if needed.
And as Mr. Jones noted do not...