There is always error in breath testing by at least .01, to .02, and if you are still in the absorptive state, the accuracy is lower, so you have a good case, and at minimum if you cannot afford trial should be reduced.
You should contact jack Noonan who is in that area. Remember, you must be off probation to make this request, and an attorney may be able to get your probation reduced for a hardship under certain circumstances. Speak privately with the attorney because this does not hide everything to everyone including government agencies.
Yes she can be charged. Being convicted is another problem. Your friend should immediately consult a local attorney and not answer questions of the police without the attorney present. I would suggest she copies of all the receipts for purchases she made for the person was trying to help, but have her lawyer help her with that.
Normally, if you go to court without insurance there is high fine. However, if you obtain the insurance before you go to court, they reduce the fine dramatically. Having a prior DUI has nothing to do with not having insurance.
your question is not clear. Are you asking if a lawyer has only handled four 288 cases, and will that be a problem for you? If that is your question, it will depend on the lawyer. Some lawyers have great result on the first case they handle, and some do the same thing over and over without ever getting a good result. You have to have confidence in the lawyer you hire.
Get in touch with a lawyer immediately. Get a copy of any changes you made with your insurance, don't wait do it now, make several copies, and if you did not receive any notice from your DMV in your State, your lawyer should be able to explain the error. Additionally, get your SR22 reinstated to help the lawyer help you show the misunderstanding.
Are you saying he was not licensed at the time he represented you? If so, you can hire a lawyer to show that you were not properly represented by a lawyer and ask the court to set aside your plea based off the recommendation of a person acting as a lawyer who was not. On the other hand, if he was disbarred after your plea, and was licensed when he handled your case the plea should stand. You should immediately seek a lawyer in your area for a personal consultation.
NO!!!! The Government will attempt to report your blood back in time by using something called "Retrograde Extrapolation". However, this is a bogus form us science. The leading Toxicologist, Dr. Kurt M. Dubowski, Dr. A.W. Jones, and Dr. Stefan Rose have all written on this improper method of determining your previous blood level. Additionally, any good toxicologist will help your lawyer defuse this by using a first year chemistry formula known as Fick's Law of Diffusion showing the cells...
First, you can expunge your record but that only applies to private employers not the government or a government employer, so if you go for job interview with a government agency, you must disclose it. Second, with regard to the DUI, you don't give enough facts. What was your BAC? Was it blood or breath? If the 2 days of jail was dropped, the attorney saved you 16 hours of picking up trash and you pay for that. If you wanted to go to trial, then you should have paid the attorney for trial,...