You could and should fight this case in trial. 100% of the people that plead guilty are found guilty. The number goes down to less than 50% at trial. You may have a great defense and never know it because you are not a trained, experienced DWI Lawyer.
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Contact a local lawyer to help you with this. I don't believe you understand what the SOL means. As long as the charges apply, the SOL does not apply. So it does not matter how much time as passed, so long as the charges were filed within the SOL.
Hire a local lawyer to help you with this and get these cleared up. The next letter you get will be the one that suspends your license for failure to pay your traffic fines.
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Hire a good lawyer in DC. They cannot prevent her from returning home for a misdemeanor charge, but she will need to report to some sort of pretrial services or bonding company. Great DUI Lawyer in Washington is Lenny Stamm.
Alcohol does not show up in a follicle test. If someone has left the state while on probation and it can be proven by a preponderance of the evidence, then that is a violation and the person can be sentenced to the full term of the sentence.
The suspension will begin on the 41st day after the date of refusal or breath test over the limit, unless you have requested a hearing from DPS. You will receive the notice of suspension form DPS shortly after the 41st day, if no hearing requested.
Possibly. It depends on if any ype of warrant or capias has been issued. If so, then it may be reported to the State Department and your application will be refused and you will be informed of the problem from the State Department.
You need to hire a qualified personal injury lawyer immediately. Whether or not the responsible party is deceased, his estate may liable and unless you assert a timely claim, you will be waiving your right to sue for damages. Every moment that you delay is more time for evidence to be lost and assets to be removed from the responsible person's estate. Worker's comp will end and how do you know if you are getting a fair amount. It may also preclude any recovery later. There are a lot of issues...
No. Expunction is not available for a felony conviction. Successful probation completion is irrelevant and there is no deferred for DWI, in Texas. If you were placed on probation, after 1982 for a DWI, it is a final conviction and not expungable. The only way to get it cleared from your record is to obtain a pardon from the Governor of the State of Texas.
Don't you think the officer is stopped there for a reason? He already knows what the speed limit is and doesn't need to have it "in sight". He only needs you to speed in his presence or within his view to stop you.
The dealership is absolutely liable for fraud in selling you a damaged vehicle UNLESS you accepted it in an "as is" condition. If they indicated through oral or written means that the car was in fact never involved in an accident or was "good as new", then you have a cause of action against them. However, read over all of your purchase documents very carefully to ensure that they did not insert the "as is" language unbeknownst to you. Hire a qualified attorney in your area and don't let them...