Legal Advice for DUI Court — 47 results
Written by attorney Martin Judnich, 8 months ago.
People often have many questions after being arrested for a DUI for the first time. One of the most important questions is what to do and what not to do during your first court appearance... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Paul, 9 months ago.
When charged with drunk driving in Livonia, the judge will set certain bond conditions, which will most likely involve alcohol and drug testing. Proactive Alcohol & Drug Testing - 16th... more
Written by Avvo Staff, about 5 years ago.
If youre charged with a DUI, what most people dont know is that youre actually faced with two cases: A criminal court case for your DUI charge.And a civil case with the Department of Motor... more
Written by attorney Rodd Tschida, over 1 year ago.
In the State of Minnesota, failing or refusing a test will almost always result in immediate license revocation. This Guide takes you through the steps you should take after your arrest,... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 3 years ago.
What are some possible consequences of a criminal conviction other than fines and jail time?
While fines and jail time are the most well-known consequences of a conviction, there are... more
Written by attorney Matthew Keenan, almost 2 years ago.
A day in the Lake County Veterans Treatment and Assistance Court (VTAC) begins with the very compassionate Judge John Phillips selecting one of the veterans to lead the pledge of... more
Written by attorney Jared Austin, about 2 years ago.
The conflict between Michigan's Medical Marijuana Act (MMMA) and the OWI statute has now been settled. On Tuesday the Michigan Supreme Court announced that the MMMA trumps the OWI... more
Written by attorney Douglas Kans, about 2 years ago.
A recent Minnesota Court of Appeals case found that drivers in the state have no right to a seven-day notice in cases where their licenses will be suspended. The ruling in Christopher John... more
Written by attorney Max Allen Keller, over 2 years ago.
An extremely important DWI case from Missouri was argued before the United States Supreme Court on January 9, 2013. Although this McNeely case came from Missouri, based on Missouri law and... more
Written by attorney Carmen Dellutri, over 2 years ago.
A federal appeals court recently ruled that a valet parking service is not legally obligated to withhold car keys from an obviously intoxicated customer. Debbie Weber filed the wrongful... more