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I was involved in a crash i was not the driver when the cops showed up my friend got scared and said i was the driver

Inverness, FL |

he told the cops i was the driver

i received a DUI charge can i beat this!!??

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You need to consult a criminal lawyer ASAP. These are serious charges.

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i understand that it's a serious matter the driver has agreed to write an affidavit admitting he was in fact the driver of the vehicle is there a good chance it could be dropped?

David B Pittman

David B Pittman

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You need to consult a criminal lawyer fir the best way to go about this. You've got a DUI pending and lying to the police. You need good advice

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Contact an attorney right away to review the matter with you. I would suggest not giving any statement until you have talked with an attorney..

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Retain a local criminal lawyer, and don't post anything incriminating.

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Contact Rick Silverman in Tampa who, if he does not handle cases in Inverness, could recommend someone closer to you.

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You might be able to beat this, however, I suggest you retain criminal defense counsel to defend this charge. You also should subpoena the actual driver and get the driver to admit to the court that you were not driving. Your attorney will be able to issue the appropriate subpoenas.

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