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Markus Boenig

Markus Boenig’s Answers

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  • WILL I GO TO JAIL FOR XANAX IN MY BLOOD TEST AFTER DUI I GOT ARRESTED FOR WHEN MY COURT DATE COMES?

    Markus’s Answer

    I hope I understand your question. If there is xanax in your blood, the charge will probably be changed to DUI DRUGS. You can be changed for DUI DRUGS even if you have a prescription. Contract an attorney because there may be defenses for you based on the AMOUNT in your blood and any other observations made by the arresting officer. Hope that helps.

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  • Could the Law take my vehicle?

    Markus’s Answer

    There is a procedure which must be followed before the vehicle can be auctioned off. If you want to try to get your vehicle back, you will most definitely need an attorney.

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  • DUI probation violation

    Markus’s Answer

    This appears like a fairly straight forward problem to correct BUT it should probably be done with the help of an attorney. Each judge is different decides for her/himself when s/he will deal with probation violations. Some do it once a week. Some do it once a month. So, to answer to your last question; yes, it is possible your husband will do time. Is it certain that he will? No. Contact an attorney.

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  • Arrested on poss w/ intent schedule 1 and 2 drugs , poss of controlled substance, Burglary 1st degree , poss drug related object

    Markus’s Answer

    You can expect the judge to ask if you want to enter a plea of "Guilty" or "Not Guilty". If you do not have an attorney you MIGHT be given a little time to get one. I highly suggest you either hire a private attorney or apply to the Public Defender's Office for a court appointed one. Most (if not all) of your charges are felonies and so you could be looking a substantial sentence including probation, fines and possibly jail/prison time. Unless there is an outstanding warrant for your arrest, you should not expect to go to jail.

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  • Can I be charged if I'm a rider with an unlicensed driver?

    Markus’s Answer

    Yes, you certainly can be charged. It's a misdemeanor in the state of Georgia. But be careful because if there was an accident, you might be open to civil litigation too. Have an attorney review the facts in your case to see if you have a defense to this charge.

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