Is it true you can't have any alcohol on probation ? I'm not an alcoholic, just curious . heard a rumor and didn't know if it was true
Anytime you are placed on probation is a important inderstand the rules and regulations in that County. This is something you should be able to go over with your probation officer. I would suggest that you talk with an attorney as soon as possible and not wait to be placed onto probation.See question
I got my first DUI, that's not in question. I'm hoping I don't lose my license. I have a clean record and have never been arrested.
I would highly recommend that you hire an attorney. Being charged with a DUI is a very serious matter and if not handled properly can have some serious consequences.See question
It was a violation of ard I thought the court hearing was on the 15th an when I called down the court house to double check the time they told me it was dismorning...what happens now
I would contact your attorney ASAP as a bench warrant may have been issued for you.See question
my son is in court in PA right now - I am waiting to hear from him. It is his 2nd DUI offense. They said he would need to take whatever the plea bargain is. If he got sentenced to jail time would they take him right away or would he surrender a...
It really all depends on what court, Judge and DA that you have for your case. If something is worked out prior to sentencing it can be done. I would contact your attorney and discuss with them so you know what your walking into.See question
my first offense and I was charged with possession of marijuana and I got two offenses for switching seats with my boyfriend after we got pulled over for my tinted windows. We were never read our rights and nerve got told why we were being stopped...
I would reach out and hire local counsel who will be able to go over all your options with you including possibility of ARD.See question
under the notion I'm living in a recovery house and would appreciate the opportunity to complete the program?
I would suggest hiring counsel that handles DUI cases in the County where this occurred. Every County handles things differently and an attorney may be able to work with you on what your ultimate goal is. Please note that as a general rule most district attorney's offices and Judges for that matter do not like to continue cases for very long because there are time periods that a case has to be completed in. Again these are all things that you should sit down and talk to your attorney about ASAP.See question
in court today I got offered ARD, I have a past criminal record and I am currently on probation.. is it possible to get accepted into the ARD program while on probation..
You should talk with an attorney immediately about this. ARD is generally a first time offender program so most people cannot be on the program more the one time. Everyone has a different situation so again I would make sure to talk with an attorney about this immediately.See question
I received a speeding citation in PA for 24 mph over the limit. (49 in a 25.) Within a few days I'm inundated solicitations from local lawyers. My driving record has been clean for over 10 years and there are no other violations during this inci...
Every attorney has different fees. Your best bet would be to reach out and talk to different attorneys to see what they say about the case as well as what their fees are.See question
My husband has always been an alcoholic. Two DUI's, PFA'S, public drunkeness, drives now with no license. He says he doesn't drink much but kids tell me that they go away and he drinks, almost getting into an arguement at a Turkey Hill, almost hit...
You may want to talk with a family law attorney for this issue.See question
I am scheduled for a Pre-trial conference on December 10th for a D.U.I, however today I finally recieved a letter from the DA's office saying that I have been approved for A.R.D conditionally and I have a court date Febuary 24th. Does this mean I ...
If you received a notice to appear for a court hearing then you should appear. Failure to appear may result in a bench warrant being issued by the Judge. If you have an attorney they may be able contact the DA's office as well as the Judge and see if your hearing can be continued now that you have been accepted into ARD. First, I would make sure to contact your attorney and go over all of this with them.See question