The government will have to show that you were in operation of your car AFTER having consumed ETOH. the evidence may be as follows (if they can lawfully get into your house)
1) citizen reports / office observes erratic driving
2) citizen reports / officer observes said car enter into garage and shut garage door
3) inquiry is made (again if lawful entry)
4) dirver (for some strange reason) submits to test showing .12 gms or more
[obvious inference if tested quickly that one could not consume that much in sucha short period of time and it metabolize]
there is a scenario for every case, remember anyone can be arrested - proof at trial with a competent lawyer is another thing
did you know you could be arrested and convicted if you were on private property - hay field or parking deck
I am at my wit's end. Son called two nights ago after being arrested and charged with DUI. We bonded him out (out of state bond is not cheap - 3,000) and now he is saying he has only 10 days to petition to get his license back or it will be take...
call atorney rick ryzcek 404.406.3197 ;the 10 day appeal must be filed asap, however only if the arresting officer took his physical hard copy (plastic) license.See question
it has been almost two years now and they are still saying they are waiting on blood work and his public defender still hasnt meet with him even though he has tryed to make appopinment after appointment. how long does it take for a blood test to c...
the statute of limitations in Georgia is 2 years from the date of the alleged act. Please don't hold it against the public defender he has tons of cases.
blood test results in Georgia can take up to 6 months to complete. Your husband can request an independent test if you want to know the reults now.
without the blood test your husband's odds at an acquittal significantly increaseSee question
Within (10) business days I must request a hearing or my license will be suspended. The hearing will be held in accordance w/ the "GA Administrative Procedures Act" and the Dept of Driver Services Rule 570-1-.05. In the request, I must include ...
send me your email and i will send you a form
or call 706.778.7178 on monday
you may also call my investigtor and get one for free his name is sam 706.244.4994See question
i got caught going 54 in a 35, wasnt wearing a seatbelt, and dont have car insurance what is going to happen to me
because jail looks possible I suggest a call to either lawyer for advice:
D. Timothy Huey, Sustaining Member, State Delegate
1041 Dublin Rd
Columbus OH 43215
Jeffrey C. Meadows, General Member
8310 Princeton-Glendale Rd
West Chester OH 45014
i was driving for my intoxicated brother when i got pulled over. he does not have insurance but i do yet i still received the citation. how can i go about getting the charges dropped or changing the ticket to my brother?
contact Kirby, this may be more difficult than you expect, however this is a state specific charge:
J. Kirby Riffel, Founding Member
202 W. Broadway
Pocahontas AR 72455
My son got 2 MIP's and they pulled his license and DMV is telling us he is not eligible for a temporary so that he can get to and from college and work. Is there a way to reinstate his license? some of his friends have got 2 and they didn't get t...
contact either of these fine lawyers, they specialize in this field, usually free advice for something like this
John Henry Hingson, III, Former Regent, Founding Member
409 Center St
Oregon City OR 97045
Peter Carini, Sustaining Member, State Delegate
800 W 8th St
Medford OR 97501
My husband was drunk and hit me after I question a certain phone number on his cellphone. I called the cops and he was arrested. I have two young children what can I do to help him?
Please be adivsed:
The Domestic Violence Offender Gun Ban ("Gun Ban for Individuals Convicted of a Misdemeanor Crime of Domestic Violence", Pub.L. 104-208, 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(9)) was an amendment to the Omnibus Consolidated Appropriations Act of 1997 enacted by the 104th United States Congress in 1996. The act is often referred to as "the Lautenberg Amendment" after its sponsor, Senator Frank Lautenberg
if he is convicted he can not have a gun or he will be charged ferderally (yes this really does happen if he pleads guilty)
call a lawyer
Scott E. Chambers, General Member, State Delegate
Schmittinger Rodriguez, P.A.
414 S State St
Dover DE 19901
I recieved a ticket in Beaufort recently. The ticket states - drink in public. The officer at the time originally stated I was being written up for drunk in public. After calling the municipal court, they told my the ticket was coded for drinking...
To begin, in Canada a DUI is a felony and therefore an excludable offense under the Immigration Act. A DUI is an indictable offense in Canada that may be punished by imprisonment for up to a 5 year term.¹
Anyone with a conviction in the United States that is treated as a felony or indictable offense in Canada is excludable from Canada, but even if the offense is not a felony or indictable offense in Canada, Customs and Immigration Officers have ultimate authority to permit and deny entry to Canada.²
Almost all convictions (including DUI, DWI, reckless driving, negligent driving, misdemeanor drug possession, all felonies, domestic violence (assault IV), shoplifting, theft, etc) can make a person inadmissible to Canada, regardless of when they occurred. For this reason, it is not recommended that persons with past convictions attempt to enter Canada without first obtaining necessary documents. It is always the final decision of officers at ports of entry to decide whether a person should be allowed into Canada
Ronnie M. Cole, Founding Member
1303 Ella St
Anderson SC 29621
I got an O.W.I. and an M.I.P. in 2008 and i'm afraid of getting sent to jail for my new charges. I have a job and don't want to lose it. With the plea bargain, I want to get the open intox and the M.I.P. dropped and just plea guilty for the posses...
Patrick T. Barone, Sustaining Member
280 N Old Woodward Ave Ste 200
Birmingham MI 48009