Plead guilty to fleeding and alluding in 2006 area. No drugs, no drinking. Just didn't stop. Was charged with a 2 year misdemeanor. No more to add
Much depends on what else you were charged with in the past. In 2015 the law changed and now you are allowed to have up to two misdemeanor expunged if that is the only two things on your record. If you have a felony you can get the felony removed if you have up to two misdemeanors.See question
It's 2nd dui , I was in my mobile home park at the time , I do not remember any of it but I hit a tree and 2 mobile homes no one got hurt and light damage to the 2 mobile homes plus they had to put in a new electric box meter
Wishing you all the best, but I don't see a question to answer?See question
Me and my girlfriend were co-defendants until she took plea and became a witness. The judge amendment my bond not to have any direct or indirect contact with my girlfriend. I haven't had any contact with her but my mom got her a room in my name wi...
Not unless you told her to do it. Still that could lead to problems and some explaining you'd need to do if it came up.See question
Person was originally charged with fleeing and eluding, with dropped to resisting arrest, owi,dui,dwls, had previous dui, 10 years ago.
This 100% depends on the circumstances involved in the case and most importantly the Judge. Without this information, no attorney can properly answer the question.See question
Hello. 2 part question here. Recently I had a blood drug test done (in lieu of being arrested) and it has been about 6 weeks since it was sent In to the michigan state police crime lab. My question is how do I get the results of the test? I know I...
You need to FOIA the results. Most likely they aren't ready yet, but not only do you have a right to the exam, you have a right to have a vile independently tested. You need to hire an attorney IMMEDIATELY as someone also needs to FOIA evidence like dash cam video. This resets if not ordered and then important evidence that can help your case is erased.See question
My friend and I slid into a ditch one night on very icy roads. I drove sober and she was intoxicated. But it was her car and when the officer reached us he asked who's car and she said hers. He came back to ask me if I was with her and for I.d. As...
I can tell you it would be unlikely that you would get charged with an OWI if they did not do any field sobriety tests on you or take your blood or breath sample.See question
Recently I was pulled over in a small town in Michigan. The officer alleged that I was "all over the road" and that was his reason for stopping me. After questioning me I was ordered out the car, given a field sobriety test (which the officer didn...
they might be liable to you for a false arrest. Your biggest issue isn't liability but if damages are sufficient to file suit. The question is how much provable damages occurred from one day of missed work? Ask yourself if an attorney will think it is worth his time for 1/3 of that total amount.
Alternatively, you can pay an attorney out of pocket to sue, but expect to spend thousands. Regardless, I don't know enough about what you do to determine if you do have sufficient damages. I'd call an attorney asap. Most, like myself, give free consultations.See question
I was attacked by someone in front of the 19th district court in Dearborn yesterday. I ended up getting 4 stitches on my lip. My front teeth may be broken as well, i haven't seen the dentist yet. He approached me and punched me in the face without...
You need to talk to an experienced attorney asap. The biggest question I would have is whether or not he is collectible. You may be able to get a judgement against him, but if he has no money it won't mean anything.
Call an attorney at once. AVVO is an excellent place to look.See question
Retail fraud 2nd degree
If you already plead guilty it would be very very difficult. What is more likely is that you get a motion to set aside conviction if eligible. You can get your felony expunged if you have no more than two misdemeanors on your record.See question
I was arrested for dui. I took the roadside breath test. Got to the station was asked to take a blood test and I refused, was never told that it would go against me, he said I could refuse if I wanted too. Then they had me take another breath test...
You need an attorney to assist you. You have 14 days from the day you are arrested to request to contest a refusal with the secretary of state. Otherwise your license will be suspended for one year.
You should have been read a form indicating the consequences of refusing. Many stations have booking video that shows exactly what was said to you.
You should definitely contest it. Get an attorney to help.See question