I (unfortunately) have a misdemeanor history consisting of 2 convictions for petty theft. One in early 2007 and the other in (I believe) 2012. I was at the time an untreated bipolar, and have since been regular with my appointments and medication....
Your questions are best directed at administrative law / licensing attorneys. However, I would encourage you to seek PC 1203.4 "expungement" relief irrespective of any affect that would have on your nursing license application(s).See question
Technically I am on a zero tolerance condition can I get in trouble from the print out being sent into the dmv if they see I drove with a .013 even if I passed the IID test? I am wondering if there will be any consequences. Thank you for your help!!
Yes, you could. Will you? Hard to predict. But eliminate any risk moving forward by not trying to drive after consuming alcohol.See question
Need to pick her up from prison
Why not hire a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney to appear in court on your behalf and attempt to recall the warrant without you having to go to court?See question
I am being sued for a RO under false claims by a woman because I testified against her in another lawsuit. She filled the RO 4 days after I testified, fabricating stories and making allegations that will ruin my reputation.
Arm yourself with the best, locally experienced, defense attorney you can afford.See question
I'm scared and don't know how to handle this.
It's ok to be scared, but don't let fear of the unknown consume you. Come to it, have a sit down with your parents, and hire the best, locally experienced criminal defense attorney you can afford to ensure the best possible outcome given the facts of your case.See question
Last year in September of 2015 i was charged with a wet reckless for my blood levels came back at .07. I was just detained on 12/24/16 for what i will consider a dui. I did the breath test and according to the arrest papers i was .08. I want to kn...
Assuming you were convicted (can't be charged) of a wet reckless, this past weekend's arrest will likely be filed (by the DA/City Attorney) as a 2nd time DUI.
If you are convicted of a 2nd time DUI you are facing 4 days to 1 year in jail, fines of nearly $2,500, an 18 month DUI program, Ignition Interlock Device, etc.
You would also likely be subject to a probation violation for the wet reckless probation and would be facing up to 90 days jail on that case.
.08 is a low BAC. But you have a lot to lose if convicted (i.e your license for at least one year, your freedom, etc.). Hire yourself the best, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney you can afford...ASAP.
And make sure you call DMV within 10 calendar days of your arrest to calendar your DMV APS hearing.
Good Luck!See question
The main reason I haven't been able to finish the program is that I have been one of two care givers for a woman who practiacally raised me(my godmother) and who recently died. She required total care 24/7 for the past year of her life. I put o...
Retain the best, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney you can afford to appear in court for you to get the warrant recalled.
The "program" you are referring to I am assuming is PC1000. Whether or not the court will reinstate you is a whole other issue. After all this time you may just wind up getting sentenced on the misdemeanor charge.See question
I'm being charged with violating a restraining order that was dropped oct 12 of this year, but I just got two arrest warrants this week, that I violated it on oct 02 2016, and the other for harassment and threats. Both report have conflicting stor...
If only it were that simple.
Give yourself, and your case, the best chance at success by hiring the best, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney you can afford.See question
Already in custody now rebooked for burglary first degree how much time is he looking at
Assuming conviction, at least 6 years in state prison on the burglary charge plus at least another 44 months on the VC10851 (vehicle theft) and PC 487(a) (grand theft) case.See question
My friend hit a car in a parking lot and was rushing to go to a movie and no pad of paper or pen. It was a new car and no plates so we were just going to report after the movie and find the car with the dealership. Someone saw and called the polic...
Many times these issues can be worked out without the need to file formal criminal charges. Your friend needs a quality, experienced criminal defense attorney, ASAP to try and mitigate the damage already done.See question