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Based on your question, it appears you were arrested. The issue then is whether or not you can be convicted if you were not driving. You should not be, but almost anything is possible with a certain fact pattern and depending on the quality of the attorney you hire.See question
i've had 2 surgeries and been in hospital for 2 weeks. doctor told me I had blood took cause it was a dui involving another person. I have yet gotten anything while being here will I go t jail from here . other person was also in icu for one day ...
Probably not, unless there's a police office at your bedside. But you may be charged with felony DUI causing injury over the next few weeks/months.
Retain the services of the best, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney you can afford.See question
I had a DUI back in 2007. It originally was a felony in 2007 but it was reduced to a misdemeanor. It was vehicle code 23153(b). It was a misdemeanor. I picked up a DUI again last weekend. I am wondering if my case will be a felony. I looke...
Assuming this new alleged DUI did not involve an injury, and assuming you only have one other DUI conviction within the past ten years, this case (if filed) should be filed as a misdemeanor. However, 2nd time DUIs carry mandatory jail time among other tough penalties. Hire a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense lawyer ASAP.
Make sure you call DMV within 10 calendar days of your arrest to setup your DMV hearing.See question
I am currently doing house arrest for 30 days I'm off tomorrow at midnight .. I have never missed a test or been late on it .. i am currently pregnant.. my dui was from 4 years ago and I don't have anything else on my record .. im freaking out I d...
You can be violated for failing to adhere to the conditions of your house arrest. Will you? By this time you probably already know the answer.See question
I and another individual stole around $200 of merchandise from stores and it was to pay for my nursing class I know its wrong and stealing is unacceptable and I have a really guilty conscience but can the stores get my license plate and charge me ...
Can a prosecuting agency charge you? Yes. Will they? I don't know. If convicted of shoplifting, at least one day of jail is required. This can usually be satisfied through the "book and release" process.
Stop stealing. And certainly stop admitting guilt on public forums. Retain quality, locally experienced, criminal defense counsel if contacted by anyone regarding this issue.See question
Boyfriend is on parole has been screwing up for the last month had warrant got arrested the other day for controlled substance for sell and his revocation his prior charges were for a weapon and did a year prison
He could do up to 3-4 years alone on the possession for sales charge, even without a prior criminal history. Obtaining quality, locally experienced, criminal defense counsel should be a priority.See question
I am out on bond and going to trial right now for grand theft and vandalism (bait bike). Last criminal activity was in 2004, no felonies. The other day I received notice of a new warrant for dv case from almost a year ago. Charges are DV, assault ...
You appear to be facing at least 3 years 8 months in custody on the theft/vandalism case and at least 4 years 8 months on the 2 new felony charges alone.
Your bail amount on the theft/vandalism case may be raised if the new offense occurred while you were out on bail on the theft case.
You are facing numerous felonies and potentially looking at years in prison if convicted. Get yourself the answers you need by hiring a quality, locally experienced criminal defense attorney.See question
Hello everyone, and thank you in advance for reviewing my question. I was recently referred to the CJI for PC484 (shoplifting), however, I am a bit confused about the program. Is this a diversion program? Do I fall under Penal code 432.7? My l...
Putting aside the fact that your attorney should be the one answering this question for you, here's a primer on CJI in San Diego.
You enter a plea to the charge and sentencing is put off roughly 4 months. If you do what you are supposed to then your plea is withdrawn, you are never sentenced (unlike PC 1203.4 relief), and the case is dismissed (often administratively) by the City Attorney's Office.See question
I was pulled over for "fluctuating speeds" and a "flickering license plate light". One thing that puzzles me is how the CHP stated I was going 85mph on the fwy but he was 2 lanes to the right of me and ahead of me. After field sobriety tests, i...
You were arrested. Just because your post-arrest breathalyzer was below .08 doesn't mean you can't/won't be charged with a DUI. Retain quality, locally experienced, criminal defense counsel to assist. The greater certainty is lack of a DMV administrative hearing issue, but you should still request your administrative hearing within 10 calendar days of your arrest to preserve your hearing rights just in case.See question
Hey I am currently 26 years old and from california. I got a dui a couple of days ago and beyond the obvious concerns that come with that alone. I am worried if this is going to be treated as a second dui infraction since I did receive another one...
The juvenile court DUI will not be priorable for purposes of criminal court. However, DMV may still treat it as a second within 10 years as it relates to your driving privileges.
Retain a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney to assist.
And make sure to call DMV within 10 calendar days of your arrest to setup your Administrative per Se hearing.See question