I was just pulled over and arrested for a DUI, I bailed out and now have to go to court. I'm 34 years old and have never had a DUI, or speeding ticket in my life. What should I expect from the system in place? What am I looking at?
For a first time, non-injury, misdemanor DUI you are facing up to 6 months in jail and up to 5 years probation, along with fines, DUI classes, and possibly public work service.
Your DMV Administrative hearing needs to be setup within 10 calendar days of your arrest for a future date or you risk DMV automatically suspending your license.
Hire yourself a quality, experienced, criminal defense attorney who can appear in court for you and ensure you receive the best results possible, given the facts of your case and the courtroom where your matter will be handled.
Good Luck!See question
If you get charge for attempted murder but the person is alive is there an opportunity to fight the case. A family member of mine is getting charge For this for stabbing someone but the victim is doing well. And now they want to put my family memb...
Can a lesser offense be offered? maybe. Will it? I don't know.
Your family member, assuming he/she doesn't have one already, needs quality, locally experienced, criminal defense representation ASAP.See question
Sentence to this
Serious enough to warrant providing additional details to and then hiring a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney.See question
Was charged with felony cultivation and subsequently child endangerment. Did 2 days in county before getting bailed out. granted 4 years probation with a 6 month house arrest contingency. With prop 64 law I am looking at asking to reduce felony cu...
Yes, it is legally possible.
Give yourself the best chance at success by retaining a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney to assist.See question
My son is in state prison
Your son should also be able to get that information from his CDCR counselor.See question
The person already served 2_years and 9 months. I need information
What you need is a calculator. multiply 8 times .85 and that's the number of years they will need to serve if the conviction was in state court. If it is in federal court it may be less for a number of reasons.See question
I went on backpage and found an ad with a girl saying she offers sensual massages so I texted her and the convo goes as such word for word : Me: hey is this velvett? Her: yeah what's up Me: wondering if you were busy Her: yeah I'm free Me:...
Irrespective of what was implied, it seems all you agreed to was a full body massage. You are likely to be fine, but in the event you are contacted by law enforcement keep your mouth closed and hire the best, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney you can afford.See question
I was growing pot (dumb mistake I know) and was charged with felony child endangerment and cultivation. I have completed my child abuse classes and paid my fines in full and still on probation. Because this is a wobbles charge from what I hear can...
Wobblers can be reduced at ANY time, even if you are still on probation. Contact a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney to discuss further.See question
Police were summoned along with paramedics. Received a document from the local police department that an arrest was made, the motorcycle was impounded for "evidence-hold", and individual was transported by ambulance to local hospital for serious...
He will likely be charged with a DUI and would be facing severe sanctions if convicted. An arrest warrant will likely be issued without notice to him of the charges beforehand. Hiring quality, locally experienced, criminal defense counsel ASAP should be a priority.See question
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