Work has me in a random drug screen
Need more info, your height , weight, alcohol content of beer, but assume you are a male, 185 lbs, standard .05 beer, then no, it should not be in your system , however, I would not take the chanceSee question
I received two back to back duis 6 years ago out of state. My license was in CA, but I lived out of state. I complied with the legal aspects completely, enrolled in ASAP programs and completed a rehabilitation program as ordered by the court. I se...
Yes, you can file a writ of mandamus to challenge the dmv in court.See question
I was arrested for DUI three years, one month ago. The cops drew my blood and released me about 10 hours later. The court date on the ticket fell on a weekend, so I went to the courthouse before the date to check up on it. They told me no case had...
In reality, your blood was probably tested within six weeks after they drew it. It was destroyed either 1 of 2 years after your arrest date. The three years length of time is not affecting reliability. The three years is affecting your right to retest your blood. Your PD is using the strongest argument to get your case dismissed now, trust their judgmentSee question
1992 was convicted of DUI in Santa Clara county, CA. I attended and completed the DUI class for misdemeanor DUI. I moved out of state before giving the DMV my cert. of completion. I am now back in California and despite the county having the respo...
I recommend trying to find the original school you attended and ask if they retained records going back to 1992. You might also check your DMV print out, H6, and see if the school ever filed proof of completion with the dmv. The worst case is that you will be required to complete the class all over again.See question
I was sentenced to 3 years of probation for drug charges. I have about 1 year left. I had to get drug tested for my entire probation I failed to go test and I came positive for alcohol. But I never came positive for any drug. But my probation sti...
No one knows what most likely will happen. What can happen? The judge can put you in jail for the maximum amount of your exposure. If your original term could have resulted in 3 years of jail , then your probation violation could result in you spending 3 years in jail. I recommend hiring your original attorney who represented you on the case to handle the VOP.See question
Can the CHP go back and look at the Hospital records and then site me for a DUI?
I doubt that the CHP officer will go back and arrest you based on the length of time since you were released from the hospital. I would expect that you will be cited for a DUI. The district attorney may send you a notice in the mail to appear at court. I am guessing that the reason he did not arrest due that night is because you had some type of injuries the kitchen in the hospital. If you had a blood alcohol level of .19 I would be expecting the district attorney to file formal charges.See question
I was involved in a dui. That ended in an accedent. I got 15 days and an 8,000 dollar fine. And I had to sign up for dui classes and do the vitum impact pannal. I was un able to continue the classes and I was unable to turn in the victum impact paper
You are now in the position where the judge can sentence you to jail for not doing what the court ordered you to do.See question
I received my first DUI 2.5 years ago and just got another one this weekend. This current DUI took place in San Bernandino County and the first one was in Los Angeles County. I know the laws are different in SBC than LAC but, I can't afford jail...
The decision to hire, or not hire, a dui lawyer can affect your future. On one hand, if you hire a lawyer but are ultimately convicted then the only thing you lost was money. If you do not hire a lawyer and are ultimately convicted then you lost the only real chance you had at beating the dui.See question
Spent 10 hours in county following a DUI charge, suspected over.08 BAC, chemical test. Student in college, going to jail would make the semester impossible.
Yes you will face jail time with a maximum potential jail sentence of 6 months on a first time dui. Will you actually spend time in jail ? Based on your fact pattern I say no.See question
The date of conviction was March 18th 2014. I called the County Clerk and they mentioned the probation period is from date of conviction but I wasn't 100% sure if that was true or not. I would like to know what limitations are still imposed at thi...
Your SR 22 will be required by the DMV for three years. You can expunge your case after you have completed all your probationary terms, and paid all your fines. You will be on probation for three years from the date of conviction. You can petition the court for early termination of probation after only one year. Good luckSee question