I got DUI, and have not drink in 13/14 years, I have a prescription for suboxone, I had took only once per day at 7am it was probably 6/7 pm ! Says DUI(any substance) I had a migraine for hours prior to the arrest , just trip to store, 2 blocks from home after 2 miles on my tail, said smelled in store, me ? Others ?
I did have a small van with store (convenient) more line CBD oil , low if any THC, my charges are onlyvDui , and I’m straight as a board , got serious legs / feet/ knee issues reason I cannot walk heel to heel day or night, today or tomorrow, and I already on a lifelong payment plan with this county from 2007 , I already have plans to move to another state after Christmas, I have a job I’m able to do there , that I cannot find around here , no reason to take a straight man to jail for DUI when he doesn’t drink, and was straight as a board, I have cirrhosis, neuropathy bad in feet and legs , knee surgeries , knots in stomach waiting for biopsy, kidney stones , single dad of twin 10 year old boys can not afford and or except anything other than thrown out
This all depends on what, if anything, was in your system, if you proved breath, blood, or urine to the police, and what your jurisdictions laws are. If you don't want a public defender, I suggest hiring a criminal defense attorney asap.
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You are going to need a lawyer to assist you. Otherwise, you may be convicted based on the officer's testimony.
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It is impossible to give a coherent response to the information that you offered. It appears that you have a ready-made excuse for your conduct, but recognize that police officers will not ordinarily place their job, reputation, and professional license on the line by making a fictitious or false arrest. Surely, there is some degree of probable cause in this fact situation to make a valid arrest. Whether or not there are sufficient facts to convict you is another matter. Your best course of action is hire the best and most qualified criminal defense lawyer you can afford. Check the Avvo listing under 'DUI/DWI' for an attorney that can assist you.
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