Yes this could be potential used as a prior. You will need your attorney to look to see if the prior DUI meets all the requirements. Make sure you get an attorney.
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In Maryland, did you return to court to have the earlier DUI dismissed and were you otherwise compliant with the terms and condotions in MD? If you were convicted in MD, yes, it will count as asecond if all other criteria are satisfied. If the earlier charge was dismissed, it should tried as a first DWI. Rest assured the Assistant Commonwealth Attorney will comment on your record if tried and into consideration with any plea agreement. With a .19, if that BAC comes into evidence, you are facing a minimum mandatory jail sentence. You better hire a good DWI Defense Attorney.Ask a similar question
Since you got a pbj in MD there is a good chance they won't see it. Carleton is right that they will consider it if they see it. If you are my client I will have you starting progrAms before court. Www.mcglonelaw.comAsk a similar question
I agree with Paul McGlone- he is a brillant lawyer. Shouldn't you already have a lawyer for this Sept. 2012 DWI case, who should be able to easily answer this question?Ask a similar question
It depends on whether your Maryland DUI was a conviction. If it was ultimately dismissed it will not be used as a prior conviction for enhancement purposes. If you were ultimately convicted I believe the Maryland conviction could be used for enhancement purposes. There are many other issues that can be relevant when determining whether an out of state conviction can be used against you.
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