There are a lot of issues here, not the least of which is the felony charges. Most attorneys offer a free consulation. I highly suggest using avvo to find couple and giving them a call to explain the situation in more detail. Some attorneys may offer a military discount, and some will offer affordable payment plans. Either way, she will need an attorney. Good luck.Ask a similar question
She needs to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney ASAP. The felony charge is a serious matter and it's impact on her military career is another. Get competent legal representation NOW!
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The military will likely, initially defer to the state.
The military will likely have her reviewed by the Family Advocacy Committee for potential child endangerment.
There is no double jeopardy for the military and the state to prosecute her at the same time.
She needs a good off base civilian attorney to help. One who knows the military because there can still be other career consequences.
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The District Attorney's Office will wait for the blood test to come back from the lab in Waco, Texas. They will indicted her if the blood alcohol is over .08. Ultimately they will review the video tape of her field sobriety test to determine if they are willing to offer her probation. If she wishes to fight the charges then she should retain an attorney who is knowledgeable in the area of DWI law.
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