I had been drinking .yes I have no problem wit dui//.As I was backing up this man stands behind my car.,..I backed up slowly to clear his car.it was about 2 steps.so he started to bang on my car ..My husband bought this car for me on my 50th bday. .this car was very special to me. Now I don't even want to drive it.......As I am going forward.his fist come in my window. he clips me on the left side of my chin ,.hard enough that the pain when to my right ear..I went right to express care..i was checked in,..but the doctor couldn't do anything for me ,because I couldn't find my dept card and had no cash...''so at this point I am mad..yes dummie me went back. The real reason was I wanted Eddie arrested for assult and damage to the car...I have great respect for law inforcement .My Father retired after 39 yrs Baltimore city He,walked the beat for a lot of his time..My Uncle retired from southeastern ,Baltimore city too , .When I pulled up and got out of my.car. I was walking over to them. This man got in my face yelling at me .Never have I ever had a man or anyone be so disrespectful .I got apoplectic and then quite .Officer didn't asrest or wright a report.My rights were violated?
If you have been charged with DUI for alcohol or drugs, you need an attorney to represent you. There can be serious immediate ramifications to your license if there is a result of .08 or above or you refused the test and a very short timeframe to act. You also face the DUI charges themselves. Lidocaine should not come up as cocaine in the blood test.
Your civil rights were not violated based upon your facts, but you would have a civil claim against the person who assaulted you. The issue will be whether the assailant has any assets to satisfy a judgment if you win a civil case.
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