I was 32 weeks pregnant, with gestational diabetes. I had my 2 year old daughter and 6 and 10 year old niece and nephew in the car. I was driving them home early in the morning Bc my sister was having a panic attack. I was at a stop sign and felt dizzy but felt I was ok Bc I was only 5 min from house. Next thing I know I wrecked (assuming my sugar got too high or low and fainted) I got life flighted as well as my niece. I almost died (technically I did during surgery) my unborn son didn’t make it, my niece had to have surgery on her back and my daughter had a minor break by her knee. I was in icu for 2.5 wks, they were in hospital 2 days. My daughter didn’t stay in the hospital at all. Would my medical records clear me? What am I facing? And what do I need to do To get this taken care of? Plus, they sent info to wrong address for me and I’ve missed my court date and current time have a warrant. Heeeelp me, what can I do?
You need to contact an attorney to access your case. It is hard to give you an answer without more facts.
You need a lawyer. Get one that is familiar with the court where your case is located. Do not try to handle this yourself.
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You should be talking to a criminal defense lawyer in private and not be on the Internet
You need to hire an attorney. Aggrevates vehicular assault is a third-degree felony carrying up to 3 years. It sounds like you have some compelling and potentially exonerating evidence.
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