I was rushed to the hospital an was never cited but my medical records said I was at 1.85 no was hurt can I still b charged
Yes, you could. This is not uncommon where an accident occurs and serious trauma results. The police on the scene do not have the ability to conduct the field sobriety tests because of the injuries. The police based on an examination of the scene, witness statements and observations of you could charge you with OUI and then the District Attorney could obtain the hospital records through subpeona. If you receive a summons contact this office or a qualified criminal defense lawyer.
Yes and you likely will get charged soon. Consult a defense attorney ASAP.
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Yes - you most certainly will receive a summons to appear in court in the mail. This may be for arraignment or a clerks hearing. Either way, choose a lawyer and begin discussing the case ASAP. Best of luck
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Yes. It can take a couple months for the results to come back. Retain a local DUI lawyer.
You can be charged if the police get leave of court to get your medical records. You can always fight this.
Also, depending on what happened and how your blood was taken and for what reason, it may be possible to exclude the results from being used against you.
I highly recommend consulting with an attorney ASAP.
Hope this helps and good luck.
Ilir Kavaja, Esq.
The above is NOT legal advice, and is NOT intended to be legal advice. No Attorney-Client relationship is created through the above answer.
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