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I now work in a county jail. I always advised my son on how to deal with the police. Be respectful,cooperative, but no statements as I know it can never help anybody but the police. When the trooper asked my son he asked to call his retired cop father or a lawyer. The trooper as lawfully correct but knowing the repercussions did not let the kid call me. He may have saved a life and i should thank the trooper but most cops would let the kid call his cop father, (my only problem with all this) To get to my questions i know he has 3 days to 6 months mandatory jail time, loss of license for a year. Should he go to rehab asap, or should he wait and try to do his time in rehab and did he immediately lose his license when he refused ( still has physical license) any chance to get time in rehab?As any father would say he is a good kid. Every male in my side of the family alcoholic including myself (now sober) and also on ex-wives side. I work in a nice, safe county jail and my kid could get thru without any help, but unlike me he grew up in a nice suburb since he was 9. he is going to have problems in philadelphia. Believe me i talk to inmates who have been in phila. jails and he has everything going against him. I would love for the kid to be able to do his time in rehab. I know the better (highest paid) lawyer the better the disposition., That is a fact in Phila. probably everywhere. I forgot my main question. How long for a dui disposition in phila., thank you for your time.
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