Vic Carmody is absolutely right. You should ask your attorney these questions. Also, you should not be posting facts about the case here if you are represented by a lawyer. The fact that these issues have been identified can tip off the state about your defense if a prosecutor happens to read this and connects it to your case.
Wayne R. Foote, Esq.
Board Certified OUI Defense Law Specialist
by the National College for DUI Defense, Inc.
Law Offices of Wayne R. Foote, PA
344 Mt. Hope Ave
Bangor, ME 04401
(207) 990-5858 (fax)
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I must presume that you are currently being repsented by an Attorney,and if you are then the answer will be very short ASK YOUR ATTORNEY!! IF YOU ARE NOT REPSENTED BY AN ATTORNEY PLEASE POST THIS INFORMATION HERE AND I WILL ANSWER YOUR QUESTION.
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I concur with Mr. Carmody's answer to this question, "How will my lawyer address this?" Since it is apparent that you are currently represented by counsel, by the use of the words, "my lawyer," you should contact the office of your lawyer so that he/she may "address this."
Lance O. Mixon
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