Will any of the following be helpful to the judge in considering my penalties?
Have an illness & a letter an expert in the field explaining to the court that other causes of the swerving relating to the illness were not ruled out.
Have a letter from a forensic toxicologist explaining that amphetamine does not impair driving in the way I describe. In fact it can increase vigilance and relieve fatigue & improve driving. In fact amphetamines are administered to helicopter pilots in the military to this day for sustained vigilance during long missions. This quote is from the NHTSA: “Amphetamines have few effects on cognitive functioning & may result in an enhancement of some psychomotor tasks."
Accepted into ARD program but have not had my ARD hearing.Will have ALL req. done b4 sentencing.I'm asking specifically about minimum and maximum ranges for probation time, fines, approximate court costs you most frequently see, and suspension time for DUI: Controlled Substance - Schedule 2 or 3 - 1st Offense (M). I was also charged with the following offenses at the same time. Although they will "disappear" after ARD is complete, do I also face the min and max ranges for probation time, court costs, fines, and suspension time for each of them? DUI: Controlled Substance - Impaired Ability - 1st Offense (M) Careless Driving (S) Recklessly Endangering Another Person (M2) Fail To Keep Right (S) Disregard Traffic Lane (Single) (S) Limitations on Driving on Left Side of Road (S) Disorder Conduct Hazardous/Physi Off (M3)
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