My friend went to jail for dui during a assident and it was her first affence. She stayed in there 4 days then gave her a 1000.00 bond. But now the officer cant persent her with a police report. Nore does they have it anywhere on file.
I recommend your friend have her lawyer subpoena the report before the trial date. They may still not turn it over immediately, but I suspect your friend misunderstands the process. Police do not have to present the report to the defendant. They probably do not even have it now. It is likely in the prosecutor's file. It is not like a report on a motor vehicle accident. The defendant must go through the formal discovery process. Your friend should hire the best attorney she can afford. DUI convictions now are very serious. The consequences are not only costly but are long lasting.
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