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dui 3rd
The statute of limitations for most felonies in Mississippi is two years.
I was sitting in my vehicle on a rural country road talking to my elderly mom at 7:44 pm when a cop pulled up behind me and got out of his vehicle and came up to my truck and ask me to step out, put my hands on the hood, then patted me down, took me to jail (he said), for public drunk. When I got to the jail and I verbally protested his action(s), he then trumped up the charges, DUI, failure to comply (what), using profanity on a public Road? All I did was protest being arrested because I was not drinking alcohol, only sprite, I was not driving, only sitting, the vehicle was not even running. They took me to the jail and they stripped search me, they put me in a holding cell until next day. They taped a ticket up on the cell glass door that showed a DUI charge.
I would advise hiring an attorney. While it is an expense, it is worth it in the long run. Many municipalities will...
Received DUI first offense 2 weeks ago, then went to work and was told I couldn't work there any longer for getting a DUI
Mississippi is a right to work work state. You may be fired for any reason OTHER than being in a federally protected...
I have a 2nd DUI traffic ticket and a no driver license traffic ticket
In most states, the fact that you refused the test can be shared with the jury at trial, making it look like you must...
If, upon reexamination, it is discovered that the subject was convicted on the second DUI while the first charge was still pending, would that be sufficient cause to reduce the felony DUI to a misdemeanor?
As long as at the time of indictment that person has two DUI convictions that person can be prosecuted for felony DUI....
A person is pulled over and arrested for a felony DUI. It is the third time in less than one year. He refused the Breathalyzer test on the second arrest, and his license was revoked. On the third arrest, he blows a .40 and passes out. No injuries or property damage is involved in any of the instances. Can he apply for a hardship license, and most importantly, can he avoid jail time?
The penalty is up to five years imprisonment with the MDOC. Dependent upon the DA's policy and the complete facts of...
I was taken to hospital and had blood drawn. The state has taken custody of my child with temp custody to my brother. I went to court today and plead not guilty mainly because I was not driving. I have to be back in court in two weeks and need some advice
You need an attorney immediately Please contact an attorney now. I know myself and many others on this site offer...