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My 1st dui was 3- 5-2003 and I got a second on 7-7-2013. The dmv is charging it as a first. Why is the DA trying for a 2nd?
MY conviction date for my first was 10-17-2003. Can the DA charge me with a 2nd dui?
It goes from arrest to arrest date not conviction date to conviction date da most likely miss read the dates
Probation and have to enroll by 12/17/2013
The court may allow you to do the program out of state but CA DMV requires an in state program.
I HAVE A CASE THAT IS THE USUAL DUI CODES M2315 A AND B WITHOUT A LICENSE AND AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE 10851 A HOW CAN YOU HELP ME?
Without a trial, between 1,500-3,000 is about the range. Robert West
Is the difference between probable cause to search than arrest?If an officer smells illegal drugs is he supposed to search find the drugs then arrest or can he arrest on smell?Can there one and not the other or are they both a package deal?Thanks
If the officer does not have a warrant s/he only needs "reasonable suspicion" to search. This standard is considerably...
If someone takes the E-PAS on the roadside as an evidentiary test does that person have to take another test at the station?
I took the e-pas and I blew .07/.07 Even though it wasn't a .08 at the time of driving can I still be charged with a DUI.I didn't take another breath or blood at the station.
The PAS test is not an evidential test it is a preliminary Alcohol Screening Test it is just another one of the Field...
I was reading a response on a DUI where a lawyer said if a person is stopped for a traffic violation he can sieze anything in plainview and for a DUI anything not locked.Now if I'm stopped for speeding can he sieze or go through a backpack because he can see the backpack or is the contents inside not considered plainview because he would have to manipulate it?
“Plain view” is a Constitutional exception to the prohibition against warrantless search and seizure. It means police...
I was told no evidence no case.If 2 breath samples are not within .02 it can't be used in court right?Example a .07 and a .10
Can the state still bring up that the test was positive for alcohol?Or the fact that it can't be used mean they can't bring it up at all?And you guys are the best thanks for taking your time for us little people.Your answers are always so informative.
Not quite right. You're correct that Title 17 of California Code of Regulations, which regulates forensic alcohol...
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