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This minor was unwillingly given alcohol ( possibly drugged) and then undressed and dressed up in various outfits without their consent, then blackmailed with the pictures. The minor was 17 at the time and the adults were in their 30's.
These are very serious poetical charges and you would be better served to speak directly to an attorney and not put...
I have two DUI convictions on my record with in a 10 year history. And one older than 10 years ago. Can I still get a CDL license in the State of Montana?
Although not licensed in MT, I would expect that you will have a difficult time getting a CDL. Why not contact Montana'...
It is a misdemeanor offense, so by legal definition it is "minor". However, I would disclose it if the nature of the...
She ran me over while she was drunk but they let her go. NOw they are trying to charge me with contributing to a minor and obstruction. She was charged with an MIP, the judge later dismissed it if she moved away. THat leaves me here with a broken leg and wondering why I am getting the brunt of this. I tried to stop her from driving drunk when she ran me down.
I don't know the answer to your question and I wasn't there so it beyond difficult to know the answers. I do know that...
I have just been informed that i need to serve 10 days for DUI but I am leaving town in 8 to attend a school out of state, thus not giving me time to serve. I have worked to hard and invested to much for this opportunity to not take it. Is there a way to take of this when I get to where I'm going??? Please help!!!!
Judges don't appreciate it when defendants decide their other obligations are more important than the court's orders....
Undocumented immigrant got pulled over and taken to jail for a DUI and failure to surrender license. He took the breathalizer and blew over the legal limit to operate a vehicle. He doesn't have a valid drivers license either. The police took him to jail and he posted bond to get out. He now has to appear before the judge and will plead guilty. In Montana it is mandatory to serve 24 hours in jail. He is afraid of getting an ICE hold on him and get deported so he doesn't really want to go to court for fear they will take him to jail right away. He has to appear before the 16th of October. Can someone please advise.
He should go to see two lawyers. A DUI lawyer and an immigration lawyer. And then make sure they talk to each other.
I have a hearing scheduled in one month for the revocation of my probation for my failure to take an MIP class. My class is now completed, although I still have $800 in fines to pay off on a 50$ per month payment plan. Does my amount of withstanding fines have any effect on the Judges descision?
It helps to have all payments paid or ready to be paid by court date.