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They could have given me a DUI charge. Also, they didn't breath test or blood test. I'm not 100% sure on the blood test because I had to get stitches in my head at the hospital. The cops were present with me. I'm not sure that I was intoxicated. The head injury could have been a concussion. They said that at the hospital. Thank, you. Terrance
They likely would have done it by now. Retain a local criminal lawyer though to fight this. Avvo has a terrific "find...
Is that considered a drug offense subject to A.C.A. 27-16-915. Suspension for conviction of controlled substances offense
It can be, but it is not usually charged that way unless you were also in possession of drugs. DWI carries its own...
The first one was by the Arkansas State Police A.C.A 27-16-303. This one from a Deputy Sheriff A.C.A. 5-65-104. My license were suspended for DWI /Drugs. The penalties for each one are different. If somebody got it wrong can I get it dismissed? They're over one year apart.
If your license was suspended for DWI, then you can be charged under either statute for driving on a suspended license....
I was left hand cuffed and had multiple seizures for about 3 - 4 hours. Sheriff Deputy told State Trooper I needed to go to an Emergency Room. He called my wife to tell her he was having me sent to an ER. She told hime to send me to Jonesboro, AR. He refused and said it was more convenient for him to go to Lawrence Cty Hosp. The ER Convinced him I was having a stroke and not on drugs with tox screen, He picked up the traffic ticket. I was rushed to Little Rock AR Baptist Hospital for ER. The whole way I was having multiple seizures. I wasTotally unconcsous or incoherrent from the time I was pulled over till two about 2 days later. It has been 2 months I still have some short term memory loss and a damaged vein on my right wrist (Bump) where I was handcuffed. After 2 mos. cleared to work.
I don't know what your question is, however if you are charged with DWI or similar out of this incident you should hire...
This is 2nd time I have submitted this question. Your mess up has been turned around to be my fault. If I get no satisfaction this time will never use AVVO again. It is most unusual for you to make a mistake of this magnitude & then blame me for it. Here is what happened. Both my dear friend's cars wee DOWN. I allowed him to borrow mine. He proceeded to get a DUI. The cops did not take him to jail nor did they impound my car. I have ONE vehicle & obviously depend on such. My question is he goes to Court on January 9th. Can my car be impounded after the fact? Simple as that. Try not to let this get messed up.
I am sorry that something happened to your question that it went unanswered- There should be no reason for your...
Recently my friend borrowed my car as both his vehicle were down. While driving my car he got a DUI. The Highway Patrol did not arrest him nor did they confiscate m;y vehicle. I just found out about this incident which occurred in October. Can the judicial system confiscate my car after the fact? I am a little old lady of 67 who lives on a fixed income.
Could you provide more information: When you say he was not arrested, do you mean they let him go without a ticket?...
I got convicted of a DUI in Arkansas back in 2012. But at the time I still had a Illinois drivers license so it also registered in Illinois. So my license is revoked until 2018. Even though I did what was required of the state of Arkansas and paid all off my fines, and also I'm not suspended in Arkansas any longer, I'm still suspended in Illinois. And I've lived in Arkansas for five years now and cant get a license here because of illinois. And i need my car for work. But the DMV in Illinois said the only way that they can drop the revocation is if I can get the conviction in Arkansas reduced to reckless driving. Because reckless driving isnot a felony in iIllinois.
The answer is no as to "reduction of charge" as it applies to the Arkansas conviction.