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My lawyer did not fight the breath test printout that had times crossed out an hand written over the "official" printed time
It is possible but very difficult to do. You would need to hire a lawyer to file a Motion to Withdraw your plea. This...
The breath test results had the times crossed out and rewritten in pen, my whole field sobriety test and interview took less than 6 min
At this point, post trial, you may be left only with appealing your case. You should speak with your attorney about...
When he passed the trooper he was going 70mph but the trooper LASERED him @104. He was 39 miles over the limit. Should I get him an attorney?
If this is his first speeding violation he will not go to jail. He will however get 4 points on his record. I would...
I was sentenced to 9 months in jail but 6 months were suspended. I served 3 months with a year of probation. I have 3 months of probation left. I violated probation by not be able to make it to alcohol assesment in a 2 month period. I have a court date in 2 weeks and I'm coming up with money to pay off 80% if my fines. I went to 2 assesments what are my possible consequences? I would like to see my baby be born in feb instead of sitting in jail.
Any time a person violates a term of probation, the judge has the ability to impose the remainder of the suspended...
or first time dui for the current charge in OHIO
It is not the charge that is necessarily the problem. Ohio law allows judges to consider any relevant factors for...
when you are given a breath test, is it suppoused to be done in a private room, or is it ok if there are 3 or 4 people sitting around close to you waiting for their turn at the machine?
Generally the administration of the breath test should be done in isolation so the machine does not pick any mouth...
I was indeed read the yellow paper 2255. When he asked if I understood I said "well, no. I have some questions". He then said "no, sign". Can that get the breathalyzer part of my case dismissed from evidence?
At least in the 10 Ohio counties that I have practiced in, the answer is NO. While the officer is required to read it...