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My son had a car accident in July 2012. The hospital reported it to the DMV as him losing consciousness while driving and are threatening to suspend/revoke his driving privileges. He has never had a ticket or an accident or any medical issues. Ever. Therefore, he doesn't have an existing physician to complete their required medical form. What do I do? I need a referral to a 1) doctor to complete the form; and 2) an attorney to help handle this. I have the medical records from the hospital regarding the accident in question. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
You need a criminal atty who will also handle the administrative matter with the dmv. What county did the accident...
I was arrested for DUI. But there was some problems with the initial stop. Following is the report of the officer for the initial stop, I observed the defendant operating a Nissan armada at Some state road and some street. At this point I was behind the vehicle west bound on state road, when the driver abruptly applied his brakes and after slowing to a stop began a three point turn in the middle of the state road. After turning around the vehicle abruptly sped on the state road, at which time I attempted to stop the vehicle. Can anyone give their views on my chances of winning this motion to suppress?
A lot more information would be needed to give a fair estimation as too your chances. Consult with an experienced DUI...
I had been caught for first time DUI few months back in Pasco county, FL. I hired a DUI lawyer for that. My BAC came as .069 and urine test also clean. I did not do very good in the FST s as per the report but I am from a non English speaking country had some problems understanding the directions. No accidents no injury. Prosecution has offered to reduce it to reckless driving but following is the deal they have offered, 1. 12 months probation 2. 6 months DL suspension 3. 50 hours community service 4. 10 days vehicle immobilization 5. DUI school 6. Victim panel Should I accept this or is this too much?
I would highly suggest you follow your attorney's advice on this one. First blush is some of it is a little steep but...
The first time, he was arrested on site, and spent one week in jail waiting for court. He had fines to pay and time served. This time since he only received a ticket, he doesnt believe he is looking at jail time at all. I thought if you never got your license back from dui, and got a ticket for driving on suspended license there is mandatory jail time. Side note, his probation has terminated(he completed it before this event). I was wondering is he looking at jail, or more probation, or is he right that a ticket is just a ticket? Thank you for the help.
Very difficult to answer. He is not facing mandatory jail time. Whatever he is facing will be based on the attitude...
He had already received a ticket, for driving on suspended license, following his dui. Instead of jail time, he was told he was facing week in jail, they put him on probation. He told his officer on his next visit and was told he will violate him at the end of the month and issue a warrant for his arrest. I was wondering how much jail time is typical for violating probation, and also is jail time necessary for getting 2 tickets for driving on suspended license after a dui. Thank you in advance.
He can get up to 6 months county jail on the DUI charge, up to 60 days on the 1st Suspended License Charge (assuming it...
i was arrested for DUI on december 14, and I blew well over .08 i was charged with high blood alcohol and DUI. i did some reading on the internet and it says if they dont bring me to trial within 90 days than i can get teh charged dismissed? is that true, i have done nothing to waive the 90 days, i want to get this thing dismissed
Maybe. It's not automatic, and there are many sound tactical reasons to waive speedy trial. Your attorney must file...
The judge determined there was no probable cause to forcibly draw blood from me. But she concluded that even though I had head trauma and was in the E.R. , when the officer read the implied consent i was told I "nodded" to the draw. She denied the motion to suppress saying I gave consent by nodding. Can I still argue at trial that the blood obtained should not be a factor in determining the verdict? I may possibly have a new judge for the trial.
Your lawyer can argue anything that s/he is not expressly ordered not to argue - and the Judge's ruling is binding even...