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  • Tulare County detectives: 19-year-old pulled a gun o...

    Saturday Oct 4 | via The Fresno Bee 

    An Earlimart man was arrested Friday after Tulare County sheriff's deputies say he pointed a gun at them while they were trying to apprehend him. The sheriff's department said in a news release that deputies and gang suppression detectives were sent to a home in the 400 block of North Thompson Road to conduct a probation search and serve two warrants on Rosario Ayon, 19. Ayon and his girlfriend, Lydia Acosta, 19, ran when authorities arrived.


    Related Topix: Tulare County, CA, Earlimart, CA

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it was an hour later, I had admitted to having 2 mix drinks around 6p. drove 6 miles to see a baseball game had another beer there around 9:30 pm headed home about 11 pm and as I was exiting the off ramp I do admit I was going to fast hit the cement divider to my right and got my car stuck I phoned my husband who came within min. and since he had left our 2 boys alone asleep told me to go back home he would get the car out or call a tow truck.There was nothing I could do and it was a very dangerous situation, so I left home while he stayed with the vehicle, when a CHP did arrive he asked my husband who was driving he said his wife, we werent hiding anything, I did go home and have a couple more drinks showered and had a CHP come to my home and arrested me
I have seen California police pull this sort of thing all the time. There are serious problems with their case that...
that was the question i posed 10 or so days ago. got 6 answers (one of which i was wanting to hear). Citing cases People vs. Camarillo (2000) and People vs. Park ( recent ca supreme court case) would any of the lawyers that answered like to do their homework and reconsider your previous answers? Or do you consider 2 felony convictions no biggie?
What a lovely person you are, receiving free answers to your questions and then taunting the people who offered an...
I was awaiting sentencing on a 2nd dui being charged as a felony simply because it was w/ in ten yrs of the 1st which was a felony due to injury. I had researched this question months earlier and found conflicting answers w/ only about 20 to 25% of them answering favorably on my behalf. I trusted what my lawyer @ the time was telling me. He and 80% of the lawyers that answered my questions basically told me that it can be charged as felony even though 1st had been reduced and dismissed per 17b and 1203.4 3yrs prior to getting 2nd dui. I thought it was important for the current and future clients of all lawyers who may read this post to know that a reduction and dismissal of a felony under 17b and 1203.4 is then a misdemeanor for ALL purposes. I was sentenced on misd. charges just recently.
Is there a legal question or are you attempting to inform everyone?
I have had 2 duis. My first is set for the 10 yr mark this july. I never completed either of the schedueled classes but am signining back up. If I waited until july would the first dui drop off and would I still be required to complete the 18 month multiple offender classes
I think you've confused a couple of issues. The ten year "look back" period determines whether a DUI can be used as a...
I got a misdemeanor dui within 10 yrs of a felony dui which was reduced and dismissed after successful completion of probation. The courts then changed the 2nd dui from misdemeanor to a felony. Is the 2nd dui automatically a felony if the 1st was reduced and dismissed?
There needs to be more than a previous DUI for it to be filed as a felony. Talk to a local attorney v
I did not feel intoxicated but I blew over the legal limit. I answered every question correctly and was communicating normally with the officer.
a lot goes into defending a DUI you did not say why the officer contacted you and what the actual alcohol level was on...