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I was "stopped" (though I wasnt driving. I was actually sleeping in my vehicle with the engine running) and was checked on by a passing officer. When she woke me up she decided to put me through the SFSTs. Im not sure how I did on the HGN but I personally feel I did well with the walk and turn and one leg stand. She proceeded with the PBT but could not get it to work roadside so she took me into custody and brought me back to her barracks. After waiting a little while her PBT started to work and I gave my breath sample followed by my DMT sample. I blew a .15. Can someone help me please? Do I possibly stand a chance at winning my case? Im scheduled to appear in court on 1/13/2014. Any advice? Thanks.
Yes, you stand a chance. Here's a good starting point: http://ncdd.com/find-an-attorney/usa/vermont .
I was under the infulence of narcotic pain meds gave an inaccurate statement the person is facing a felony charge.what can i do/
my husband is facing felony domestic assault charges from a statement i gave while heavely using pain pills.i have learned my behavior was the one that was bad. what can i do?
Speak to your husband's criminal defense attorney. Legal Disclaimer: If this information has been helpful,...
my lawyer filed a motion to suppress based on a bad stop and the state has yet to respond at all as far as I know. is this a good sign? don't they have a time frame in which they have to respond?
Yes they probably were given a date to respond. You should discuss this with your attorney as they are in best...
Expunging a felony that occurred at age 18 :DUI with injury (broken arm. Now age 32; no more problems with law. Doable?
A drunk driving accident with a broken arm resulted in a felony conviction over 14 years ago. No other problems with the law have occured since then. Can it be expunged and how do I go about it?
More than likely, the state where it occurred has procedures for expunging records. Generally a DUI conviction is not a...
Fraudulent purchase of auto ins. in Vermont. Purchaser got insurance for person w/ 4 DUIs/permanently revoked lic. in FL
A woman in VT fully financed a car and purchased insurance for it in her name, however, she is NOT the primary driver. She bought it for someone who has 4 DUI convictions and a permanently revoked license in the State of FL. He has no license in VT either due to his FL convictions. This woman allows this man to drive the car 24/7 and keep it at his residence. She has her own vehicle. Geico investigated them late last fall and dropped them from the policy after finding that indeed, the purchaser was NOT the one driving the vehicle. They have lots of photographic and video evidence. Now they switched to Progressive who is investigating them for fraud. I have called the police in the area and no one wants to be bothered w/ this. How can these 2 have charges filed against them for this?
I suggest that you make note of the make, model, color and license plate number of the vehicle. The next time you see...
he pulled up to my window at night and said i had bloodshot eyes and used that along with the fact that i had pulled over for maybe a minute in a parking lot to fix my stereo, as probably cause for dui. At which point he asked for my license and then ran it and had an emergency call come in so he ordered me to stay there while another cop came to do sobriety tests. can he really detain me on this alone??
An officer may invetstigate a person that has bloodshot eyes to see if impaired conduct is present.
2012 I was acquitted of dwi charges, before the criminal case, the civil courts found the accusation enough to revoke driving.
is this right?, after the state could not prove their accusation they had no proof of me driving at all, I believed my driving status should have been restored to the condition it was in before this accusation was made against me. This accusation is what the civil courts used to base their decision on to revoke my privilege to drive in Vermont. Why would I or anyone for that matter pay a penalty for a crime they did not commit. Am I missing something ??.... help!!!.
There was a lower burden of proof for the civil case involving your license. But, a not guilty verdict normally trumps...
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