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my convictions were within the 10 year mark. october 18th of 2004
In theory you face up to 4 years in jail. While that won't happen, you are in a tough spot and the outcome may depend...
Does this mean the case is going to trial
No. It means the case not settled yet. Insurance carriers often have their attorneys do the depositions in order to see...
break line broke. he did not leave the scene he passed all field test except for standing on one leg. that test was given in the middle of hill.They found nothing on him or in his truck. the air bag deployed and dust went in his eyes.they said probable cause was glassy eyes and slurred speech 3 witnesses at th escene all said his speech was not slurred.He actually went to the homeowners house at witch the acc took place and woke them up to let them know what happened.
You need to hire a really good defense attorney. For every negative they say, you need to be able to challenge and...
only a urine test
It would depend on what the police claim the probable cause was 1) to stop you and 2) to arrest you. The officer might...
I was recently convicted of DWAI in New York. I also attended a hearing at the DMV because I refused to take the breathalyzer when I was arrested. After the hearing, the DMV took my license away for a year based on my refusal. Can I get a conditional license? The woman judge hearing the case was really mean.
You can apply for the conditional license in light of the plea.
I was told today that a Probation Director indicated that more and more judges in New York State are imposing the maximum jail sentence followed by the maximum probation sentence for misdemeanor DUI convictions. He indicted the rules had recently changed allowing for that. Can anyone direct me to that rule? This seems to be outside of any misdemeanor sentencing guidelines I can find. If that rule changed after an individual's arrest, can a judge still impose these penalties if the conviction and sentence were after they changed? Would an appeal be appropriate?
There has been ever-increasing harsher penalties for DUIs but generally it is unlawful to impose maximum penalties only...
Person charged with aggravated DWI – 3rd DWI in ten years – 2 resulted in property damage. Recent DWI BAC was .20. Person plead guilty to an E Felony. Person is presently employed, attending rehab and is a caregiver. At sentencing, is it conceivable this person may be able to avoid incarceration? Thank you.
Was there a promiseday sentence? If not, jail is certainly a strong possibility.