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last DUI was in 2002
You will want to contact the DPS to verify your driving status before driving. You can also go on their website to...
I have seen they have two hours to perform testing from supposed incident of driving. I was also told that the two hours does not have to be met. Somebody clear this up for me please?
In order to be charged with the crime of .08 or higher with two hours of Driving, they need to perform the test within...
I dare not get into too many details. Let's just say the officer was way wrong in how he handled it. Should be grounds for dismissal.
You will have to call and talk with an attorney about this issue as it is very fact specific. There are many attorneys...
Not yet charged but they are trying to forfite my car.
If it is the vehicle used in the offense, changing title after the fact to a family members is unlikely to stop a...
Or do I have to wait
Were you issued a plate impoundment notice and or vehicle forfeiture notice? If so then your options are limited....
I got a DUI and also do to medical issues which i also had taken epi-pen earlier before the arrest, dont they have medical laws that need to be follow? For several hours I had told them and they did nothing. Was this right or did they do wrong? I have medical records that state I dont have to drink to breath in the machine to show it should be done by other means and they did not check my blood or anything. What can I do and do I have a case to go after the police?
Unfortunately this happens quirt a but in MN. I suggest you contact an experienced DWI attorney and they will guide...
I was just told that after 6months that they are placeing them else where because they said I failed a ua test. I only did one thing different and that was taking NyQuil for my cold. I was just told that maybe the cause. I dont know but do know it wasnt anything to drink. Can anyone please help me.
I'm not sure exactly what your question is. If you are involved in a CHIPS case and you aren't represented, I suggest...