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I have 1 court date left in Oct. and my attorney has told me because I cant do supervised probation there because I do not live there that I will more than likely have to spend a month in jail. I have a great job here in TX and will lose it if I go to jail for a month. If I just dont take care of it and never go back to NC again, will it effect me here in TX?
Depends on whether NC will pursue the charge in other states. They could put a warrant out for your arrest nationwide...
i was in a hit and run accdent
Yes -- for as much as you deserve. Talk to a personal injury attorney pronto to make sure you maximize any recovery to...
and said I blow 0.095 and 0.089 second time can he change these numbers?
No. The machine records every sample that goes through it. The operator does not have the capability to manipulate this...
I live in Texas and I researched public intoxication (which is what he is charged with) and it said he will be in Jail for 4-12 hours and $160.00 fine. He has been in jail for about 2 days, it happened at 11:30pm on New Years Eve and its now 1:30pm on January 2. Why is he still in jail?
There are many possible reasons your 19 year old neighbor remains in jail. Just guessing, he may not have been able to...
I plead guilty to a dwi in may 2005 and i want to go into law enforcement but i cant for another 5 and a half years unless i get this fixed.I have a clean record besides this and I have grown up alot since this happend , i dont drink at all now any advice
The short answer is that you're going to have to wait the 5.5 years to get this job unless they're willing to make an...
I got my car stuck in a ditch and I had to ditch my car because I had a few drinks before the happening. It was towed to a storage and towing facility.
It is possible that you may face charges of leaving the scene of an accident, if you admit to driving, but that is...
Just to start, I don't live in Texas but I am moving to Austin. I was visiting and hanging with some friends, one of which was 19 years old. I had a beer (I'm 21). I was careless and totally forgot that he was not 21. I gave him one sip of beer. Later, he took the cup without asking and took another sip. He was not drunk and that was it. Later that night, he drove home in his vehicle. I realized what I did was a misdemeanor. It was a careless mistake. I do have a personal conviction to obey the law. Am I obligated by law to report this and turn myself in? I know I can get away with it, but I don't want to break another law by keeping this secret. Also, am I obligated to report my 19 year old friend, who drove after having a few sips of alcohol?
No. There is no obligation to report something of this nature. Your desire to be a law-abiding citizen is impressive,...