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He is going to have to due time again
I'm sorry, but you haven't provided enough information to allow a response. You didn't say when your husband's initial...
casw was dismissed because officer did not appear. How long do they have to refile charges
That's a DECEPTIVELY complicated question, as the caselaw isn't in my mind entirely clear. If the COURT dismissed...
a 3rd party called the cops saying i was drinking and driving. by the time the cops caught up to me i had already been out of my vehicle and inside of a bar for about 10-15 minutes. the cops never saw me in or around my vehicle, or even in possession of my keys. they ended up arresting me saying that the witnesses statement was enough probable cause to take me in to the station and breathalyze me. can the cops use his original statement? or does the witness have to actually show up to court and testify?
In NJ and all other jurisdictions with which I am familiar, the State will need to prove operation of the vehicle. This...
State of NC. Repercussions?
Yes, almost certainly you will be charged on the civilian side. Normally, they issue you a ticket with a summons to...
I was inside a pool hall when I was told my car was hit, and the person took off. The damage was quite extensive and when they caught the driver he was charged with dwi. What steps do I need to take to get the most out of this inconvenient situation?
You appear to have a property damage claim. If there is collision coverage on your vehicle, you can file a claim with...
Two misdameners
If you are on unsupervised probation then there really is not anyone actively checking to see that you stay out of...
I was arrested on April 19th 2014 and I still have not received a court date. I've also called the Central Violations Bureau and they don't seem to have any information about my charge. I've already been discharged from the Army, Under Honorable Conditions and was wondering if I could also upgrade my discharge if this incident never comes to fruition. Thank you for your time!
Typically the statute of limitations for a misdemeanor is one year.