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If I haven't pled to my ovi from 3 months ago and got a DUS (I didn't know my restricted privileges were denied), what now?
orig. charge January 2014, attended all dates and am scheduled to plea at the end of this month. Submitted request for restricted privileges based on my college sched. And two small children, and to get my husband to work whoim is also a non op but very recently had a warrant lifted. I didnt get notice of denial, judge just said fifteen days hard time no driving privileges. Stopped on my way to the grocery store because the pantry was threadbare, plus I have a leg injury and walking was not reccomeded by the doc.I got a DUS but no other charges (ORC 4510.11). Since I haven't had a chance to plead guilty, what happens now?I cannot go to jail, I have financial responsibilities, I am insured, I have no priors
In most DUS cases there is an underlying minor misdemeanor offense. An underlying offense usually refers to a traffic...
Can I recover damages from an obviously rigged trial for a DUI involving a totally unethical judge ?
The DUI arrest was botched by the police from the start, I wasn't even driving when they arrested me. I was in the car with the driver and my girlfriend when we stopped at a store. When i came out of the store the driver had fled. My girlfriend at the time was intoxicated and a violent person anyway, and of course we were fighting . I was the only one to go in the store and when i came out the police had arrived. I avoided the court and was eventually picked up because the same girl accused me of DV and that felony charge was totally dismissed. The DUI went like this: I was never shown the evidence and the words of the judge at pretrial were" if you take this to trial you WILL loose and i WILL send you to prison." Terrified i plead guilty. This judge was disbarred shortly after.
In a lawsuit started by you, the burden shifts to you to prove that you were wronged. Convincing a new judge that the...
I was arrested for an OVI in September. I fell asleep behind the wheel and blew a .13. I was arrested for a second OVI on Defember 1. This time my wife began throwing up and drove down a side street. We were stopped at a train crossing and I told her switch places with me and I would just pull over to a gravel parking lot to avoid her having to throw up out of the window again. While waiting for the train to cross I fell asleep and a cop tapped on the window and I was arrested. I refused the breath test and pleaded not guilty per my attorneys advice. My first case is still pending and now I have this second. I have been ordered to wear the scram bracelet and counseling. Is there a chance the first be plea bargained to physical control and the 2nd to reckless operation or wet reckless?
Fighting two OVI's at the same time complicates matters. The court and the prosecution are both going to be biased...
Under new Ohio SB337, you can get 2 misdemeanors or One Felony and One misdemeanor sealed. Will a DUI conviction prevent this?
A domestic violence charge, reduced to assault is the charge to be sealed, from 3 yrs ago. The OVI is on the record, and found guilty.
I am sorry to report that you can only have one conviction expunged and the DUI will never be expungeable under Ohio...
he has arrested me previously and know my car which is a distinct red Mitsubishi eclipse
You don't need to prove anything. The attorney you need to hire will enter a not guilty plea, scrutinize the evidence,...
What if police never offered a breath test at police station but is charging me with a refusal and ovi in ohio.
was pulled over for speeding
You need to hire an attorney who can properly bring this issue before a court. I'm assuming that the officer will say...
Last night i was caught drinking under age, but it was found out through different means. They didn't catch me in the act.
What happened was i was woken by a cop and two safety officials telling me to wake up and get out of bed. They went on to ask if i knew where my roommate was. I told them i didn't and then they asked if i had been drinking, it was clear that i had, but the only alcohol that was in sight was my roommates and it was unopened in his closet but in plain view. They took it and came back to give me a breathalyzer test, they did not tell me what i received on it, but asked for an ID in which they wrote me a citation to show up in court. The problem i am having is that they attained the fact that i had been drinking through other means than me acting like an idiot, i am a current college student and this was just wrong place wrong time. Any suggestions for what i can do.
YES. Most colleges have an attorney who works for the college and is free to students. If you have one of these, go...
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