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Felony Dui In California? Whats Going To Happen To Me?
I Received A Felony Dui In California Last Friday. I Destroyed My Car, And Their Car. I Had Full Coverage, And It Will Be Covering Everything. They Had "Minor Injuries". And I Was Arrested On The Spot For A Dui And Was Charged With A Felony, I Go To Court On Tuesday.
Im A 21 Year Old White Male. I Have Been Working Full Time Since I Was 17, I Have A Great Job Now, And Well, I Had A Clean, Perfect Life Up Until Last Friday. I Have Never Been In Trouble Before In My Life, I Have Never Been Arrested Or Anything Of That Nature, I Have A Perfectly Clean Record. What Is Going To Happen To Me? Its A Felony, Which Is Worse Than A Regular Dui. And Well. I Wont Even Lie, Im Scared To Death Right Now That I Might Have To Go Back To Jail, Its The Worst Hellhole I Have Ever Been In In My Life, I Wont Even Lie, The Entire 24 Hours I Was In There I Was Crying Like A Little Girl. Im Out On Bail Right Now, Which Cost Me $4500, Because It Was A $45,000 Bail. If I Go Back, I'll Lose My Job. I Wont Be Able To Pay My Bills, It Will Destroy My Credit, And I Will Lose My Entire Life Pretty Much....... Does Anyone Know Whats Going To Happen To Me When I Go To Court? If You Have Any Information Please Tell.
You're going to probably be found guilty of felony DUI; worst case probably a few days in jail; suspended license, big fines, and maybe lose a job.
To the guy at the bottom; Judges are giving felony DUI drivers weekend jail time as a matter of course in a lot of states and stiuations.
I'd get a good lawyer and hope.
California Real Estate License/Law Question?
Can A Person Who Is Currently Licensed In California To Practice As Real Estate Agent, Continue To Do Real Estate, If He Or She Has A Pending Federal Crime At Hand?
The Person Has Not Been On Trial Or Been Sentenced/Found For Anything Yet, But Can The Person Still Continue To Use/Practice Real Estate In California Up Till Proven Innocent/Guilty?
The defendant is consider innocent until proven guilty. Check with the California Department of Real Estate website and see if the agent's license has been revoked or suspended. If it shows active the agent can continue to practice real estate in California.
Can Anybody In The South Orange County, Ca Area Recommend A Workers' Comp Lawyer? My Fiance'S Had No Callbacks
My Fiance Has Searched The Net Up And Down, But Has No Referalls From Friends And No Lawyers Have Called Her Back. She'S Done Most Of The Work For The Lawyer Already, The Lawyer Would Be Thrilled To See How Much Documentation She Can Provide, And She'S Not A Shady Individual Milking The Government To Stay Home For Free. She'S The Hardest Working, Most Dedicated, Moral Individual I Know Who Needs Help. Any Info You Can Give For Immediate Contact Is Appreciated!
why does she need a lawyer?
was she hurt at work? did she report it? did she see the approved doctors? does the company carry workers comp insurance? she can deal with this herself and not waste money on a lawyer. this website will provide you with needed info:
Richard- i don't advise anyone to go to a fight at all.
i was hurt at work and handled my case myself, that is in Tennessee and the state here has very strict guidelines as to what has to be paid and how it is determined. the whole idea is to keep cost down by eliminating the need for litigation when the injury is not in question. looking at California's guidelines they are much the same. there is no reason to retain a lawyer until the insurance company fails to make a legitimate offer. the guidelines are there the doctors use the blue-book to determine the percent of disability and the amount allowed is specified. as long as an employee was hurt at work and reported it and followed doctors orders there is no need for a lawyer at that point. so why pay a lawyer out of your settlement if you do not need to? let the state do their part first and then seek a lawyer if absolutely necessary. after workers comp you start the fight with disability (social security) and the fun really begins.
Will Attorney General Alberto Gonzales Be The Next &Quot;Fall Guy&Quot; In The Bush Administration?
Why Does Everyone In The White House Have Such &Quot;Hazy Memories&Quot; As Presidential Press Secretary Tony Snow Put It.
Snow'S Comments Came Hours After The Justice Department Released E-Mails Thursday Night Pulling The White House Deeper Into An Intensifying Investigation Into Whether Eight Firings Were A Purge Of Prosecutors Deemed Unenthusiastic About Presidential Goals. Will Gonzales Be The Fall Guy?
It doesn't really count as being the "fall guy" if you are the one who committed the offense for which you are charged.
Gonzales arguably is not fit for his position as AG, either because (1) he didn't know 8 US Attys were being fired, as he seems to be claiming, or (2) he fired them based on improper and unethical conduct, which is a violation of his oath as AG and a breach of professional ethics as an attorney. That's based solely on the current facts to date.
As for Snow, there's a reason he has the knickname "Snow-job". His main function seems to be obscuring the facts and making it hard for people to see what's going on.
For A First Time Dui Offense (21 Years Old) With One Prior Misdemeanor, Is It Necessary To Hire A Lawyer? I Hear Yes From Some People And No From Others, So Am Unsure As To What To Do. Any Advice Would Be Appreciated. Thanks.
This Is In The State Of California By The Way
The DUI itself is going to cost you a lot. The penalties for a first offense are pretty standard. I'd save my money and just deal with the courts on your own. If you are in a position of affording it though hire a really good lawyer that specializes in DUI offenses. The really good ones can get anyone out of anything. They will dispute the accuracy of the breathalizer by questioning the last time it was calibrated. The ground on which you took the impaired skills test (walking the line) did it have any pebbles or loose rocks on the ground. Did you burp at all before giving the breathalizer they are suppose to wait 15 minutes before giving the test. A really good lawyer will get you off so really it all depends on your economic situation
This One Is For The Lawyers??????
How Legal Is It To Fire Someone From Allegedly Selling Drugs On Work Property With Only Word Of Mouth And No Evidence......This Was The Situation......There Were Two Employees One Was In His Car And The Other Came Over To It Opened The Driver Side Door To Look In It And Then Some Other Employee Supposedly Saw Them Making A Drug Deal And Then Later On In The Day Got Fired For It!!! Which In Case No Drugs Were Ever Dispersed.......No Police Were Involved And When The Employee Was Asked About It He Said No And You Can Even Search My Car Right Now If You Wanted.....Nothing Was And He Was Terminated......How Legal Is This?????????
Um. Well. First off--I'm not a lawyer. But I know that for SURE if you're selling illegal drugs, it's illegal. Period. There's absolutely no way it would ever be legal to do, lol. At least, not by federal government.
Even if the state government says otherwise--like how it's legal to sell and obtain medicinal marijuana in the state of California. If the federal government intervenes, these people can go to jail. Period. Because the federal government supercedes the state government.
As for termination of employment--if an employer deems a person unfit to work for them, they have the right to fire. For any reason, really. Especially if they feel that person is involved in drugs or drug trafficking.
An employer can fire you if you're late, take long lunchbreaks, steal office supplies, or lie to their face...
of course they would fire you if they saw you fraternizing in drug activitiy, regardless if you had them on your person.
It's not illegal at all. They had every right.
Sorry... but it's true! ^___^
Even if you had a contract--being involved in illegal activity breaches that contract. So regardless... >__>;;
Even if said transaction never occured... if an employer is adament that it did, they have the right to protect themselves and their business from such things. So if they really think that what they saw was a drug deal, they can terminate employment for the protection of themselves and their business. *shrugs*
I'm kind of rambling... but basically... they didn't do anything illegal. Although if you want to try, you could file for worker's compensation... however, they may or may not believe...
well, anyway. Good luck to that person.