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How Come A Dwi Is Not A Felony?
Maybe I Might Be Wrong But I Think A Dwi Is A Misdemeanor, If It Is How Come Its Not A Felony When There Are Serious Consequences When You Drink And Drive
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DWI driving while intoxicated with
DUI driving under influence.
All 50 states now have two statutory offenses. The first is the traditional offense, variously called driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI), driving while intoxicated/impaired (DWI) or operating while intoxicated/impaired (OWI). The second and more recent is the so-called illegal per se offense of driving with a blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% (previously 0.10%) or higher. The first offense requires proof of intoxication, although evidence of BAC is admissible as rebuttably presumptive evidence of that intoxication; the second requires only proof of BAC at the time of being in physical control of a motor vehicle. An accused may be convicted of both offenses, but may only be punished for one.
It is also a criminal offense in all states to drive a vehicle while under the influence of drugs DUID, or under the combined influence of alcohol and drugs; the drugs themselves need not be illegal, but can be prescription or even over-the-counter. This offense requires evidence of impairment as a result of the drugs or drugs and alcohol, although some states have passed laws making driving with the mere presence of certain drugs a criminal offense.
What Do People Like About A Criminal Defense Lawyer?
This Question Is Much More Of An Opinion I Would Like To Know What Are A Few Thing That There Are To Like And Dislike About A Criminal Defense Lawyer. Please And Thank You So Very Much! (:
I like defense with the following attitude and commitment to their clients.
Alan M. Dershowitz, Esq. (famed Harvard Law Professor and member of the O.J. Simpson "Dream Team") once said this about his role as a defense attorney: "Once I decide to take a case, I have only one agenda: I want to win. I will try, by every fair and legal means, to get my client off." (Alan M. Dershowitz, The Best Defense, 1982 at page xv).
Dershowitz says: "The zealous defense attorney is the last bastion of liberty - the final barrier between an overreaching government and its citizens. The job of the defense attorney is to challenge the government; to make those in power justify their conduct in relation to the powerless; to articulate and defend the right of those who lack the ability or resources to defend themselves. (Even the rich are relatively powerless - less so, of course, than the poor - when confronting the resources of a government prosecutor). (Alan M. Dershowitz, The Best Defense, 1982 at page 415).
How Do I Get My Felony Expunged In Oklahoma Without A Lawyer?
It Has Been 20 Yrs Of My Felony
In Oklahoma your case can only be expunged in the following circumstances.
1. Proof of factual innocents through DNA;
2. Conviction reversed by appellate court; or
3. Felony was nonviolent in nature, defendant was pardoned, person has not been convicted of any other misdemeanor or felony, no charges are currently pending, and ten (10) years has passed since the conviction.
Your case appears to fall under 3 above.
Getting an expungent is like going to trial. You can either represent yourself or use a lawyer. If you do not use a lawyer your chances are very slim because you may not know which documents to access. Expungent lawyers are not as expensive as trial lawyers.
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How Does One Arrange An Internship With A Lawyer Or Law Firm?
Our Nearly 14 Year Old Homeschooled Son Wants To Become A Lawyer. I Think By 15 Or So He Should Be Interning Or Volunteering Or Otherwise Working With A Lawyer/Law Firm, But Don'T Know How To Arrange This. I Don'T Know How To Suggest He Arrange It, Either.
He Reads Constantly, History, Politics, Law, Military History, And Philosophy Mostly. He'S Also In Homeschool Theater, Getting Lots Of
What Should He/We Be Doing To Get Him On Track For Applying To College For 'Pre-Law' Goals?
Thanks So Much For Your Time.
As has been noted, the best way to arrange for your son to experience the inner workings of a legal practice is to make carefully selected phone calls.
Be aware, however, that there are good reasons to not do this, or to be careful about the sort of exposure your son has to the law. I suspect you do not want your son to be exposed to the clients of a criminal law firm, or to be involved in the nastiness of a family law practice.
Also, be aware that lawyers and law schools tend to prefer candidates with a record of interests and accomplishments outside the law.
It may be better to have your son intern or volunteer with legally active social-justice organizations. This shows not only an interest in the law, but an interest in community. And if your son changes his mind about being a lawyer (or is unable to attend law school, for whatever reason) he has a more versatile background.
Breach Of Custody Agreement?
I Have Primary Custody Of My 2 Children. The Ex-Wife Gets Them For A Week A Month, And They Are Due Back To Me By 8Pm On The Sunday Night Ending Her Week. Well......This Is Her Week, And They Are Due Back Tonight At 8Pm, But She Took Them To A Friends &Quot;Camp&Quot; For The Weekend, And Says She Won'T And Can'T Have Them Back Until Monday! I Told Her She Cannot Do That, And I Insisted She Have Them Back At The Custody Agreement Time, And I Had Told Her This Repeatedly Prior To Her Leaving For The Weekend. She Either Should Not Have Went, Or Made The Proper Arrangments To Have Them Back When Due. Are There Any Immediate Actions I Can Take? Can I Call The Police? Ifso, What Will They Do? Help! Serious, Knowledgable Answers Only Please!
Call the police and complain about it. Have the court order ready, for them to review when they arrive. The police will not retrieve your children for you. However, they will give you documentation (a "police report") which you can then take to civil and/or criminal court, to complain about her bad behavior. In New Jersey, it is considered a 3rd degree felony, and here, we could charge her with "Interference with custody" and "contempt of court", which are separate charges, stemming from her single offense for this particular incident. Possible remedies that the court might order for you, and against her, include:
1. Attorney's fees awarded to you, at her expense.
2. a COURT ORDER to stop her bad behavior.
3. A fine
4. Community service
5. Jail time, but this is not likely if it is a first offense. However, if she repeats her bad behavior, then it is possible.
7. Modification of her visitation arrangement, so that she gets less time with the children.
8. Counseling, at her expense. This can be expensive and inconvenient for her.
9. Any other misery that the court wishes to impose on her, that it finds to be "in the best interests of the children", if it also finds that such a court order would also be "fair, equitable, and just".
Where Can I Find Information About Elder Abuse Laws In Arkansas? I'Ve Been Searching Online, But I'M Just Getting Confused.
You might want to check out your nearest law library, if there is a University near you there should be a law library there.