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Wrongly accused for DUI?

Wrongly accused for DUI? Topic: Dui case stories
June 16, 2019 / By Heck
Question: This girl , 2 of my friends and i were driving home in the morning. MY friends were arguing with some people we knew on the street and we had been drinking. so we stopped at a gas station later and they followed us. NOTE I WAS NOT DRIVING THE ENTIRE TIME. so they wanted to start fighting and they called the cops. cops came and the confrontation ended. i was in the gas station buying me a drink. when i was coming out they asked me if it was my truck i said yes. they asked me to breather test but nuthing showed. i told them i was not driving but this girl was. the girl was not drunk at all. they asked her she said yes. but the people who they got into the fight with said it was me . i was then arrested for dui. i had to 2 prior but i was on probabtion for the last month. did all my classes paid all my fees. can i fight this? and what are my chances of it getting thrown out I WAS NOT DRIVING.
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Eliphalet Eliphalet | 4 days ago
you have two priors and presently on probation or just retired from probation...hmmmmm? One thing certainly not in your favor is you've been down this road before not once but twice You can fight anything; however, in your case I would hire a very good lawyer and hope for the best. Something in your story is missing and from your subjective rendition of the facts it is keenly glaring that you were likely on this third offense doing something you should not have been doing...you have trouble ahead of you
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Eliphalet Originally Answered: Wrongly accused for DUI?
you have two priors and presently on probation or just retired from probation...hmmmmm? One thing certainly not in your favor is you've been down this road before not once but twice You can fight anything; however, in your case I would hire a very good lawyer and hope for the best. Something in your story is missing and from your subjective rendition of the facts it is keenly glaring that you were likely on this third offense doing something you should not have been doing...you have trouble ahead of you
Eliphalet Originally Answered: Wrongly accused for DUI?
Jes i hate some of the B.S. comments some people make. You people are morons. YES, fight it. They don't have any proof you were driving (or intent to drive). I am also assuming that you have hired an attorney in the past for one of your priors? Well, if not, contact one from here or fill out on of there forms. This site will send you the info a specialized DWI attorney in your area. http://www.DWIAttorney.com Or this site, they do the same thing: http://www.dwi.com/ Good luck! You should be fine.

Chaz Chaz
Jes i hate some of the B.S. comments some people make. You people are morons. YES, fight it. They don't have any proof you were driving (or intent to drive). I am also assuming that you have hired an attorney in the past for one of your priors? Well, if not, contact one from here or fill out on of there forms. This site will send you the info a specialized DWI attorney in your area. http://www.DWIAttorney.com Or this site, they do the same thing: http://www.dwi.com/ Good luck! You should be fine.
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Alvyn Alvyn
If you were not driving and you have a witness that can swear to that fact, you should not have to face a D.U.I. charge. If you are on probation however, you should not be drinking at all, and you could be charged with violating probation
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Alvyn Originally Answered: Accused of plagiarism?
This does sound like a bit of a raw deal. If it were me, I think I would ask for further clarification on the grade -- the C grade might reflect more than just the small error you mentioned. Maybe your handling of the topic did not justify a higher grade or maybe the writing overall had some problems. Maybe the instructor just has very high standards for B and A grades. I would think your instructor would mention the reasons for the C in the notes she left on the paper, but maybe not. So, I would ask for clarification and I would ask her to definitively state that you were not suspected or accused of any plagiarism. If the justification for the lower grade was that "possible" plagiarism issue, but you have been cleared of that, then I would ask for another grade. I might also compare notes with other students in the class. It'll be awkward to ask others about their grades, but if you can, ask some of the other students if they felt the grading of their papers was overly harsh or if they satisfied with their grades. If your research shows that most of your peers got Bs and As for similar work, this might reinforce your case. If the instructor is inflexible on the point, then I would take it up with your academic adviser and maybe the dean or head of the department. It would be most appropriate to appeal the matter to the instructor's immediate supervisor and it would be courteous to inform the instructor that you are doing so. Try not to get angry or make it personal. Be polite and reasonable at all times. Again, this is awkward because it can make you sound like a complainer, but as I said -- it sounds like you may have been mistreated because some plagiarism program flagged your work. It's very important that you understand why you are doing this -- it is not necessarily to get a better grade, but to ensure that your grade was fair. If it comes out that the instructor sincerely believes that you deserved the C, accept it. It is only one assignment in one class, and it is not worth wasting too much time or getting a bad reputation over this. I wish you well!

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