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When you have multiple out-of-state DUI warrants, hire an attorney experienced in DUI matters. It’s not easy to predict what will happen when you have out-of-state DUI warrants as it depends on your personal criminal history. Especially if you have multiple DUI or DWI offenses on your record. It is in your best interest to take care of the DUI charge in your former state as soon as possible as it will become increasingly expensive and time-consuming.→ Read More
If the police officer asks you to step out of the car, comply. You don’t want to be charged with a criminal offense for obstructing justice as well as a drunk driving charge. At this point in the stop, the officer is only interested in collecting evidence against you to support an arrest and the criminal charge of DUI/DWI. The officer will ask/order you to perform what are known as standard field sobriety tests.→ Read More
I was stopped for suspicion of DUI, not charged, but asked to appear in court. If I didn’t go and it’s been a year, was the case dropped?
No, your DUI case was not dropped. A warrant was very likely issued for your arrest for ‘failure to appear in court’ (known as FTA). You haven’t heard anything more because usually in these cases, the authorities merely wait until you are pulled over for an unrelated violation and then most likely bring you on charges for failure to appear; it’s cheaper for the city than sending out officers to search for you. If you wait for them to stumble upon you, you will likely stay in jail until the case is resolved or have a high bail set on you.→ Read More