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That is a mistake that is fairly common, unfortunately it is not something that will be of value to you in the original case. You have been damaged by their actions and that is secondary to the original issue. You should try to get the error admission in writing, you can then go to file a civil suit against them for the damages. They can claim governmental immunity though, you might need an attorney to file this, you could also see if the arresting agency has insurance that you can fiile against. .

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WHEN ASKING THIS WHY DO YOU NOT USE THE PRISON SYSTEM BUT I DO NOT THINK YOU CAN .

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The judge in conjunction with prosecutors and police.

who determines bail Google Search

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so do I!!!!!!

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because it only requires you to ring the local courthouse and ask for yourself

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10 million dollars us

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you cant. you do the crime you do the time. period...no free rides

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Florida law punishes DUI repeat-offenders more severely than drivers who are convicted of first-offense DUI. A third-offense DUI typically carries penalties including fines, license suspension, vehicle impoundment, and having to install an ignition interlock device (IID). If a motorist's third DUI comes within ten years of one of the prior two DUIs, there's also mandatory jail time. The penalties for a third DUI conviction are further enhanced where the driver had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .15% or more, was involved in an accident resulting in property damage or someone being injured, or had a passenger who was under 18 years old.

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Generally no. If the DUI is still pending some prosecutors will dismiss if they have proof that you will join the armed forces and the charge is the only thing holding you back. If already convicted, you'll need to consult an attorney to see if your state allows an expungement or something similar. Check with a recruiter too because they may make an exception. The general rule is they won't accept you with a criminal history.

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Go to the agency that made the arrest. The substation or main HQ, Records Department. Give it at least 3-5 days before it it is available from the day of the incident. You must be a party in the report. Depending on their policy they may charge you or give you the first copy free. Usu about 7-15 dollars. The names and addresses of individuals may be redacted (blacked-out) for liability reasons but nearly all the information you are seeking will be there. Get a lawyer. DO NOT go to court on your own or whoever this is for.

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Yes, it varies by state and most definitely will loose the drivers license, probation, fines, community service, possibly classes.

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It depends on the laws of your country, state, or province.

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