A: no i dont think so becuase they flop the inmates passed their ped i know someone is pased their ped like 8 years so theres no such thing of fixed time they want to keep the inmates to get money to keep them locked up so dont keep you hopes up
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I've Been Charged With DUI... What Happens Next? Coeur d'Alene Attorney Jim Bendell Explains
www.coeurdalenetriallawyer.com Idaho attorney Jim Bendell talks about what you should do if you've been arrested in a DUI case and how an experienced attorney can be a true asset. If you've been arrested for Driving Under the Influence (or DUI), this can be a very serious charge that can cause extreme trouble for you. DUI arrests have very serious consequences including very large fines, revoked licenses and even jail time. So how do you fight this charge? You need an experienced attorney who knows what to look for in your DUI arrest. An experienced attorney understands what to look for in your arrest with the officer, the breathalyzer test and any other equipment used in your arrest. Were the machines calibrated properly? Was the officer trained properly on how to use the machine and did he use it correctly during your arrest? There are many other little things that need to be questioned and if not answered correctly can result in your results being thrown out and your DUI case becoming much less severe. DUI cases can destroy lives and you need the best attorney to help you avoid horrible consequences. Watch the video now to learn more. For more information about DUI law and my firm, visit our educational website at www.coeurdalenetriallawyer.com, where we fight hard for your case. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (208) 665-4600. I welcome your call. Attorney James Bendell The Grupp Law Firm 842 W. Kathleen Ave. Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815 (208) 665-4600 ...
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