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Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: "John" ()
Date: January 06, 2019 03:57PM

I need help with this terrible situation I have. I recently had ankle surgery and was prescribed Percocet. On Friday night I went to Outback and had dinner and 3 Fosters lager beer. I was perfectly fine until I got pulled over on Braddock rd before Wakefield chapel rd. The cop asked for my license, insurance, registration etc. He asked if I have been drinking and I said yes "3 beers with dinner". He immediately ordered me out of the car and had me do numerouis tests and I told him about my ankle recovering and it was hard to balance on it still. He ended up charging me with DUI and I was in jail all night. I know Greenspun is the best but he is expensive. Any other reccomendations? Thanks

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: ghtdc ()
Date: January 06, 2019 04:00PM

"John" Wrote:
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> I need help with this terrible situation I have. I
> recently had ankle surgery and was prescribed
> Percocet. On Friday night I went to Outback and
> had dinner and 3 Fosters lager beer. I was
> perfectly fine until I got pulled over on Braddock
> rd before Wakefield chapel rd. The cop asked for
> my license, insurance, registration etc. He asked
> if I have been drinking and I said yes "3 beers
> with dinner". He immediately ordered me out of the
> car and had me do numerouis tests and I told him
> about my ankle recovering and it was hard to
> balance on it still. He ended up charging me with
> DUI and I was in jail all night. I know Greenspun
> is the best but he is expensive. Any other
> reccomendations? Thanks

Get a free public defender and face the music you fat fuck.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: A.A. is the Answer ()
Date: January 06, 2019 04:03PM

Just finding a good lawyer to get you out of this situation only fixes part of the problem. If you're an alcoholic, then you have to properly deal with those issues too. Or, you'll be back in the same condition within a few years or less.

What did you blow on the breathalyzer? Higher than a .08?

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: "John" ()
Date: January 06, 2019 04:05PM

A.A. is the Answer Wrote:
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> Just finding a good lawyer to get you out of this
> situation only fixes part of the problem. If
> you're an alcoholic, then you have to properly
> deal with those issues too. Or, you'll be back in
> the same condition within a few years or less.
>
> What did you blow on the breathalyzer? Higher
> than a .08?


I refused the test.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: Your fault ()
Date: January 06, 2019 04:09PM

Mixing Percocet with alcohol regardless on a full stomach is your own damn fault and you need to have your license suspended you idiot.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Date: January 06, 2019 04:36PM

"John" Wrote:
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> I refused the test.

YUGE mistake. It is VERY unlikely (unless you are a scrawny fuck) that three beers over the course of a dinner would put you over 0.08. You would literally have to weigh 120 pounds or less.

OTOH, I wonder why the cop asked if you were drinking. I have been pulled over a few times in my life, and no officer has ever asked me that. Why were you pulled over in the first place? Were you driving erratically? If so, then maybe you NEED a DUI.

Making America Great Again! Imprison Trump for Lying about the Wall.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/06/2019 04:37PM by Number One Deplorable.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: buy a breathalizer ()
Date: January 06, 2019 04:47PM

If >.15 refuse otherwise blow

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: 'John" ()
Date: January 06, 2019 04:51PM

Number One Deplorable Wrote:
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> "John" Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
>
> > I refused the test.
>
> YUGE mistake. It is VERY unlikely (unless you are
> a scrawny fuck) that three beers over the course
> of a dinner would put you over 0.08. You would
> literally have to weigh 120 pounds or less.
>
> OTOH, I wonder why the cop asked if you were
> drinking. I have been pulled over a few times in
> my life, and no officer has ever asked me that.
> Why were you pulled over in the first place? Were
> you driving erratically? If so, then maybe you
> NEED a DUI.


It is the fucking Percocet that made me feel weird which makes it my fault kind of which is why I am getting Greenspun. I made my mind up. Greenspun. My fault taking the Percocet in the molrning which intensified the alcohol.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: I know nothink ()
Date: January 06, 2019 05:09PM

I'm pretty sure that if you admit to having just 1 beer they either have to test you, or, might be able to test you, as it represents probable cause.

Not a good idea to admitting to having anything.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: Riccardo ()
Date: January 06, 2019 05:10PM

'John" Wrote:
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> Number One Deplorable Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > "John" Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> >
> > > I refused the test.
> >
> > YUGE mistake. It is VERY unlikely (unless you
> are
> > a scrawny fuck) that three beers over the
> course
> > of a dinner would put you over 0.08. You would
> > literally have to weigh 120 pounds or less.
> >
> > OTOH, I wonder why the cop asked if you were
> > drinking. I have been pulled over a few times
> in
> > my life, and no officer has ever asked me that.
>
> > Why were you pulled over in the first place?
> Were
> > you driving erratically? If so, then maybe you
> > NEED a DUI.
>
>
> It is the fucking Percocet that made me feel weird
> which makes it my fault kind of which is why I am
> getting Greenspun. I made my mind up. Greenspun.
> My fault taking the Percocet in the molrning which
> intensified the alcohol.

Tell it to the judge, you dumb ass. As a defense, tell them your last name is Kennedy or Clinton. Then they will drop all charges.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: shakingMYdamnHEAD ()
Date: January 06, 2019 05:18PM

Number One Deplorable Wrote:
> YUGE mistake.

If you're going to make America great again can you also please learn to spell? It's HUGE, not YUGE.

smh...

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: Officer Friendly ()
Date: January 06, 2019 05:24PM

'John" Wrote:
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> Number One Deplorable Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > "John" Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> >
> > > I refused the test.
> >
> > YUGE mistake. It is VERY unlikely (unless you
> are
> > a scrawny fuck) that three beers over the
> course
> > of a dinner would put you over 0.08. You would
> > literally have to weigh 120 pounds or less.
> >
> > OTOH, I wonder why the cop asked if you were
> > drinking. I have been pulled over a few times
> in
> > my life, and no officer has ever asked me that.
>
> > Why were you pulled over in the first place?
> Were
> > you driving erratically? If so, then maybe you
> > NEED a DUI.
>
>
> It is the fucking Percocet that made me feel weird
> which makes it my fault kind of which is why I am
> getting Greenspun. I made my mind up. Greenspun.
> My fault taking the Percocet in the molrning which
> intensified the alcohol.

YOU ARE FUCKED -


The bottle that the medication came has a warning label that CLEARLY states that do NOT drive or operate machinery while taking, AND that alcohol will increase effect.

This situation is going to cost you about 15K for fines, lawyers, ASAP, starter interlock device for a restricted license, and AA Meetings.


Just wait until your insurance company drops you, and you will also be required to carry SR-22 insurance on top of everything else.


Enjoy the next 5 years!
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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Date: January 06, 2019 05:46PM

BTW, didn't they require you to do a breathalyzer at the jail? I don't believe you can legally refuse that. If you did that, what did you blow?

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: Answerer of OP questions ()
Date: January 06, 2019 05:59PM

"John" Wrote:
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>
>
>
> I refused the test.


1. Go to CVS

2. Purchase a tube of KY and a large syringe.

3. Grease yourself up.

4. Bend over.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: vh ()
Date: January 06, 2019 06:00PM

The advice is here is from retards.

- Don't ever admit to having anything to drink. That establishes PC for the police.
- Perform the field sobriety test, but refuse the breath test. That's not a crime. Refusing the blood test at the station is a crime.
- By the time you actually get your blood drawn your BAC should be much lower.
- Don't answer ANY questions whatsoever. Ask for an attorney.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: But Still ()
Date: January 06, 2019 06:11PM

vh Wrote:
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> The advice is here is from retards.
>
> - Don't ever admit to having anything to drink.
> That establishes PC for the police.
> - Perform the field sobriety test, but refuse the
> breath test. That's not a crime. Refusing the
> blood test at the station is a crime.
> - By the time you actually get your blood drawn
> your BAC should be much lower.
> - Don't answer ANY questions whatsoever. Ask for
> an attorney.


That's sure some good advice - encouraging the drunks to keep drinking and driving and providing a "way" for them to proceed when pulled over.

Don't drink and drive - it's not that difficult. Use Uber, Lyft, etc. $10.00 to get home is less than $15K in fees/fines - along will possibly killing yourself or another innocent person.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: All except ()
Date: January 06, 2019 07:32PM

Yes don't drink and drive is always the best policy. But we've all messed up and 0.08 is really not as "drunk" as you think it is. Nothing wrong with having a game plan should you find yourself in this type of situation.

Always refuse field sobriety AND the tube blow. The cop is just trying to establish probable cause for arrest at this point.

Don't say you have been drinking and don't say you haven't if you have - just say that you prefer not to answer.

If you think you are drunk, let the cop arrest you (on minimal probable cause so you at least have a chance that the arrest itself can get thrown out on probable cause grounds). You now have some time for the BAC to drop before you get the test at the station.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Date: January 06, 2019 08:28PM

vh Wrote:
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> The advice is here is from retards.
>
> - Don't ever admit to having anything to drink.
> That establishes PC for the police.
> - Perform the field sobriety test, but refuse the
> breath test. That's not a crime. Refusing the
> blood test at the station is a crime.
> - By the time you actually get your blood drawn
> your BAC should be much lower.
> - Don't answer ANY questions whatsoever. Ask for
> an attorney.

Nonsense, Junior Perry Mason.

Say you are a 180 pound dude who had three beers with dinner like the OP. The MOST you will blow is 0.05. Probably less. But if you refuse, the hassle and expense will be enormous. In that case, if you're going to refuse anything, refuse the field sobriety test and take the breathalyzer.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: The Facts ()
Date: January 06, 2019 09:35PM

There is a lot missing from the OP's story. Refusing either the breath or blood test is a separate offense in Virginia.

If a police officer requests you submit to a breath or blood test to determine your BAC level and you unreasonably refuse, the police officer is required to advise you of the consequences of a refusal. Your refusal can be used against you in court and may result in the revocation of your driver’s license.

If you still refuse to submit to testing, then the officer will fill out a form that will be forwarded to a magistrate judge who will issue a warrant charging you with violating Virginia’s Implied Consent Law. You will be required to answer the charge in court just as you would with any misdemeanor charge, separate from the DUI charge.

For a first refusal, you may lose your driver’s license for one year, and you will NOT be eligible for a restricted driving permit during all of that time. For a second refusal within a ten-year period, which is a criminal charge, you will lose your license for three years plus more asspain. Remember this is all in addition to the DUI.

You've made a bad situation worse. GET A GOOD LAWYER.

Here is the VA Code:

§ 18.2-268.2. Implied consent to post-arrest testing to determine drug or alcohol content of blood.
A. Any person, whether licensed by Virginia or not, who operates a motor vehicle upon a highway, as defined in § 46.2-100, in the Commonwealth shall be deemed thereby, as a condition of such operation, to have consented to have samples of his blood, breath, or both blood and breath taken for a chemical test to determine the alcohol, drug, or both alcohol and drug content of his blood, if he is arrested for violation of § 18.2-266, 18.2-266.1, or subsection B of § 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance within three hours of the alleged offense.
B. Any person so arrested for a violation of clause (i) or (ii) of § 18.2-266 or both, § 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of § 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance shall submit to a breath test. If the breath test is unavailable or the person is physically unable to submit to the breath test, a blood test shall be given. The accused shall, prior to administration of the test, be advised by the person administering the test that he has the right to observe the process of analysis and to see the blood-alcohol reading on the equipment used to perform the breath test. If the equipment automatically produces a written printout of the breath test result, the printout, or a copy, shall be given to the accused.
C. A person, after having been arrested for a violation of clause (iii), (iv), or (v) of § 18.2-266 or § 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of § 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance, may be required to submit to a blood test to determine the drug or both drug and alcohol content of his blood. When a person, after having been arrested for a violation of § 18.2-266 (i) or (ii) or both, submits to a breath test in accordance with subsection B or refuses to take or is incapable of taking such a breath test, he may be required to submit to tests to determine the drug or both drug and alcohol content of his blood if the law-enforcement officer has reasonable cause to believe the person was driving under the influence of any drug or combination of drugs, or the combined influence of alcohol and drugs.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: fostersboy ()
Date: January 06, 2019 11:34PM

Would that be 3 of the 25 oz cans of fosters which would be like drinking 6.5 beers.......

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: 3rewdf ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:22AM


gerrymanderer2 (OP) posts several lies on ffu daily - many think he's a fx co gov worker who is getting paid to do it for false DNC democrat "advertising"

This situation is going to cost you about 15K for fines, lawyers, ASAP, starter interlock device for a restricted license, and AA Meetings.

$15,000 in fines? consider shooting the judge.


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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: eu9kd ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:23AM

driving privelage is one thing, eviction and death and contrived debt and slavery is another

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: 3x34v ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:28AM

people will tell you any number, see how it sticks, and try to push you for whatever you HAVE (which btw, fx co gov knows by accessing your private information)

see what other people paid - by asking them

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: erdffs ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:28AM

The Facts Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> There is a lot missing from the OP's story.
> Refusing either the breath or blood test is a
> separate offense in Virginia.
>
> If a police officer requests you submit to a
> breath or blood test to determine your BAC level
> and you unreasonably refuse, the police officer is
> required to advise you of the consequences of a
> refusal. Your refusal can be used against you in
> court and may result in the revocation of your
> driver’s license.
>
> If you still refuse to submit to testing, then the
> officer will fill out a form that will be
> forwarded to a magistrate judge who will issue a
> warrant charging you with violating Virginia’s
> Implied Consent Law. You will be required to
> answer the charge in court just as you would with
> any misdemeanor charge, separate from the DUI
> charge.
>
> For a first refusal, you may lose your driver’s
> license for one year, and you will NOT be eligible
> for a restricted driving permit during all of that
> time. For a second refusal within a ten-year
> period, which is a criminal charge, you will lose
> your license for three years plus more asspain.
> Remember this is all in addition to the DUI.
>
> You've made a bad situation worse. GET A GOOD
> LAWYER.
>
> Here is the VA Code:
>
> § 18.2-268.2. Implied consent to post-arrest
> testing to determine drug or alcohol content of
> blood.
> A. Any person, whether licensed by Virginia or
> not, who operates a motor vehicle upon a highway,
> as defined in § 46.2-100, in the Commonwealth
> shall be deemed thereby, as a condition of such
> operation, to have consented to have samples of
> his blood, breath, or both blood and breath taken
> for a chemical test to determine the alcohol,
> drug, or both alcohol and drug content of his
> blood, if he is arrested for violation of §
> 18.2-266, 18.2-266.1, or subsection B of §
> 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance within three
> hours of the alleged offense.
> B. Any person so arrested for a violation of
> clause (i) or (ii) of § 18.2-266 or both, §
> 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of § 18.2-272 or of a
> similar ordinance shall submit to a breath test.
> If the breath test is unavailable or the person is
> physically unable to submit to the breath test, a
> blood test shall be given. The accused shall,
> prior to administration of the test, be advised by
> the person administering the test that he has the
> right to observe the process of analysis and to
> see the blood-alcohol reading on the equipment
> used to perform the breath test. If the equipment
> automatically produces a written printout of the
> breath test result, the printout, or a copy, shall
> be given to the accused.
> C. A person, after having been arrested for a
> violation of clause (iii), (iv), or (v) of §
> 18.2-266 or § 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of §
> 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance, may be
> required to submit to a blood test to determine
> the drug or both drug and alcohol content of his
> blood. When a person, after having been arrested
> for a violation of § 18.2-266 (i) or (ii) or
> both, submits to a breath test in accordance with
> subsection B or refuses to take or is incapable of
> taking such a breath test, he may be required to
> submit to tests to determine the drug or both drug
> and alcohol content of his blood if the
> law-enforcement officer has reasonable cause to
> believe the person was driving under the influence
> of any drug or combination of drugs, or the
> combined influence of alcohol and drugs.




gerrymanderer2 (OP) posts several lies on ffu daily - many think he's a fx co gov worker who is getting paid to do it for false DNC democrat "advertising"


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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: Clifton 9 ()
Date: January 07, 2019 11:27AM

Greenspun is the best but not cheap. He will help you tremendously but you have to pay him the right price. Never mix opioids and alcohol again even if you took one in the morning.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: 7dwth ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:17PM

the problem is the Court has to keep you from drinking and driving

the CLINTON / OBAMA factor is the government assumes, for the purpose of political "filtering" of cases and top down control and money: is that everyone who drinks drives and everyone who drinks and drives gets in an accident

the problem is that the truth is that any person who is confirmed to drink drunk and drive is a significant danger on today's roads (high traffic), and a statistical danger otherwise

the problem is the Court has absolutely no way to "achieve" their objective. prisons are not built and meant to hold drunks: they are meant for killers and bernie madoff

AND THERE IS YOUR ANSWER

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: 7dwth ( ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:21PM

so you can imagine they should be banned to an area where no-one has access to automobiles (perhaps golf carts?) or at least that people who don't want to be around drunk drivers: are not

YMCA are all closed so that avenue is gone

the city allows one to walk

----------------

now once you've actually solved the problem without killing the drunk: do you make it illegal for them to drink and remove the alcohol or leave them to their own devices ?

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: Kentucky Luck ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:22PM

That's all of California. What's your point?

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: pointless hack ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:28PM

Tell them it's the death penalty, show on fake news people being "executed", they'll run to mexico!

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: xygtc ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:32PM

taking keys and warnings are unlikely to work - but what about the "innocents" where it does work? proven failure.

seizure of automobile is BOTH a proven failure and un-Constitutional - it's quartering of troops and a seizure of property that are both illegal as hell - and grounds for a revolution ... (assuming there is not a debt of the same amount the person has had 30 days to pay ... but debt since Clinton is CONTRIVED so government cannot really claim anyone is in debt - thanks OBAMA !!)

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: drunk driver5 ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:37PM

The Facts Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> There is a lot missing from the OP's story.
> Refusing either the breath or blood test is a
> separate offense in Virginia.
>
> If a police officer requests you submit to a
> breath or blood test to determine your BAC level
> and you unreasonably refuse, the police officer is
> required to advise you of the consequences of a
> refusal. Your refusal can be used against you in
> court and may result in the revocation of your
> driver’s license.
>
> If you still refuse to submit to testing, then the
> officer will fill out a form that will be
> forwarded to a magistrate judge who will issue a
> warrant charging you with violating Virginia’s
> Implied Consent Law. You will be required to
> answer the charge in court just as you would with
> any misdemeanor charge, separate from the DUI
> charge.
>
> For a first refusal, you may lose your driver’s
> license for one year, and you will NOT be eligible
> for a restricted driving permit during all of that
> time. For a second refusal within a ten-year
> period, which is a criminal charge, you will lose
> your license for three years plus more asspain.
> Remember this is all in addition to the DUI.
>
> You've made a bad situation worse. GET A GOOD
> LAWYER.
>
> Here is the VA Code:
>
> § 18.2-268.2. Implied consent to post-arrest
> testing to determine drug or alcohol content of
> blood.
> A. Any person, whether licensed by Virginia or
> not, who operates a motor vehicle upon a highway,
> as defined in § 46.2-100, in the Commonwealth
> shall be deemed thereby, as a condition of such
> operation, to have consented to have samples of
> his blood, breath, or both blood and breath taken
> for a chemical test to determine the alcohol,
> drug, or both alcohol and drug content of his
> blood, if he is arrested for violation of §
> 18.2-266, 18.2-266.1, or subsection B of §
> 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance within three
> hours of the alleged offense.
> B. Any person so arrested for a violation of
> clause (i) or (ii) of § 18.2-266 or both, §
> 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of § 18.2-272 or of a
> similar ordinance shall submit to a breath test.
> If the breath test is unavailable or the person is
> physically unable to submit to the breath test, a
> blood test shall be given. The accused shall,
> prior to administration of the test, be advised by
> the person administering the test that he has the
> right to observe the process of analysis and to
> see the blood-alcohol reading on the equipment
> used to perform the breath test. If the equipment
> automatically produces a written printout of the
> breath test result, the printout, or a copy, shall
> be given to the accused.
> C. A person, after having been arrested for a
> violation of clause (iii), (iv), or (v) of §
> 18.2-266 or § 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of §
> 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance, may be
> required to submit to a blood test to determine
> the drug or both drug and alcohol content of his
> blood. When a person, after having been arrested
> for a violation of § 18.2-266 (i) or (ii) or
> both, submits to a breath test in accordance with
> subsection B or refuses to take or is incapable of
> taking such a breath test, he may be required to
> submit to tests to determine the drug or both drug
> and alcohol content of his blood if the
> law-enforcement officer has reasonable cause to
> believe the person was driving under the influence
> of any drug or combination of drugs, or the
> combined influence of alcohol and drugs.



Sounds like OP fucked up by opening his mouth. But if you refuse and keep your mouth shut, the DUI gets dropped most of the time depending on what you were doing prior to getting pulled over and how you maintain yourself throughout the process.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: eu9dt ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:38PM

proven failures aren't any warning to democrats

DC has started a new initiative to fine people $500 for: MAKING A RIGHT ON RED

the city has a way of eating people alive just as canibals do, infact I'll go ahead and call them actual cannibals

a little by little they introduce "one more fine" until people are in debt before they're born and living in a box unless they are criminals

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: f9xem ()
Date: January 07, 2019 12:39PM

drunk driver5 Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> The Facts Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > There is a lot missing from the OP's story.
> > Refusing either the breath or blood test is a
> > separate offense in Virginia.
> >
> > If a police officer requests you submit to a
> > breath or blood test to determine your BAC
> level
> > and you unreasonably refuse, the police officer
> is
> > required to advise you of the consequences of a
> > refusal. Your refusal can be used against you
> in
> > court and may result in the revocation of your
> > driver’s license.
> >
> > If you still refuse to submit to testing, then
> the
> > officer will fill out a form that will be
> > forwarded to a magistrate judge who will issue
> a
> > warrant charging you with violating
> Virginia’s
> > Implied Consent Law. You will be required to
> > answer the charge in court just as you would
> with
> > any misdemeanor charge, separate from the DUI
> > charge.
> >
> > For a first refusal, you may lose your
> driver’s
> > license for one year, and you will NOT be
> eligible
> > for a restricted driving permit during all of
> that
> > time. For a second refusal within a ten-year
> > period, which is a criminal charge, you will
> lose
> > your license for three years plus more asspain.
> > Remember this is all in addition to the DUI.
> >
> > You've made a bad situation worse. GET A GOOD
> > LAWYER.
> >
> > Here is the VA Code:
> >
> > § 18.2-268.2. Implied consent to
> post-arrest
> > testing to determine drug or alcohol content of
> > blood.
> > A. Any person, whether licensed by Virginia or
> > not, who operates a motor vehicle upon a
> highway,
> > as defined in § 46.2-100, in the Commonwealth
> > shall be deemed thereby, as a condition of such
> > operation, to have consented to have samples of
> > his blood, breath, or both blood and breath
> taken
> > for a chemical test to determine the alcohol,
> > drug, or both alcohol and drug content of his
> > blood, if he is arrested for violation of §
> > 18.2-266, 18.2-266.1, or subsection B of §
> > 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance within three
> > hours of the alleged offense.
> > B. Any person so arrested for a violation of
> > clause (i) or (ii) of § 18.2-266 or both, §
> > 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of § 18.2-272 or of
> a
> > similar ordinance shall submit to a breath
> test.
> > If the breath test is unavailable or the person
> is
> > physically unable to submit to the breath test,
> a
> > blood test shall be given. The accused shall,
> > prior to administration of the test, be advised
> by
> > the person administering the test that he has
> the
> > right to observe the process of analysis and to
> > see the blood-alcohol reading on the equipment
> > used to perform the breath test. If the
> equipment
> > automatically produces a written printout of
> the
> > breath test result, the printout, or a copy,
> shall
> > be given to the accused.
> > C. A person, after having been arrested for a
> > violation of clause (iii), (iv), or (v) of §
> > 18.2-266 or § 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of §
> > 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance, may be
> > required to submit to a blood test to determine
> > the drug or both drug and alcohol content of
> his
> > blood. When a person, after having been
> arrested
> > for a violation of § 18.2-266 (i) or (ii) or
> > both, submits to a breath test in accordance
> with
> > subsection B or refuses to take or is incapable
> of
> > taking such a breath test, he may be required
> to
> > submit to tests to determine the drug or both
> drug
> > and alcohol content of his blood if the
> > law-enforcement officer has reasonable cause to
> > believe the person was driving under the
> influence
> > of any drug or combination of drugs, or the
> > combined influence of alcohol and drugs.

>
>
> Sounds like OP fucked up by opening his mouth. But
> if you refuse and keep your mouth shut, the DUI
> gets dropped most of the time depending on what
> you were doing prior to getting pulled over and
> how you maintain yourself throughout the process.


gerrymanderer2 (OP) posts several lies on ffu daily - many think he's a fx co gov worker who is getting paid to do it for false DNC democrat "advertising"

YOU'VE ONLY PROVED SO FAR YOU ARE AN INCREDIBLE FAILURE

I DON'T THINK THAT GIVES YOU AN AWARD TO CONTINUE TALKING


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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: OP is A Moron ()
Date: January 07, 2019 04:33PM

OP you are an inconsiderate fuck and I hope they jail your stupid ass. Stay off the road when you are high and have been drinking. Hats off to the cop that took you out of the public realm that night. He saved not only your life but others you could have impacted. What the fuck makes you think you were wronged in some way? Inconsiderate fuck. Hope Bubba creams you regularly in prison. Get used to seeing this where you're going.
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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: self righteous fag^ ()
Date: January 07, 2019 04:53PM

When you're an incel there aren't many reasons why you would be drinking and driving. I'm out here fucking these bitches to sleep and driving my ass home, maybe a little tipsy at times.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: J F ()
Date: January 08, 2019 11:56AM

Greenspun should help but you made a bad decision and hopefully learned a lesson. Way too expensive for this bullshit. Call some stinky uber next time. I know most of them smell like shit but they get you home safe.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: vxetu ()
Date: January 08, 2019 01:18PM

drunk driver5 Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> The Facts Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > There is a lot missing from the OP's story.
> > Refusing either the breath or blood test is a
> > separate offense in Virginia.
> >
> > If a police officer requests you submit to a
> > breath or blood test to determine your BAC
> level
> > and you unreasonably refuse, the police officer
> is
> > required to advise you of the consequences of a
> > refusal. Your refusal can be used against you
> in
> > court and may result in the revocation of your
> > driver’s license.
> >
> > If you still refuse to submit to testing, then
> the
> > officer will fill out a form that will be
> > forwarded to a magistrate judge who will issue
> a
> > warrant charging you with violating
> Virginia’s
> > Implied Consent Law. You will be required to
> > answer the charge in court just as you would
> with
> > any misdemeanor charge, separate from the DUI
> > charge.
> >
> > For a first refusal, you may lose your
> driver’s
> > license for one year, and you will NOT be
> eligible
> > for a restricted driving permit during all of
> that
> > time. For a second refusal within a ten-year
> > period, which is a criminal charge, you will
> lose
> > your license for three years plus more asspain.
> > Remember this is all in addition to the DUI.
> >
> > You've made a bad situation worse. GET A GOOD
> > LAWYER.
> >
> > Here is the VA Code:
> >
> > § 18.2-268.2. Implied consent to
> post-arrest
> > testing to determine drug or alcohol content of
> > blood.
> > A. Any person, whether licensed by Virginia or
> > not, who operates a motor vehicle upon a
> highway,
> > as defined in § 46.2-100, in the Commonwealth
> > shall be deemed thereby, as a condition of such
> > operation, to have consented to have samples of
> > his blood, breath, or both blood and breath
> taken
> > for a chemical test to determine the alcohol,
> > drug, or both alcohol and drug content of his
> > blood, if he is arrested for violation of §
> > 18.2-266, 18.2-266.1, or subsection B of §
> > 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance within three
> > hours of the alleged offense.
> > B. Any person so arrested for a violation of
> > clause (i) or (ii) of § 18.2-266 or both, §
> > 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of § 18.2-272 or of
> a
> > similar ordinance shall submit to a breath
> test.
> > If the breath test is unavailable or the person
> is
> > physically unable to submit to the breath test,
> a
> > blood test shall be given. The accused shall,
> > prior to administration of the test, be advised
> by
> > the person administering the test that he has
> the
> > right to observe the process of analysis and to
> > see the blood-alcohol reading on the equipment
> > used to perform the breath test. If the
> equipment
> > automatically produces a written printout of
> the
> > breath test result, the printout, or a copy,
> shall
> > be given to the accused.
> > C. A person, after having been arrested for a
> > violation of clause (iii), (iv), or (v) of §
> > 18.2-266 or § 18.2-266.1 or subsection B of §
> > 18.2-272 or of a similar ordinance, may be
> > required to submit to a blood test to determine
> > the drug or both drug and alcohol content of
> his
> > blood. When a person, after having been
> arrested
> > for a violation of § 18.2-266 (i) or (ii) or
> > both, submits to a breath test in accordance
> with
> > subsection B or refuses to take or is incapable
> of
> > taking such a breath test, he may be required
> to
> > submit to tests to determine the drug or both
> drug
> > and alcohol content of his blood if the
> > law-enforcement officer has reasonable cause to
> > believe the person was driving under the
> influence
> > of any drug or combination of drugs, or the
> > combined influence of alcohol and drugs.
>
>
> Sounds like OP fucked up by opening his mouth. But
> if you refuse and keep your mouth shut, the DUI
> gets dropped most of the time depending on what
> you were doing prior to getting pulled over and
> how you maintain yourself throughout the process.


gerrymanderer2 (OP) posts several lies on ffu daily - many think he's a fx co gov worker who is getting paid to do it for false DNC democrat "advertising"



Judges and Gerry: YOU'VE ONLY PROVED SO FAR YOU ARE AN INCREDIBLE FAILURE

I DON'T THINK THAT GIVES YOU AN AWARD TO CONTINUE TALKING

why not shut up for a change?


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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: MyMay ()
Date: May 10, 2019 04:36PM

What about free public defender? There should be any. My father once used help of these lawyers https://mosheslaw.com/laborandemployment/age-discrimination-lawyer-nyc/ I'm not sure about the price but you can consult about it if you still need



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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: "Mike" ()
Date: May 11, 2019 01:36PM

"John" Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> I need help with this terrible situation I have. I
> recently had ankle surgery and was prescribed
> Percocet. On Friday night I went to Outback and
> had dinner and 3 Fosters lager beer. I was
> perfectly fine until I got pulled over on Braddock
> rd before Wakefield chapel rd. The cop asked for
> my license, insurance, registration etc. He asked
> if I have been drinking and I said yes "3 beers
> with dinner". He immediately ordered me out of the
> car and had me do numerouis tests and I told him
> about my ankle recovering and it was hard to
> balance on it still. He ended up charging me with
> DUI and I was in jail all night. I know Greenspun
> is the best but he is expensive. Any other
> reccomendations? Thanks


How was jail? Narcotics and alcohol are not a good combo.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: what are you thinking ()
Date: May 11, 2019 02:06PM

And by the way, saying you've had ANY beer gives the Po-Po probable cause.

It almost forces them to test you, because the potential of you driving off and getting in a crash after you've told them you've been drinking.

The stupidity of some people.

Do you expect the cop to say, "oh golly gee, I 'preciate you being honest and all, so I'm gonna let you drive off"?

SMH.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: DXPPH ()
Date: May 12, 2019 04:45PM

vh Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> The advice is here is from retards.
>
> - Don't ever admit to having anything to drink.
> That establishes PC for the police.
> - Perform the field sobriety test, but refuse the
> breath test. That's not a crime. Refusing the
> blood test at the station is a crime.
> - By the time you actually get your blood drawn
> your BAC should be much lower.

> - Don't answer ANY questions whatsoever. Ask for
> an attorney.

The bolded part is not necessarily true. I got a personal breathalyzer for my birthday about ten years ago and did some experimenting on myself. Depending on how much you drink, how quickly you drink it, and whether it was on an empty or full stomach, your BAC can rise for a couple of hours after your last drink.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: jepnw ()
Date: May 13, 2019 10:17AM


gerrymanderer2 (OP) posts several lies on ffu daily - many\.10think he's a fx co gov worker who is getting paid to do it for false DNC democrat "advertising". he floods ffu with useless posts to bump down major news, posts fecal matter, mutilated bodies, child porn, foreign drug ads and sneaker ads, tells people to kill themselves and government should seize them and put them on psych pills in prison - decided by democrat gov of course, promotes kangaroo courthouse trials, gives anti-religious rants, gives satanic ritual rants, posts black males with large dicks on white young females, portends white low birth rate and fall of USA, food tampering/poisoning, and anything possible to DEMORALIZE white people on ffu. (perhaps a chinese prisoner or isis member - but definitely knowledgeable of fx co gov from the inside at times). the website operator has told him "not to post or return" which are still posted - not removed, by the sysop: not because of a political leaning but for continual illegal and gross spam along with messages that are only to demoralize if not kill others. he/she plays at financial terrorism as well: continuall reporting false financial data, and fake emergency please from (fake members of the community he makes up)

this is the 1,000th time g2 has RE-posted this fake article, with a bullshit story - very likely all 100 responders to this article are all g2


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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: Ring Ding Dong ()
Date: May 13, 2019 10:29AM

Nexee time, you takee Ubah ol Ryft! You no supposee dlivee rhen takee pahkosett an dlinkee beer! You soopahd asshore! Rhy you go outback, anyhow. Rhy you not comee to my exlemely fine lessalount an ordah by numbah, prease!

fukee sukkee!

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: FD01 ()
Date: May 14, 2019 01:05AM

Why don't you just call your local fire station. They know the best DUI lawyers and have them on speed dial. Do u know how many firefighters get DUI's during the holiday season? But they never lose their job for DUI only for....who am I kidding. You cant lose your job from a fire department no matter how hard you try.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: Black Caulk ()
Date: May 14, 2019 07:29AM

buy a breathalizer Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> If >.15 refuse otherwise blow


Your mom always blows. Most of the time she swallows, but just to keep things interesting sometimes she has them finish in her hair.

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Re: Best DUI Lawyer in Fairfax
Posted by: DUI Defense ()
Date: May 16, 2019 12:59PM

You want Tom Plofchan of Westlake Legal. He is a master of DUI/Refusal cases. It is good you did not blow, but not so great you admitted to drinking. I would take a refusal any day over a DUI.

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