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3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Skipping work today ()
Date: November 04, 2019 08:07AM

What can I expect? It’s been 9 years since my first, 6 since the second. Are penalties harsher even if the first one was so long ago? This one was barely my fault, I almost missed my exit on 66 and hit the brakes a little too hard, and a cop was behind me. Will the judge take that into consideration?

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: But a tent ()
Date: November 04, 2019 08:21AM

Skipping work today Wrote:
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> What can I expect? It’s been 9 years since my
> first, 6 since the second. Are penalties harsher
> even if the first one was so long ago? This one
> was barely my fault, I almost missed my exit on 66
> and hit the brakes a little too hard, and a cop
> was behind me. Will the judge take that into
> consideration?


You will be driven into homelessness by the tyrannical nanny state within the year. Get your affairs in order, purchase camping equipment and head for Shenandoah

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: VikingSkull ()
Date: November 04, 2019 08:25AM

Skipping work today Wrote:
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> What can I expect? It’s been 9 years since my
> first, 6 since the second. Are penalties harsher
> even if the first one was so long ago? This one
> was barely my fault, I almost missed my exit on 66
> and hit the brakes a little too hard, and a cop
> was behind me. Will the judge take that into
> consideration?

Missing your exit is a sign that you're a retard and don't deserve a license.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Skipping work today ()
Date: November 04, 2019 08:26AM

But a tent Wrote:
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> Skipping work today Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > What can I expect? It’s been 9 years since my
> > first, 6 since the second. Are penalties
> harsher
> > even if the first one was so long ago? This one
> > was barely my fault, I almost missed my exit on
> 66
> > and hit the brakes a little too hard, and a cop
> > was behind me. Will the judge take that into
> > consideration?
>
>
> You will be driven into homelessness by the
> tyrannical nanny state within the year. Get your
> affairs in order, purchase camping equipment and
> head for Shenandoah

If I decide to leave Virginia will they come after me, or does the statute of limitations run out in a couple of years?

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Unlawful flight to avoid prosecu ()
Date: November 04, 2019 08:52AM

Skipping work today Wrote:
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> But a tent Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Skipping work today Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > What can I expect? It’s been 9 years since
> my
> > > first, 6 since the second. Are penalties
> > harsher
> > > even if the first one was so long ago? This
> one
> > > was barely my fault, I almost missed my exit
> on
> > 66
> > > and hit the brakes a little too hard, and a
> cop
> > > was behind me. Will the judge take that into
> > > consideration?
> >
> >
> > You will be driven into homelessness by the
> > tyrannical nanny state within the year. Get
> your
> > affairs in order, purchase camping equipment
> and
> > head for Shenandoah
>
> If I decide to leave Virginia will they come after
> me, or does the statute of limitations run out in
> a couple of years?

Third one is a felony with no statute of limitations - it's not a civil matter. Go to court don't be stupid. You will need the camping gear for when you are released and unable to find employment. Prepay a small storage unit before you get locked up. The most important skill is building a fire in the rain but it's still better to camp than to go to a shelter with the niggers

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Skipping work today ()
Date: November 04, 2019 08:58AM

I don’t think employment will be a problem, I’m a bit of a specialist in IT, and companies so far have overlooked my past to use my skills. I am just wondering if there is any jail time, it’s not like I got into an accident or anything. The only problem is that I blew a .19, which is a bit over the limit.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: So far... ()
Date: November 04, 2019 09:16AM

Skipping work today Wrote:
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> I don’t think employment will be a problem,
> I’m a bit of a specialist in IT, and companies
> so far have overlooked my past to use my skills. I
> am just wondering if there is any jail time,
> it’s not like I got into an accident or
> anything. The only problem is that I blew a .19,
> which is a bit over the limit.


Many employers will look past misdemeanor DUIs but you are now a felon. You will do several years at least so you will lose your current job. Then when you get out the jobs you are eligible for (have fun flipping burgers) won't cut the mustard in this area and your parole officer won't let you relocate to a more reasonable housing market. You can try renting a room from a slumlord for 500/month but you will have to share the dilapidated townhouse with 6+ niggers who will cause you to violate your parole with their second hand pot smoke. Have fun being homeless you wretched alchie!

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Bob Malm, perjuring priest ()
Date: November 04, 2019 09:16AM

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Justin Fairfax still has a job ()
Date: November 04, 2019 09:26AM

So far... Wrote:
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> Skipping work today Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I don’t think employment will be a problem,
> > I’m a bit of a specialist in IT, and
> companies
> > so far have overlooked my past to use my skills.
> I
> > am just wondering if there is any jail time,
> > it’s not like I got into an accident or
> > anything. The only problem is that I blew a
> .19,
> > which is a bit over the limit.
>
>
> Many employers will look past misdemeanor DUIs but
> you are now a felon. You will do several years at
> least so you will lose your current job. Then when
> you get out the jobs you are eligible for (have
> fun flipping burgers) won't cut the mustard in
> this area and your parole officer won't let you
> relocate to a more reasonable housing market. You
> can try renting a room from a slumlord for
> 500/month but you will have to share the
> dilapidated townhouse with 6+ niggers who will
> cause you to violate your parole with their second
> hand pot smoke. Have fun being homeless you
> wretched alchie!

I think you may be exaggerating. You can’t go from employed to homeless because you had a couple of beers and didn’t hurt anyone. Look at the sex offender registry - they all live in decent areas and are employed.

It’s people like you (homosexual) who give bad advice to people based on your [gay] opinion rather than facts.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Pathetic denial ()
Date: November 04, 2019 09:33AM

Justin Fairfax still has a job Wrote:
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> So far... Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Skipping work today Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > I don’t think employment will be a problem,
> > > I’m a bit of a specialist in IT, and
> > companies
> > > so far have overlooked my past to use my
> skills.
> > I
> > > am just wondering if there is any jail time,
> > > it’s not like I got into an accident or
> > > anything. The only problem is that I blew a
> > .19,
> > > which is a bit over the limit.
> >
> >
> > Many employers will look past misdemeanor DUIs
> but
> > you are now a felon. You will do several years
> at
> > least so you will lose your current job. Then
> when
> > you get out the jobs you are eligible for (have
> > fun flipping burgers) won't cut the mustard in
> > this area and your parole officer won't let you
> > relocate to a more reasonable housing market.
> You
> > can try renting a room from a slumlord for
> > 500/month but you will have to share the
> > dilapidated townhouse with 6+ niggers who will
> > cause you to violate your parole with their
> second
> > hand pot smoke. Have fun being homeless you
> > wretched alchie!
>
> I think you may be exaggerating. You can’t go
> from employed to homeless because you had a couple
> of beers and didn’t hurt anyone. Look at the sex
> offender registry - they all live in decent areas
> and are employed.
>
> It’s people like you (homosexual) who give bad
> advice to people based on your [gay] opinion
> rather than facts.

What employer will hold your position for 6 months minimum, the 3 years average or 5 year maximum sentence for DUI/3? Hate to break it to you but felons don't get priority hiring lol. The only successful feline are the ones who start their own business but that's not something alcoholics are typically cut out for

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Pathetic denial ()
Date: November 04, 2019 09:33AM

Justin Fairfax still has a job Wrote:
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> So far... Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Skipping work today Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > I don’t think employment will be a problem,
> > > I’m a bit of a specialist in IT, and
> > companies
> > > so far have overlooked my past to use my
> skills.
> > I
> > > am just wondering if there is any jail time,
> > > it’s not like I got into an accident or
> > > anything. The only problem is that I blew a
> > .19,
> > > which is a bit over the limit.
> >
> >
> > Many employers will look past misdemeanor DUIs
> but
> > you are now a felon. You will do several years
> at
> > least so you will lose your current job. Then
> when
> > you get out the jobs you are eligible for (have
> > fun flipping burgers) won't cut the mustard in
> > this area and your parole officer won't let you
> > relocate to a more reasonable housing market.
> You
> > can try renting a room from a slumlord for
> > 500/month but you will have to share the
> > dilapidated townhouse with 6+ niggers who will
> > cause you to violate your parole with their
> second
> > hand pot smoke. Have fun being homeless you
> > wretched alchie!
>
> I think you may be exaggerating. You can’t go
> from employed to homeless because you had a couple
> of beers and didn’t hurt anyone. Look at the sex
> offender registry - they all live in decent areas
> and are employed.
>
> It’s people like you (homosexual) who give bad
> advice to people based on your [gay] opinion
> rather than facts.

What employer will hold your position for 6 months minimum, the 3 years average or 5 year maximum sentence for DUI/3? Hate to break it to you but felons don't get priority hiring lol. The only successful feline are the ones who start their own business but that's not something alcoholics are typically cut out for

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: question for the OP ()
Date: November 04, 2019 09:38AM

If you are here illegally, you are fine. Otherwise you are fucked.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Troll alert ! ()
Date: November 04, 2019 09:52AM

OP is a troll

If this were true, the offender would be truly fucked

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Skipping work today ()
Date: November 04, 2019 09:55AM

The only successful feline are the ones who start their own
> business but that's not something alcoholics are
> typically cut out for


I am not a feline, I am a person. And as I’ve stated, I have some very specific skills that companies want, so I don’t think my record will be a problem. My only concern is that cops were illegally following me, trying to get me to do something to get pulled over for. Would a judge recognize this and let me off with a warning?

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: No NOOS ()
Date: November 04, 2019 10:42AM

Some of the respondents to this thread are correct.

You will get a 5 year jail sentence with 3 years suspended.

You will have to serve 2 years in jail, 3 years probation, large fine, permanent loss of your driving privileges and probably ASAP program.

Also the trail will be in the circuit court, not traffic.

It might take a year before your trial.

Check the court website and look at the trial history for what happened to other people with 3 DUI's.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: What Was your BAC OP ()
Date: November 04, 2019 10:44AM

On the line at .08 or way over the line .11 and above , If its lower closer to .08 a good lawyer can get it plea bargained down to a reckless depending on circumstances

Three DWIs is a class 6 felony . It is a reason you see so many street beggars and bums hitting people up for cash . If the last DWI was within 5 years its 6 months in jail , if it was over 5 its 90 days in jail

And its true that if your illegal at least you can head back to El Salvador and avoid Virginia the next time you come back and live in style in heavy Democrat areas

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Advice from a lawyer ()
Date: November 04, 2019 10:45AM

Here is some advice from an actual lawyer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dV_51nzd9Lo

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: OP=huge asshole ()
Date: November 04, 2019 10:49AM

Lucky you didn’t kill anyone. Judge could make you pay a $1/week to the victims parents.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Look At The Bright Side ()
Date: November 04, 2019 10:57AM

Do the 6 months in the joint, pay the fine and move into a cheap sailboat on the water in DC , you wont have a gun as a felon so DC can be a decent place on the water with all the hip spots to head to on Metro and leave the commuting rat race behind , you may as well make the best of it and you may have a great time pouring the paddy's down , guzzling the beer with so many wild women you can believe your luck and smoking your home grown legal weed in your sailboat weed planter

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Peepeepoopoodiahrrea ()
Date: November 04, 2019 11:01AM

OP=huge asshole Wrote:
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> Lucky you didn’t kill anyone. Judge could make
> you pay a $1/week to the victims parents.


That’s nothing! Like $50 a year!! I had a DUI once - was passed out shitfaced at a traffic light. It took almost 9 months to go to court and the cop moved to another jurisdiction in the meantime so the case was thrown out. I still drive after a few beers to this day!

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Skipping work today ()
Date: November 04, 2019 11:03AM

Why are some people saying I will do 6 months, and some 5 years? I don’t mind the jail, but do I have to do the ASAP class as well??? Ridiculous. All because some cop entrapped me.

I talked to my boss today, they will hold my job, just won’t pay me while I’m not there.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: 6 Months OP ()
Date: November 04, 2019 11:35AM

Yes you can get more its unlikely, the ASAP class is usually to get your license back and in time you can If you take it.

ASAP will reduce the jail time to the 6 months and not more, if you buck ASAP they will give you more time, get the lawyer let us know what's up and remember this

Tomorrow go and VOTE When you do

Never vote for the In Your Face Got To Rule Your Every Move Democrat

They are the ones that got this DWI business so far out of hand with lowering the BAC to .08 from .10 with the US government forcing states to lower it or lose federal road money all the while they coddle illegals and real felons who have committed violent crimes , in your case YOU are the VICTIM as you hurt yourself not others, if you did hurt someone else in a DWI event then you earned the time as any person who's reckless does

Not an excuse to drive at .11 and up but a .10 driver is not as Dangerous then a sober Democrat take a walk thur Chicago Baltimore or Southeast DC or any other heavy Democrat controlled slum

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: OP You'll Take the ASAP ()
Date: November 04, 2019 11:40AM

In the jail and in no time you'll become a trustee and that will give you your own room more TV time phone calls and a cleaner place to live plus a job doing something in the joint working in the kitchen doing floor or other janitorial maintence and painting . By the time trial come around next year Its going to be winter again so you want to get into the joint when the weathers not bright and sunny out there

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Attorney SD ()
Date: November 04, 2019 12:13PM

Get the best lawyer possible. His name is Peter Greenspun. He isn't cheap but he will help you more than you can believe. Call him today! Good luck. I have 2 on my record within 3 years so I am very careful. Call Uber next time and pick up your car the next day.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Bob Malm, perjuring priest ()
Date: November 04, 2019 12:26PM

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Fact is ()
Date: November 04, 2019 12:28PM

Attorney SD Wrote:
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> Get the best lawyer possible. His name is Peter
> Greenspun. He isn't cheap but he will help you
> more than you can believe. Call him today! Good
> luck. I have 2 on my record within 3 years so I am
> very careful. Call Uber next time and pick up your
> car the next day.

I think he is past Uber helping the situation.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: kjfhjghke ()
Date: November 04, 2019 12:46PM

question for the OP Wrote:
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> If you are here illegally, you are fine.
> Otherwise you are fucked.

This is accurate. Libtardz love punishing citizens and protecting criminals. By criminal, I mean being in the US illegally and breaking federal law.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Real American Independent ()
Date: November 04, 2019 01:06PM

Look At The Bright Side Wrote:
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> Do the 6 months in the joint, pay the fine and
> move into a cheap sailboat on the water in DC ,
> you wont have a gun as a felon so DC can be a
> decent place on the water with all the hip spots
> to head to on Metro and leave the commuting rat
> race behind , you may as well make the best of it
> and you may have a great time pouring the paddy's
> down , guzzling the beer with so many wild women
> you can believe your luck and smoking your home
> grown legal weed in your sailboat weed planter

You can't live on boats in DC. There is a DC ordinance against it.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: President Trump FTW! ()
Date: November 04, 2019 01:22PM

Real American Independent Wrote:
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> Look At The Bright Side Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Do the 6 months in the joint, pay the fine and
> > move into a cheap sailboat on the water in DC ,
> > you wont have a gun as a felon so DC can be a
> > decent place on the water with all the hip
> spots
> > to head to on Metro and leave the commuting rat
> > race behind , you may as well make the best of
> it
> > and you may have a great time pouring the
> paddy's
> > down , guzzling the beer with so many wild
> women
> > you can believe your luck and smoking your home
> > grown legal weed in your sailboat weed planter
>
> You can't live on boats in DC. There is a DC
> ordinance against it.


He's a piece of shit drunk felon. Do you really think he gives a shit about laws? Fucking asshole should be executed.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Go the corrupt Trump Route ()
Date: November 04, 2019 01:27PM

President Trump FTW! Wrote:
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> Real American Independent Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Look At The Bright Side Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Do the 6 months in the joint, pay the fine
> and
> > > move into a cheap sailboat on the water in DC
> ,
> > > you wont have a gun as a felon so DC can be
> a
> > > decent place on the water with all the hip
> > spots
> > > to head to on Metro and leave the commuting
> rat
> > > race behind , you may as well make the best
> of
> > it
> > > and you may have a great time pouring the
> > paddy's
> > > down , guzzling the beer with so many wild
> > women
> > > you can believe your luck and smoking your
> home
> > > grown legal weed in your sailboat weed
> planter
> >
> > You can't live on boats in DC. There is a DC
> > ordinance against it.
>
>
> He's a piece of shit drunk felon. Do you really
> think he gives a shit about laws? Fucking asshole
> should be executed.

He probably a Trump supporter too! All drunks are Trump supporters.

Do what Trump does and throw all the money you can at a good lawyer. Hire a private investigator to follow the officer who wrote the ticket. Get the Russian mob involved in doing some payoffs to judges. Hey, it works for Trump.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: You fucking alkie ()
Date: November 04, 2019 01:33PM

Skipping work today Wrote:
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> What can I expect? It’s been 9 years since my
> first, 6 since the second. Are penalties harsher
> even if the first one was so long ago? This one
> was barely my fault, I almost missed my exit on 66
> and hit the brakes a little too hard, and a cop
> was behind me. Will the judge take that into
> consideration?


Bigger question, why can't you learn your fucking lesson? How hard is it to NOT drink and drive? There's these things called Ubers, Lyfts, taxis, etc.

I hope they throw the fucking book and you and you get raped to death by blacks in prison.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: kjdshjhg ()
Date: November 04, 2019 01:36PM

Go the corrupt Trump Route Wrote:
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> He probably a Trump supporter too! All drunks are
> Trump supporters.
>
> Do what Trump does and throw all the money you can
> at a good lawyer. Hire a private investigator to
> follow the officer who wrote the ticket. Get the
> Russian mob involved in doing some payoffs to
> judges. Hey, it works for Trump.

You're stupid. Really stupid. Try to deflect but you aren't fooling anyone. The list of "leaders" in this country who have gotten a DUI or other legal issues and have had access to good attorneys is well-documented.

Just a few examples, and they're Democrats:

A former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Illinois is facing a DUI charge stemming from an incident on New Year’s Eve.

Steve Wigginton, who was the U.S. attorney from 2010 to 2015, was arrested under suspicion of driving under the influence on Dec. 31 in Edwardsville, Police Chief Jay Keeven confirmed. Keeven could not release any further details about the arrest on Tuesday afternoon. Wigginton was appointed U.S. attorney by former President Barack Obama in August 2010. A Democrat, he replaced Republican Courtney Cox in the position.

A freshman state representative from Chicago is facing a driving under the influence charge in Springfield after he allegedly was found asleep behind the wheel of his Land Rover on March 29 about a block from the Illinois Capitol. Rep. Kambium Buckner, a South Side Democrat, pleaded not guilty to the charge April 12 in Sangamon County Circuit Court, records show.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: The Gamblers Friend Fred Tilp ()
Date: November 04, 2019 01:36PM

Maine Ave Is full of live aboard's on house boats and boats , just as long as he does not turn the key on a motor , walk to Nats stadium and more

There's sailboats that are anchored in the Potomac for months to years its legal as long as there not in the main shipping channel he'll have to row in and out for a year but whos checking anyway on a small dinghy as long as it has lights at night A used sailboat of 30 feet can be had for 8 grand , a bit cold in the depth of winter thou a man can get used to it in the span of 10 years

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Details Dont Leave Them Out Lib ()
Date: November 04, 2019 01:43PM

>Maine Ave Is full of live aboard's on house boats and boats , just as long as he does not turn the key on a motor , walk to Nats stadium and more

IF They did not turn the place over to Democrat homos

>There's sailboats that are anchored in the Potomac for months to years its legal as long as there not in the main shipping channel he'll have to row in and out for a year but whos checking anyway on a small dinghy as long as it has lights at night A used sailboat of 30 feet can be had for 8 grand , a bit cold in the depth of winter thou a man can get used to it in the span of 10 years

A Democrat can not hack it and will whimper and whine staying in some hipster filthy apt in a high crime area

Hes probably a Hillary supporter too! All drug addicts welfare leeches and drunks are Democrat supporters.


You forgot the details ^^^

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Betos A Drunk ()
Date: November 04, 2019 01:48PM

And a vandal too ask him about his arrest for jumping the fence at the Texas university boiler plant

WTF was he doing in there ? If not to vandalize equipment to stop classes

And you would vote for him you retard dope ! >Go the corrupt Trump Route

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Redneck Billy Bob news ()
Date: November 04, 2019 02:36PM

Betos A Drunk Wrote:
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> And a vandal too ask him about his arrest for
> jumping the fence at the Texas university boiler
> plant
>
> WTF was he doing in there ? If not to vandalize
> equipment to stop classes
>
> And you would vote for him you retard dope ! >Go
> the corrupt Trump Route

Get with the program. You may want to read recent news.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: BS detected ()
Date: November 04, 2019 02:51PM

Calling bullshit, anyone with more than one prior DWI would have refused the test.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: BM, pp ()
Date: November 04, 2019 05:08PM

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: ndnaka ()
Date: November 04, 2019 05:15PM

I got one DUI in college. (Was DUI in the state I went to college in - NOT DWI)But dude, 3 DWI’s in 10 years? That’s just bad.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: T4GKH ()
Date: November 04, 2019 05:59PM

This is all BS, his first post is at 8:07, if he got his third DWI he would still be in jail at 8:07. The jailers (Sheriff's Dept?) make everything the biggest, longest hassle possible. Anyone in for his third DWI would be lucky to be out in time for a late lunch.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Date: November 04, 2019 06:43PM

T4GKH Wrote:
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> This is all BS, his first post is at 8:07, if he
> got his third DWI he would still be in jail at
> 8:07. The jailers (Sheriff's Dept?) make
> everything the biggest, longest hassle possible.
> Anyone in for his third DWI would be lucky to be
> out in time for a late lunch.


You know nothing about the legal system, and I question your sexuality.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Narrow miss ()
Date: November 04, 2019 07:23PM

I had four (12oz) beers once and got pulled over for speeding, 38 in a 30. I spaced those beers out, so wasn’t sure if I was over the limit or not, but definitely wasn’t drunk. While the cop was running my plates, I had a massive bout of diarrhea all over the driver’s seat. It stunk so bad I didn’t even get a speeding ticket, although I did throw up all over the steering wheel, so I had to drive home sitting in a gallon of shit with a slippery puke steering wheel. I am Catholic by the way.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: wally ()
Date: November 04, 2019 11:51PM

Skipping work today Wrote:
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> The only successful feline are the ones who start
> their own
> > business but that's not something alcoholics
> are
> > typically cut out for
>
>
> I am not a feline, I am a person. And as I’ve
> stated, I have some very specific skills that
> companies want, so I don’t think my record will
> be a problem. My only concern is that cops were
> illegally following me, trying to get me to do
> something to get pulled over for. Would a judge
> recognize this and let me off with a warning?

And just how were the cops illegally following you? What exactly did they do to make you do something to get pulled over for?

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Troll McTrollson ()
Date: November 05, 2019 12:06AM

It never ceases to amaze me how many fucking idiots on this site fall for shit troll work.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: VCPWV ()
Date: November 05, 2019 07:10AM

Might want to check out yesterday's NY Times article on the flaws in breathalyzers.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Antiasshat. ()
Date: November 06, 2019 11:14PM

Narrow miss Wrote:
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> I had four (12oz) beers once and got pulled over
> for speeding, 38 in a 30. I spaced those beers
> out, so wasn’t sure if I was over the limit or
> not, but definitely wasn’t drunk. While the cop
> was running my plates, I had a massive bout of
> diarrhea all over the driver’s seat. It stunk so
> bad I didn’t even get a speeding ticket,
> although I did throw up all over the steering
> wheel, so I had to drive home sitting in a gallon
> of shit with a slippery puke steering wheel. I am
> Catholic by the way.

Pics or it didn’t happen. I am guessing you are probably the type that shits himself all the time anyway.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Human Tripod ()
Date: November 07, 2019 02:33PM

Skipping work today Wrote:
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My only concern is that cops were
> illegally following me, trying to get me to do
> something to get pulled over for. Would a judge
> recognize this and let me off with a warning?

Cops in VA can legally follow you for as long as they want. Judges in VA don't do "warnings". Blowing a .18 is pretty bad. You should've left VA for good after your second DWI.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Update... ()
Date: November 07, 2019 03:06PM

Thanks for the interest and advice, so here’s an update.

The first two offenses were not in Virginia - one was in Georgia and one in Maine, but all within the last 10 years.

I made bail and am still working, it’s a small company and as I stated before they will stick with me because I have pretty good programming skills.

I have a good lawyer and should beat this - the cop should not have been following me as I wasn’t breaking any laws for the majority of the time. The worst that will happen is 3 weekends in jail, the best is reckless.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Human Tripod ()
Date: November 07, 2019 03:28PM

My advice to you is to get your shit together and get the fuck out of VA as soon as you can. And, never look back.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Please fill in the author fiel ()
Date: November 07, 2019 04:24PM

Update... Wrote:
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> Thanks for the interest and advice, so here’s an
> update.
>
> The first two offenses were not in Virginia - one
> was in Georgia and one in Maine, but all within
> the last 10 years.
>
> I made bail and am still working, it’s a small
> company and as I stated before they will stick
> with me because I have pretty good programming
> skills.
>
> I have a good lawyer and should beat this - the
> cop should not have been following me as I
> wasn’t breaking any laws for the majority of the
> time. The worst that will happen is 3 weekends in
> jail, the best is reckless.



Damn, not bad at all. That calls for a drink.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: wally ()
Date: November 07, 2019 10:05PM

Update... Wrote:
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> Thanks for the interest and advice, so here’s an
> update.
>
> The first two offenses were not in Virginia - one
> was in Georgia and one in Maine, but all within
> the last 10 years.
>
> I made bail and am still working, it’s a small
> company and as I stated before they will stick
> with me because I have pretty good programming
> skills.
>
> I have a good lawyer and should beat this - the
> cop should not have been following me as I
> wasn’t breaking any laws for the majority of the
> time. The worst that will happen is 3 weekends in
> jail, the best is reckless.

That's just about the stupidest shit I've ever read. A cop can follow you if they want to. I can follow you if I want to. You don't have to be breaking any laws for a cop to follow you. Your whole story is a bunch of bullshit.

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Re: 3rd DWI in 10 years last night
Posted by: Different States Have Different ()
Date: November 07, 2019 10:41PM

Laws . Virginia can not interpret another states laws as the same as in Virginia, Maryland for example has a DUI and a DWI and their DUI is not the same as a Va DWI its a lesser offense with up to 90 days in jail and can not count as a DWI in Virginia .Their DWI is the same class of offense with up to a year in jail

Maryland also has Probation Before Judgment PBJ which turns into not guilty after one year if there's no further trouble with the law, it means no conviction . So you are not convicted but have been arrested . If your license is suspended or revoked that's another issue then its suspended in Virginia as well and vice versa

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