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In this article, our Bettendorf DWI attorneys discuss the rights you have if you find yourself pulled over on suspicion for a DUI in Bettendorf. We explain your rights and what you should and do NOT have to say to an officer. It's also important to know you're rights if you've been charged with a DWI . If you fail to file a Petition for Hearing within 90 days of your arrest, your right to a hearing will be waived. Within 30 days of the filing date you will receive a date for your hearing. During this hearing, some questions to expect are:
In this article, our Bettendorf DWI attorneys explain when, and how blood tests can be used as evidenced in a Bettendorf DWI case. Drivers typically should not consent to a breathalyzer or field sobriety test when pulled over or arrested on suspicion of a DWI and also can refuse a blood test..
Hospitals typically perform blood plasma tests and is performed on a drawn blood sample after the solid cellular components have been separated. A legal blood test, however, is performed on whole blood.
When faced with a DWI, there are important points you need to know.
The caveat to this is that you are required to complete everything the court requests in regards to their terms for supervision. This could include alcohol evaluations and classes in addition to fines that can be a condition to receiving court supervision. If you are granted court supervision, your case will be dismissed once supervision and all court requirements are met, usually in up to 12 months.
After a second DWI, circumstances become more difficult and you lose any eligibility for court supervision and the revocation of your license is a certainty. Charges escalate exponentially, if you a repeat offender and it is crucial to know that receiving a third DWI is considered a felony in the state of Iowa. If you're faced with one or more DUI's it is imperative to have an experienced and skilled attorney to fight for your rights. Our Bettendorf DWI attorneys will give your case the attention and detail it vitally needs to put you in the best position to overcome charges against you.