It is difficult to know all the ways that social media can negatively affect your case, whether it is for an injury you suffered or to determine custody and visitation of your child. With that in mind it is best to always use judgment on what you post online and stop using social media until your lawsuit has concluded in KY.
If convicted of a DUI in KY you are required to attend substance abuse treatment as recognized by the Driving Under the Influence Program in Kentucky. Kentucky does not currently accept online DUI classes for the substance abuse requirement for a DUI
Social media posts can negatively affect basically all times of litigation, including personal injury cases, like auto accidents or wrongful death claims; criminal defense cases; and family law cases, like divorce or custody disputes.
In many instances, it is important for you to have an experienced traffic offense lawyer in with you at your initial court appearance for traffic citations, speeding tickets or DUI charges. Which means you should contact a traffic offense lawyer as soon as possible after being charged.
Traffic offenses range from speeding to reckless driving to driving under the influence (DUI). A traffic offense lawyer at Hurst & Hurst Law can help set up an approach to help you move quickly and as painlessly as possible through the legal process.
An Alford plea in Kentucky is a type of guilty plea where the criminal defendant does not actually admit to committing the crime. Rather the defendant maintains their innocence but still chooses to plead guilty because the prosecution has significant evidence against them.
In Kentucky, the concept of a Persistent Felony Offender (PFO) is created by Kentucky Revised Statute 532.080 which authorizes additional punishment for people who are at least twenty-one (21) years of age and have been convicted of multiple felonies within a given time period.