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Thank you. I just went and saw an attorney. My husband is an attorney (partner) at a huge firm, so in the end, I don't want to have him in trouble, as that will result in many $ issues for me and my children: re: him not having a job. I am now concerned that they may later charge me with a DUI even the attorney I saw brought this up. Thoughts?? How should my attorney go about trying to have it dismissed...just so I know?
Thank you. I understand. You have been of great help. One last question (I promise). I am a professor at a University...could I get fired for something like this if the charges are not dropped??? What do you think I should do outside of finding an individual mental health person, as I think this whole thing is going to come down to me being "crazy". After the incident, the DA asked if I should be 302'd...of course there was no grounds for such. Also, the local police have been to our house like 3-4 times in the last 3 year years ref: domestic stuff...once two years ago I was charged with assault...dismissed as I completed anger mang. prior to court date.. Do you think because of these incidents this is all going to be worse for me?
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