It does not indicate that it is in front of a magistrate.
The code that is given is a state code 470511-902.
When I took the test on the Breathalyzer machine, the first time I blew was a .10 and then the arresting officer had me blow again. The second time that I blew was a .07. I was watching the machine the entire time that I was taking it. The officer then took the print out from the machine and left the room. He came back and stated they would give me a DWI. He then left the room again came back a short time later stated that he called his JAG (He was VAFB PD non military uniform officer) and they stated that no it would be a DUI. He came back had me sign the ticket. He stated after words that I could go too the court, look presentable and try too get it dismissed, if I think he did anything wrong. The reason I am stating it is a .08 is that on my 30day temp driver license, it says .08
I was read my rights after the signing of the ticket by a military mp. Hand cuffed again by Enid PD and taken too county. I state cuffed again, as when they transported me too the building (on base) I was in they cuffed me and stated it was for their safety in transporting me from my car too the building. Though they put my friend in the front set un-cuffed.
So if the machine says the first time .10 and the officer says blow again and it comes back .07 but the paper for the 30day temp lic. says .08 how did they get .08?
They did not give me the paper for the machine print out. Is this normal?
Is the military supposed to read me my rights the fist time they put me in cuffs? Are they allowed to put me in cuffs for transportation? They did not do this too my passanger.
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