My son is being arraigned on his 4th OUI within a 3 year time frame. Should he plead gulity, not guilty or no contest at the arraignment?
3 Answers from Attorneys
He needs a lawyer immediately. At least should consult with one. Tim Klisz
At his arraignment (first appearance), no matter what he says, the magistrate will enter a plea of not guilty. As he has committed a FELONY, only the circuit court can (and probably will) find him guilty - just like the last time he was convicted.
Only this time, you may not enjoy his company for a while as he will likely be going to prison. An attorney may help, but we are not magicians.
But, don't you feel guilty. Your son's situation is not your fault
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