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Asked on: 9/06/00, 10:21 pm

Hypoglycimia mistaken for DWI

I was charged with DWI when being diabetic I actually was experiencing low blood sugar. Where can I find cases and a legal nurse to support my position.

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Answered on: 10/23/00, 1:03 pm by Jennifer Green-Lee

Re: Hypoglycimia mistaken for DWI

Regarding your DWI, I would say that you would be foolish to attempt to handle this yourself. It is a serious charge and it has not been my experience that the DA's office is very cooperative with someone in yuor situation. Additionally, since the DA's office can not dismisss a DWI for any reason, you still would need to be involved in a trial of this matter and to have the judge hear all of the evidence. Find an attorney who is willing to try this case and give you a fair shot at convincing the judge and district attorney of the facts involved. Until you can find an attorney, you will need to have your case continued. Thanks,


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