What would you be charged with if you made a left hand turn into oncoming traffic and the person in the passenger seat suffered severe injuries?
no. because the passenger is innocent, and it's the trafficker who is charged, unless there is lack of evidence for release of suspect or continuation of case, if the case is pursued. Read More
Not usually, unless they somehow have access to the trunk area from the passenger compartment of the vehicle. Read More
Anyone that is in a vehicle can be charged or held responsible for what ever crime has occurred. Read More
Can a passenger be charged along with the drunk driver for vehicular homicide following a collision in SC?
Only if the passenger somehow contributed to the commission of the crime. Read More
I doubt it. The police might want to question a passenger as a witness to the accident. Also, the passenger might need medical attention, so it's best to stay at the scene of an accident. Read More
You'd probably be charged with DUI and Vehicular Homicide, though there are other crimes that could also be charged, such as Manslaughter. Read More
You will be fined. There is a jail term with fine option in some state. Read More
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Usually liable for all damages and injuries, and may be criminally charged if there is a resulting death. Read More
What can you be charged with if you hit someone and threatened them with a gun and when they ask how do you plead do they state the charges How do they do that?
Depending on the wording of the statutes in your particular state, the charges will be similar to: "Assault And Battery" - "Threats In A Menacing Manner" - Assault With A Deadly Weapon." If any injuries were suffered by the victim the charges could be 'enhanced.' When you are presented to court, you will be read the charges against you, and you will have the opportunity to consult with an attorney/public defender before you make your… Read More
Usually a person with a frontal lobe injury has very little impulse control, they tend to be more emotionally charged. Read More
Who can be charged with a violation if a fourteen year old front seat passenger is not wearing a seat belt?
In most places, it would be the driver. Read More
In many cities, a right on red is legal ONLY after you have made a full stop and there is no oncoming traffic. If you fail to stop and/or yield to traffic that has the green light, you will be charged. Read More
Dui laws prevent the drinking of alcoholic beverages in any vehicle. A 15 passenger van is considered a motor vehicle, and the driver could be charged with not only dui, but an open container. Read More
Driver is responsible. At least in Europe. Added; (in the US) Unless the paraphernalia is actually found on one of the occupants, if all passengers in the interior opf the car could have conceivably reached it, all can be charged with "Concurrent Possession." (e.g.: If the paraphernalia was in the glove compartment, and the back seat passenger could not have had ready access to it, only the two front seat occupants would be charged, the… Read More
Yes, only if person dies from injuries sustained from the attempted murder of that person. Read More
Can you be charged for paraphernalia if your the passenger in someone else s car that omitted to using marijuana earlier in the day and no omission of use or knowledge of the paraphernalia by pass..?
If I understand the question correctly - - the questioner was in someone else's car. The police found paraphernalia (and presumably residue) in the car - and the questioner is claiming innocence due to no knowledge of it. If that's correct - - Yes. If the paraphernalia is within the passenger compartment of the car and in an area reachable by the occupants, the passenger can still be charged. it is known as "concurrent possession." Read More
Who could be charged with a violation if a fourteen-year-old front-seat passenger is not wearing a seat belt?
The Driver Read More
Should a teenager that was going 110 MPH be charged with vehicular manslaughter if the passenger with her died even though the driver is in critical care?
no he\she shouldn't! Read More
Can a person be convicted of attempted murder charged but if the vitims dies can the person then be convicted of murder charges?
If that person dies due to the injuries cause from the attempted murder then you can be charged with murder. But if you are convicted of attempted murder prior to that, double jeopardy would prevent you from being convicted of murder Read More
i believe if no one else is in the car at the time except you, then you will be charged, but if there are multiple people in the car and you own the car and someone has the drugs and stash them someone, in most cases whereever it is found by that's who is charged, say the passenger stashes the drugs under their seat, the passenger would be charged but if you knew he had… Read More
Who should be charged with a violation if a four-year-old front-seat passenger is not wearing a seat belt?
The driver of the vehicle. Read More
An accident with possible injuries and death. If you have an accident while texting and someone dies as a result of this you can be charged with negligent homicide and if convicted go to jail for a long time. Read More
If you get charged with first and third degree assault at your first court date what's the possibility of actually being charged with first degree assault if there are head injuries?
It may depend entirely on the potentially serious head injury. If it is more than just simple scratches you very well could be. Read More
I think you are referring to PIP coverage? There may be some states that surcharge if you do not have medical insurance as PIP pays for injuries, or death in an auto accident. Most states and insurance companies offer a discount if you do have medical insurance as your medical insurance can also pay for your injuries. Many PIP policies only pay a % of injuries up to a maximum of $10,000. Read More
Obviously, there was traffic coming and you failed to yield to it. You will be charged. Read More
If drugs are found in a car and are not claimed by anyone in the car can the passenger or passengers be charged?
I can only speak for NY. If drugs (narcotics) are found in a vehicle and noone claims them then everyone in the vehicle can be charged with possession. If it is marijuana, then only the driver can be charged with possession. That is according to penal law in NY state. Who owns the car? Then ,who was in the car? Common sense, last person there, name on the car, Hello! Read More
Can you be charged with a DUI or a DWI if you r drinking but not driving in a operating vehicle in the state of Michigan?
No, if you are a passenger or are not actually in control of the vehicle. HOWEVER - if you are sitting behind the steering wheel of a vehicle - even though it is stopped, parked, or otherwise not in motion - you would be considered "in control" of the vehicle and you COULD be charged. Read More
Yes. It's highly illegal. You can be charged for theft, destruction of (city/county/state) property, and you can be held liable for any accidents or injuries resulting from that sign not being present. Read More
The operator of the vehicle is the one in charge of the vehicle and will be charged. Whatever reason you tell the judge will be up to him/her as to whether they believe you or not. Read More
OSHA is part of the US Department of Labor and is charged with developing and enforcing occupational safety and health standards and regulations. NIOSH is part of the Centers for Disease Control within the US Department of Health and Human Services and is charged with doing research on the causes and means of preventing occupational injuries and illnesses. Read More
In most jurisdictions I am aware of "Simple" Assault (meaning assault with nothing but your hands or fists) is a misdemeanor. It can be charged as a more serious crime depending upon the seriousness of the injuries inflicted on the victim. Read More
You have been charged with breach of the peace can you go to prison other man has disfigurement injury you had to defend yourself?
It IS possible, especially due to the extent of the injuries to the other party. You will, of course, have to prove in court that you actually were defending yourself. Read More
you have to pay money to the people who charged yo Generally you will be asked to pay a fee close to the real damages the owner suffered. Sometimes owners want to make a bigger impression, and ask for the statutory damages available through the law, which can be up to $30,000 per infringement in the US. Read More
I am being charged with a c felony for battery I have a court date for the middle of this month but I have just suffered a nervous breakdown and am being treated What happens now with my case?
Unless you request and receive a continuance, your court case continues as planned. Read More
What credible sources are there to prove that shylock from The Merchant of Venice is the victim not the villain?
He was kicked, spat at and called nasty names because he was a Jew. Also he charged interest which the Christians did not, which made them very angry. The Jews suffered very badly. Read More
As long as you were not in control of the vehicle at the time, you can't have your driving privilege taken away but you can certainly be subject to being charged with other offenses. Read More
If a hydrocodone was found in the car and there are two people in the car who is charged for this drug in Florida?
If it wasn't found ON a particular person a lot can depend on on WHERE it was found. First of all: the driver is always presumed to be the one in control of the vehicle and everything in it. However - if the contraband was found closer in proximmity to the passengers side, the passenger might be charged with it. If it was found someplace where either of them could have had access to it… Read More
This all depends on your state. In Wisconsin you can be charged feloniously at your 4th and over offense. It also becomes a felony no matter what offense if you have a passenger under the age of 16 present in the vehicle at the time of offense. Read More
The driver should be charged with manslaughter or vehicular homicide, depends on the laws of the state and what the prosecutor charges the driver with. It's very serious and carries jail time. Read More
Pretty high should you do it when a peace officer is watching. Added: You may also be charged with any accidents. personal injuries, or collisions that may result from your stealing it. Read More
You can if there is a fire, but if you shout fire when there isn't one, raising a false alarm, people will dial 911, everything will turn into chaos and people could be injured. You could be sued for any damage or injuries, if not charged with several crimes. Read More
If a law enforcement officer stops a vehicle for a traffic violation and finds a front seat passenger 18 years of age or younger not wearing a safety belt a saftery belt violation will be charged to?
the driver is charged with the responsibility of requiring every occupant 17 years of age and younger to wear a safety belt or be secured in a child restraint system Read More
Not enough information is given in order to answer. If it was a first offense and the injuries (if any) were slight you COULD receive probation or a sentence of community service -OR- if you have a record and/or a tough judge you could receive jail time up to a year. Read More
Yes and in most states it is a criminal offense to drive without insurance (even if you are not at fault, you will most likely be charged with this offense). If you are found at fault and are not insured, you are still resonsable for all of the damages and/or bodily injuries. Read More
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How many months in jail can you get if you are charged with a DUI and have an under aged friend as a passenger in your car?
Depends on the state you live in and if this is your first offense. If it is your first offense you will more than likely serve no jail time but will pay a hefty fine. Read More
Friend has ccw if there is a gun under passenger seat and a felony person is sittin there can they get charged with it?
Yes, absolutely. If the gun is anywhere in the car that is known as "concurrent possession." As a matter of fact if the felon is sitting on top of the gun, he is in PRIMARY possession. Read More
Who could be charged with a violation if fourteen-year-old front passenger is not wearing a seat belt?
Typically, the driver is responsible for the safety of all passengers and would receive the ticket if cited for a seat belt violation. Read More