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law violations where someone must come get you from the station

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Abm_max50

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Posted over 3 years ago

 

how many law violations are there such as a dui or ovi where you must call someone eightteen plus to come and get you or you spend the night in jail?? and what all are they??

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Your question is not clear, I think you are asking about when are juveniles (under 18 yoa) released into someone else's custody (an adult's custody) rather thatn being sent to a juvenile lockup???  No one is released to the custody of a juvenile (under 18 yoa).

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OK i was pulled over and arrested the other night for a OVI and the officer took me bac to the station, he said i could call anyone over the age of eighteen with a valid drivers license to take me home or i would spend the night in jail, im wanting to knw how many violations like OVIs and DUIs is there where someone must come pick you up like in my case. I knw its confusing but thats the best i can describe it.

Csi_squirrle_max600_1__max50

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First off I would strongly recommend you post and introduction and tell us a little about yourself.  To answer your question there is not a list of offenses for which releasing someone apply.  I would assume yo were released on a citation.  This is not unusual for a number of offenses.  Now with a DUI we can't cite and release you out to the street.  since you are impaired we must find a responsible adult who is willing to take the responsibility to see that you don't do something stupid. 

Imag0103_max50

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Shhhh... I hear the Sharks coming.

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introduction would be appropriate, and it depends on jursdiction and agency policy, many agencies a OVI would be automatic jail (probably for 12 hrs), do not want the potential laibiity of releasing the individual , even to a responsible adult.  Post your introduction here: http://policelink.monster.com/discussions/130-introductions/topics

Abm_max50

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your right im sorry, my name is andrew murphy, im from chillicothe, Ohio. i was born here in 91 n grew up here and went to school and graduated from oak hill. the other day i got my first OVI and the office said i had to have somone eighteen or over with a valid drivers license come and get me and take me home or i would spend the night in jail and go to court the next morning, luckly i got somone to come n get me so i didnt have to stay the night.