Originally Posted by Brunes
Obviously it's not too bad of a feeling- You've done it TWICE. It makes me so sad to see that people get off because of a paperwork mistake.
It's obvious you were drinking and driving or the wet reckless would not have stuck...so you put others in danger and then get off lightly...What a great lesson to teach.
OP-Good luck to your friend...With less money to go around most places are more selective about who they hire. Police agencies were selective before that...so I think his chances are slim to none.
Go fuck yourself bro. I know what I did and I deal with it everyday knowing how i screwed my life up for those few years. I don't need some self ritious shit bag to give me his 2 cents. All I'm trying to do is give my story so that it way be of some advice. I'm sorry if you think I'm the scum of the earth but I really don't feel like hearing you talk about me. You don't know my circumstances and your never gonna know because your not worth my time
Anyways sorry OP for this sidetrack we can now keep this back on topic I won't respond this this anymore. And hopefully your buddy's dreams of being a cop are not ruined. Even though I had my run ins of this nature I was still able to get my government job and security clearance so there is still hope tell him all he can do now is to do what he can, What's done is done all that matters is how he picks himself up from this low point and carries on.
Best of luck to your friend like I said this is one of the shittiest feelings a person can have. Mainly due to the fact of how society views a person with a DUI. No matter how good of a person you are or how your not an alcoholic or never usually do that sort of thing. people will view you as a pice of shit drunk, and that is one of the hardest things to deal with. And sadly the people with those opinions most of the time aren't innocent of driving after a few drinks either they just haven't been pulled over while they were.