Involve a criminal appeal attorney soon after you learn the prosecution is appealing your sentence. Your attorney will walk you through the involving and confusing sentencing guidelines. An attorney's involvement will also help you develop a defense strategy for the appeal. 
Expect the officer to ask whether you had anything to drink. The officer should only do so if he or she notices you have bloodshot eyes, detects slurred speech, or smells alcohol.  The responses you give to the officer may incriminate you. As the officer asks more detailed questions about your impairment, he or she will write down everything you say. After the officer confirms that you were drinking or impaired, he or she will ask you to step out of the vehicle.
Soliciting is the act of entreating, commanding, or trying to persuade someone by letter, phone, or a computerized device or in person. It can happen electronically when an adult uses a device that stores or transmits electronic data. Solicitation qualifies as a sex crime if the intent is to arouse sexual desire in someone. 
The legal forfeiture of your vehicle or other property by the police can be a shocking experience. Property and vehicle forfeiture can also be an expensive experience. Property seizure of your car, boat, home, snowmobile or ATV can be costly both in terms of lost assets and in payments on property you no longer hold.