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License revocation - 3rd Missouri DWI
I am 37 years old, and have recently been charged with my 3rd DWI. My first two occurred when I was in college. The first in 2001 - just days after my 21st birthday - and the other in 2004, when I was 23. If I’m found guilty, is there any way to avoid a 10-year revocation? (My attorney is confident that the charge will be dropped to a misdemeanor.) If not, at what point would I be eligible for a hardship? What would I need to do to obtain one? Thank you for your time.
If the first two were actual convictions (not suspended impositions of sentence), and this one is a conviction, there...
How do I petition the court in my county for my driver's lic back?
I had my driver's lic taken and am now able to get it back, however after contacting Missouri DMV I was told I must petition my county (Barry) to get it back, but I am unable to afford an attorney and would like to know how to do this myself.
If you have completed all of the court and DMV requirements to get your license back, DMV should be aware that you...
Is there a way to get a DUI off your record? If not what is most likely to happen in my case?
I was pulled over by a state trooper for failure to use my turn signal. He said he could smell alcohol on me so he performed 3 field sobriety tests on me and a breathalyzer. I had a .089 BAC. The only other thing on my record is a Class C misdemeanor for speeding from 5 years ago.
There is no question. Therefore, it is impossible to answer.
Missouri DWI?
Lawyers often preach, "don't blow, fight the charge in court" yet this seems to open up a whole new can of worms since the results are normally the same: SATOP, probation, etc., yet you end up spending more money for the BAC refusal to get your license back. Is the pitch to refuse to blow simply a ploy to make more money for DWI lawyers?
I have not heard lawyers preach that. What I have heard lawyers whose opiioins I respect say, is that if you have no...
What can I expect being Accused of DWI
I was driving to the store, depressed the last few days, smoked a lot of cigs., and went blank for a few minutes, crashed my truck into a tree, never had a drink, I was still in shock when Cop showed up and failed test was arrested
A DWI charge typically involves both an administrative action by the Department of Revenue to suspend or revoke your...
Does MO offer ARD for first offense DWI? Since her case is so delayed would the charges be reduced or dismissed?
My daughter had similar situation in MO in Feb 2016. Left the roadway with damage to her car but no injuries. Breathalizer reading 0.12. She was driving in MO. Living as a graduate student in IL. DL issued from WI. She gave both her IL address and the WI address. We appeared at her court date but were told they had no paperwork. The clerk thought the case must have been sent to another court and we would receive notice of a new court date. She moved to MO in august 2016 and had her mail forwarded to new address. She obtained a MO drivers license. In July 2017 she received a letter of failure to appear with license revocation and warrant due to court notice being undeliverable. The court date had been Sept 2016. She visited the St. Charles station and was given a new court date of Dec. 21, 2017
It would be best to discuss the case directly with a DWI attorney in St. Louis. There are several possibilities for the...
How will my SIS for a DWI appear and impact future employment?
I was arrested in 2014, and sentenced an SIS in 2015 so I have not been convicted or charged with a crime. I currently am working on seeking new employement for the first time since this instance. The potential new employer is conducting a background check. I have been advised not to be forthcoming with what they may find upon this check and play my odds. From what I understand they will see a traffic stop with arrest and no other charges or convictions. The position is for a licensed client specialist position through an insurance company, does this mean they will conduct a government background check? Also is anyone familiar with an abbreviated background check? If this is what they conduct and they are only looking for felony and possession charges is there a chance they won’t even see my arrest?
First off I want to make clear that anything I say here is based upon the limited information that you have provided....