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Will north Carolina extradite for a dwi?
went to court for first appearance in concord, n.c. and the judge said that the max penalty was 3 years. was arrested at Wal-Mart parking lot sitting not driving but truck was running.
Perhaps no way to know without asking the prosecting Attorney who has the authority. best to hire a Criminal Defense...
Will I be extradited from another state for dwi,? I'm in north carolina.
went to first appearance for a dwi in concord, n.c. and was told by the judge that the max penalty was 3 years.
Perhaps no way to know. Usually States depending on the local budget from wherever will extradite for a felony.
Can I appeal decision of telephone hearing officer if I unintentionally missed phone hearing and paid civil penalty fee to Dmv
I mistake had cell phone on vibrate and did not realize until the afternoon so I miss call of hearing officer. I explain and apologize to Dmv. Also tell them am diabetic and have to drive to doctor appts and have pt job in different cities. What can I do so I don't have to turn in plate? I was told by someone at Dmv had until 6/29 to pay since I request hearing. I had been in hospital and had not check mail right away when I got home insurance canceled told auto insurance company this and try to pay but they refused had to get another company currently have insurance. What can I do. When I pay fee lady at dmv say matter is resolved when I ask her what I need to do but I received letter to turn in my plate
Probably at this point, you should have counsel to try to straighten this out. Yes, you can appeal but it will not be...
My licensed was suspended for a year for a dwi i got limited driving privilege which doesnt allow me to drive to fun events
is there a way i can get a dmv hearing to restore my full driving privileges before the one year mark?
No. When you are convicted of DWI part of the minimum punishment is not being allowed to drive to fun events for a...
My question is can I drive a company vehicle without one or is there a "hardship" clause where I can get it out early. I have ha
I have an interlock device as a result of having drivers license permanently revoked. I now having a driving license unrestricted other than the interlock.
If you have a limited driving privilege that requires an interlock device, you are limited to driving the vehicle...
I would like to know how it ls possible for someone w/ 4 DUI'S w/ 1 being in VA, 1 being in WI, & 2 in NC all w/in a 7 year gl
How could someone w/ 4 DUI'S w/ one being in VA, one being in WI, & 2 b being in NC w/in a 7 year time frame get driving privileges? I had three in a 2 year time frame & hell will freeze over B4 I get privileges. His was even pobvious b/c of the alcohol while my bloodwoirk never came back which hwould have had helped my case if the lawyer had not been in such a. hurrhurry to get his $ & close the case. He even told me bloodwoirk didn't matter. I would like to know the point of doing it then?
In order to be eligible for a limited driving privilege in North Carolina after a conviction for DWI, the defendant-...
After 3 DUI convictions that were all non-alcoholic, I am trying to figure out what a lawyer would be looking for on my driving
Record to determine if I am eligible for driving privileges. A lawyer has offered to help me try to get limited driving privileges since my 3 non-alcoholic DUI convictions neither one had blood work returned. I fell asleep in my car in two of them after being awake a lot of hours in a parking lot & the last one was the same officer pulling me for a cargo light but did a sobriety test which I feel I did well on but he was meeting his quota. Besides DUI's, what would a lawyer be looking for on my driving record or what on the record would disqualify me from privileges? He said he thinks I have a good chance b\c of my levels but still needs to see the record to know for sure. I need to know since he charges right much to help.
That depends on your state's DMV policies and how far they look back at your record. Typically the conviction is...