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Can the police get in trouble for telling my school I got a DUI?
Long story short, I got a DUI and I'm under aged. The cop told me they usually let the school know every time someone gets in trouble, in this case, I got a DUI. isn't this confidential information?
The fact that your underage may be thereason. Never trust cop's.
Is there any way to get my CDL back after a lifetime disqualification?
I was charged with 1 dui and 1 leaving the scene.
I am not a NE lawyer and cannot comment on matters of NE law or procedure. But, I can tell you that in Florida,...
I have two dui convictions i have been denied into canada, i was wondering if i would be able to get into canada
what i want to do is become a permanent resident, im hoping you can help me
Hello there, There is a way you can go through a rehabilitation process that Canada will consider before you can...
2nd offense dui and willful wreckless driving.
My husband was arrested this morning for a second offense dui and willful wreckless driving. Was being pulled over for speeding, panicked because he had been drinking so he tried to run, lost control and hit a tree. His first dui was 7 years ago. He says one of the officers told him to get a good lawyer and it could be dropped to a first offense. Is that possible? What outcomes are we looking at? Is it possible to take the defensive driving class and get the wreckless driving reduced or dropped?
It would be best to talk directly with attorneys in your area. You can use the "Find a Lawyer" tab at the top of the...
Are cops able to get ahold of blood alcohol level tests without consent?
I received a MIC a few weeks ago. I was unconscious and not responding so they sent me to the hospital. The next day I received a ticket for MIP/MIC but they didn't breathalyze me. They took my blood levels from the hospital. I just wanna know if the cops are able to get ahold of this information?
In Michigan, the answer would be yes. I would not be surprised if Nebraska had similar provisions. You should consult a...
Driving under revocation due to a previous dui.
so I'm trying to find some good advice/consultations. I got pulled over for driving under revocation June 8th due to a dui I got in February and I was eligible to get an interlock permit right away. I went through the steps to get the divice installed and going through probation but I hadn't got my letter in the mail with the permit yet. Well turns out it was sent to the wrong address, my old one out of state. So I called the dmv and they said just go to the nearest dmv and I can receive my ignition interlock permit. So as I was heading to the dmv I got pulled over for a freaking sticker in my window. I believe they were profiling cause I drive a red bmw. But I had to sit a day in jail until I got bailed out 750 dollars later and being accused of driving under revocation. Any advice helps.
Hard ro answer without additional information. Was your license out of state when you got the first one? Why revocation...
2 Officers are saying I was past out behind the wheel at any interaction they were trying to wake me up yet the lightsweren't on
I was not past out they said in the police report that they were trying to wake me up. when I came too I let my foot off the brake and costed across the interaction. when I got to the other side of the street I gased it and drove off then they turned there lights on and pulled me over they said in the police report they were called to do a walfar check on a car stopped at and interaction with 2 males pasted out in it ...if they would have pull behind me isent it a law that there lights be on ??? I don't understand none of this...it makes since ..so me and my friend pull up to a interaction with the car still in drive and both just pass out NO then when the Officer's " try to wake us up " there no lights no sirens as soon as I seen lights I pulled over I neverhadanyothercontactwiththem
If you were charged, then best bet is to retain a local criminal lawyer to fight it.