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Husband has a DWI accident n my name is Not on the registration but IS on the car insurance can I be sued?
I want to clarify my prior question from this morning. My concern is that my husband will get into a car accident for DWI n be sued but because both our names is on the House Deed and Car Insurance and Savings Account that I can be sued too. My name is NOT on the car registration, does that make a difference? Before something like this happens, is there a Legal Document I can have him sign releasing me from any responsibility for his actions?
Best bet is to get a big insurance policy, and look into an umbrella policy.
If my husband gets into a car accident for DWI and he is sued, am I his wife, affected as well?
I'm concerned that everything I worked for (my home) can be taken away by a lawsuit that I have no fault in. If so, is there anything I can do to protect myself n children to prevent losing my savings, assets, etc. if such a lawsuit would take place? Is there a legal document that my husband can sign releasing me from any responsibility for his actions?
Most importantly, notify your insurance carriers (auto, home) asap. If you are named on the title/registration you...
What does this mean:
VTL 1192.2 02 Unclassified Misdemeanor, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge Description: Stand/park Viol-specific Area Date Added: 12/22/2014 Pled Guilty VTL 1192.3 03 **TOP CHARGE** Unclassified Misdemeanor, 1 count, Arrest charge, Arraignment charge Description: Op Mv While Intoxicated 1 VTL 1110.A 0A Infraction, 1 count, Arrest charge, Arraignment charge Description: Failure To Obey Traffic Device VTL 1192.2-AA 2X Unclassified Misdemeanor, 1 count, Arrest charge, Arraignment charge Description: Aggravated Dwi:per Se-no Prior Reduced To Vtl 1192.2 02
It looks like the person plead guilty to drunk driving as a misdemeanor.
How do I get my car out of forfeiture hearing after DWI arrest in Long Island?
I was arrested for DWI in Nassau county. No accident and it's my first offense. I blew .14. The DA is trying to keep my car. Is the da successful in these hearings? What do I need to show or argue at the krimstock hearing? I am hiring a lawyer for the criminal charges but he said it would be another fee to handle the civil hearing. Any advice is appreciated.
Sometimes you can work out a deal and "buy" your car back. I think there are guidelines for when the seek forfeiture so...
Am I able to establish residence in a state without a lifetime look back period for drivers and become licensed?
I have 5 dwi convictions, only 1 of which is in the past 10 years. All my convictions are in N.Y., where I'm considered a persistently dangerous driver and ineligible for a license. I have since gotten sober and with to continue rebuilding my life and be a productive member of society. I am however finding it extremely hard to find gainful employment without a drivers license, not to mention a felony record.
Theoretically yes. If you move, you will have to contact that State's DMV and find out what you need to do, or if you...
My friend's car was impounded following at arrest for drunk driving in NYS but is likely to get the car back?
My friend was arrested for driving while intoxicated and blew a 0.09 at the precinct a little over a week ago. He was released the next day as it was his first offense. He was driving a friends car however and it is impounded in Nassau County. He went to the court once after the arrest and he cannot drive for 30 days and has to reappear in court in January. The owner of the car and the driver have to go get the car in about 2 weeks but apparently it is possible to have the car taken away. Is there a good chance for the car to be given back since it was not the drivers car?
There is a strong chance the car will be returned. There is a an innocent owner argument to be made on the owner's side....
Can you travel out of the country on a conditional discharge?
I have been convicted of dwi refusal and sentenced to a conditional discharge. The form which outlines the conditions of my discharge does not specifically mention travel restrictions but does state "follow the instructions of probation department in carrying out these conditions." I have not been assigned a probation officer to direct inquiries to.
Unless the court has given you directions not to travel outside of the country then you should be fine. Also, if you...