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5 duI convictions for a friend. How long does he have to wait until he can get a KS hunting license for firearm? Thanks
Trying to obtain his hunting license
It would be important to know if these DUI convictions were felonies. You will lose your right to own/possess/purchase...
Will north Dakota extradite for aggravated reckless driving
He had warrant from 2010 he's in Kansas and wants to take my kids
I could not say. It is really a question to put to an attorney in North Dakota, preferably from the community which...
Hi, can I re enter to the US with my existing F1 visa to complete my education after a DUI?
Hi, I got arrested this weekend for a DUI (0.16). The reason they stopped me was for speeding, 40MPH on a 30MPH road. I have a court date in October 2014. I'm now worried that I will not be able to re enter to the US after I have traveled back to Sweden over the summer in 2015. Is there a chance that they will refuse me to enter at the airport because of the DUI? And will this DUI be transferred to the criminal record in Sweden?
You can probably return. Keep the final deposition with you.
I was in a dui car accident nearly 5 months ago. my BAC was .14 after tests and i was issued a pink sheet saying i would lose my
I was in a dui car accident nearly 5 months ago. my BAC was .14 after tests and i was issued a pink sheet saying i would lose my license for 30 days and suspended 330 days after that. I was involved in a crash with another man who later died 63 days after the wreck. I recieved a letter in the mail saying the cop failed to indicate whether i failed, passed, or refused the test so it was "legislatively dismissed" and i got another license the next day. What can happen from this?
If the DUI was dismissed, then it does not exist. Go about your business. If you had insurance make sure your insurance...
Can medications that interact with alcohol be a defense in a DUI?
I got a DUI a few weeks ago. I have not been to the initial hearing yet (it's next week). The night I was stopped by police, I had only had two drinks over two hours, but long story short, I asked to be given a breathalyzer to prove I hadn't drank much. I ended up blowing a .14. I later found out one of the medications I had been taking to lower the tolerance to my prescription stimulants, also lowers tolerance to alcohol and slows the metabolism of alcohol in the body. I was not aware of this side effect, although it makes perfect sense now how my blood alcohol level could be so high after drinking so little. Can I use this as a defense in court? Or will they most likely say I should have known the risks of mixing alcohol with this medication? Please help.
This is a question that needs much more detail and knowledge of specific defenses allowed under your state law. The...
Can a sheriff say "I'll be back to arrest you in three days (after my day off), so have documentation or I'll take you to jail?
I was pulled over on my way to work for proceeding through a red arrow. The sheriff ran my information and my license came back suspended. At the time of the incident I told him I didn't know why, but now I know it was from a offense several years ago when I had a dui. The sheriff told me I needed to get my information about my license/case and he'll come back to my job in three days after his day off. He said if I don't have anything or if its not sufficient then he's going to arrest me and called it habitual violator. I was then allowed to go to work. I'm not sure what I need to show him or what to do now or next? Can this really be done?
While you inquired about what you needed to show the deputy, my response, to you, is that you need to, fully,...
Why would a DUI in a municipal court be transferred to "felony court?"
My child's father has a few DUIs, and I am not able to see the details about them. I can see very little online, but I did notice that the latest DUI was marked "transferred to felony court." Does this mean that he is going to go to jail?? He isn't very forthcoming with this information, and I want to know what is about to happen.
It means that it is at least a 3rd offense or higher. In Kansas, the first 2 DUIs are misdemeanor offenses and then the...