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What does it mean when a DUI charge is (dismiss/terminated super) . Is it counted as a DUI still ?
Back in 1991 had a DUI that was dismissed now i'm fighting a new DUI charge since the one was dismissed can the new one be considered my 2nd ?
Great question... your "first offender" status is used up if ANY of the following occurs: 01. You suffer a statutory...
How long does it take to get a certificate of a test on a fed ex package from customs?
u.s. customs and interpol intercepted a package from china suposely tested it for AVPV , testing positive, sent it to district 19 st. police post were they fake delivered it then took me into custody
Good Grief! Get your magic fingers off of web sites and hire the best lawyer you can find for the court you're in (...
I have a revoked driver's license in Illinois, how can I get my license in Tennessee?
Back in 2012 I got two back-to-back DUI's in southern Illinois. I had two previous DUI's. I did everything that was asked of me by the state's attorney. I went to a long-term treatment program in St. Louis from August 2012-January 2014, which was when I was released. I didn't go to court for these DUI's until April of 2015, where I was placed on a two year probation. As long as I successfully completed probation, one of the two final DUI's were to be dropped (which it was). I'm assuming, although it was "dropped," it will still show up on my record as a charge. In April 2017 I became eligible to begin the process of seeking a formal hearing with the state of Illinois, since from 2015-2017 the case was still considered "open" and therefore I was not eligible to apply for reinstatement. I now live in Nashville, TN. Also- back in February of this year, I got caught driving without a license. I hired an attorney and the charge was dropped. The charge states "driving with no license," not driving with a revoked license. I know, given the brevity of my situation, I will need to hire an attorney. Will that be an easy process given I live out of state? What will that process look like?
Your first problem will be that the driving without a license will extend your eligibility date by one year. Until you...
Can I sue a company that schedules drug tests for employment for losing my appointment information, making me ineligible?
I was contacted by a potential employer to take a drug screen for employment, following the link they provided and I scheduled one, but was never given an appointment. When I contacted their customer service I was informed there was a mix up with my case numbers from a previous drug test. I was bounced around from department to department, and finally was told that my appointment was scheduled, and expired without ever being informed of the details. They said they are not authorized to reschedule an appointment, and if I cannot work out a way to get an extension through the employer (I had 3 days to have the test and it took them 5 to get back to me) then this has made me ineligible for the job.
Illinois has accepted "Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress" and "Interference with Contract" as solid...
Does a DUI have a statute of limitations?
My 71 year old father was pulled over for failure to pull over enough while driving around a traffic stop. They ran his license and found a 22 year old DUI in another state. He was arrested & spent 5 days in jail. Returns to court in October with possibility of more time.
There is a statute of limitations with regard to charging someone with any crime. However, don't confuse the statute of...
I got a dui on 2017
first time dui , park on hwy sleep and got blow on scene .175
You did not post a question, but I will tell you that you are charged with a Class A misdemeanor, punishable up to 364...
Is it illegal in Illinois to be public intoxicated?
I got stopped for public intoxication, I didn't quite understood what the officers said to me because I was severely intoxicated.
Yes. It is illegal to be intoxicated in public in Illinois.