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I got a DWI this last weekend from a Highway Patrol . What consequences should I expect and how much money will it cost?
First time offense. Never been arrested.
You need to secure counsel, sooner is better than later, You have two actions going on, not one. There is the action...
What are my punishments for this
I'm underage and me and my buddies were drinking at a party we decided to leave and my one friend started to drive and we got pulled over me and my one friend in the back were arrested I'm pretty sure with with minor in consumption or public intoximent I'm not sure, what are my punishments
Well, you are not punished yet, just arrested and probably charged, so best to get an attorney to see how to get the...
What kind of problems would I face if my DUI charges have not been filed yet? Am I able to travel to Mexico?
My dui charges have not been filed yet and I'm traveling to Mexico this weekend on a wedding trip I have to attend
If you have not been charged, you have not been charged. If you are gone for a spell and charges are filed, that might...
How to get my lic. back
I got a dui about 18 years ago I have not had a drivers lic. because of this for 18 years is there any way possible to get my lic, back . At the time my lawyer told me it was a fine only of $200.00 he did not tell me about the state would pick it up and suspend my lic. I have not done anything to get my lic. back. I am now handicapped but I need to get a lic. this happened in moore okla.
Go down to your local licensing agency and ask them what you have to do, if anything, to get your license valid.
Can I be denied reentry to the US for a 9 year old DUI?
I'm a permanent resident since 1993. I had a simple DUI misdemeanor in 2006. I applied for citizenship and passed the civics test in 2007 but I was denied citizenship because of the DUI. I remained a PR. My PR card expired and I renewed it in 2014 without any problems. Now I wish to travel outside the US but it will be my first time since before my DUI in 2006. My DUI record was expunged in 2007 so my record should be clean again. However I'm very afraid to leave the country if there's a chance they won't let me back in because of the DUI. Can they do that? Is it possible?
Yes you can be denied because of a 9 year old DUI but it is not likely.
What kind of drug test will I receive if the 5 panel UA wasn't checked but the random drug testing was checked for a DUI?
DUI arrest in December. Received a one year deferred sentence probation that upon completion will be expunged from my record. On my court ordered requirements, there is a check for 5 panel UA and a check for random drug testing; however, only the random drug testing was checked on my list. So my question is what kind of drug test will I receive? My PO asked me if I had a problem with weed during my first meeting and I said no. I'm just an average guy, I'm not sketchy so I don't think she suspected anything but I'm just curious what kind of drug test they will be doing if they do test.
In my experience most random drug tests are done with urine, looking for a wide variety of drugs and alcohol. It is...
Violating probation while on a deferred sentence. Felony DUI probation, then got a drug charge while on probation.
A friend of mine got his second DUI and it was a felony, he got a deferred sentence and was placed on probation (DA) for 2 years. Less than a year into probation, he violated it and got arrested for possession. Both arrests were in different counties. He went to court for the drug charge and got another deferred sentence and got probation for 2 years. His probation is up in October for the DUI charge. Is there a way he won't get punished for violating the probation or does someone always get punished no matter what when they violate probation? If so, what type of punishments are likely? He refuses to get help for anything and says he doesn't have a problem. Shouldn't his license be suspended? What's the law in Oklahoma for that?
He is the one who needs to be asking these questions, not you. Violation of probation can subject someone to being...