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I am 65% of the way done with my probation term (1 year) and I have barely spoken to my probation officer. Will I be drug tested before the end date? My PO has made no effort to contact me or see me personally as long I have stayed up to date with my fees. When I was arrested I did not have any drugs or drug paraphernalia on me at all.
It is not odd that your PO is not responding to you or trying to meet with you. In most counties, ARD probation is...
after a period of time as this could severely affect my employment with the same job I've had for 5 years. I'm hearing an 18 month suspension for a habitual so to speak...
If you are convicted, as a tier 1 you will lose your license for 12 months. A tier 2 or 3 (blood alcohol above .10,...
I was told I was facing 4 days in jail with one month house arrest by my attorney. I signed off on it and he took it to the judge. Now, a week before my sentencing, I am being told by probation (not my attorney) that I am facing 45 days in jail and 3 months house arrest? What are my options? Thanks.
If you have a plea agreement which has been accepted by the court that is binding (unless you subsequently violate the...
He is on parole ..got a DUI months back . he did 48hrs and house arrest for the arrest but never got violated until now
If the individual is on parole, he could be returned to the prison to serve out the remainder of his sentence. I think...
Drunk driver was arrested at scene, police will not provide his insurance info and say we have to wait for PENNDOT to give this to us???
You could send him a written demand for damages, threaten a lawsuit, and request for the insurance info.
I have a 18 month hard suspension and 18 months with interlock but I would prefer to just have 36 hard suspension. My initial 18 months is already over and I'm into the time where I should be on the interlock
Each state's law on this is different? What state are you referring to? Pennsylvania?
My co-worker and I both work in Pennsylvania and have the same job description. He received a dui in april and lost his driving privileges with the company. I also received a dui several months later. My co-worker is still currently working, but my boss told me I am terminated from my position because I'm unable to perform the duties of my job description (driving company vehicles). Is this legal or is it unlawful termination/discrimination?
Disparate treatment is not "discrimination" per se. It can be evidence of illegal discrimination however. For example,...