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My daughter has a dui on record. It has been about five years ago. Can she travel outside the us ?
She has a dui record when she was 21...
She would have to declare it upon any attempt to enter another country (like Canada or Mexico) and that country would...
How can police impound my vehicle ???
My boyfriend, who has a child support warrant and was said to be driving today and he's never had a license... An officer says he say him driving, didn't get into a pursuit with him or anything but saw my vehicle parked a short time later and said he was impounding it because it was involved in "criminal activity" ??? It that possible ???
Yes, it is possible to impound a vehicle when the person driving it was involved in criminal activity, and a vehicle...
How can North Dakota suspend a license if you have already applied for and received a license from another state (such as MN)?
I recently was charged with a DWI. I was living in MN but had not switched to a MN drivers license and was still licensed in ND. After being arrested and released I was informed to pay my fines and retake my tests to receive my MN drivers license. This was completed within 4 days of my offense and I was licensed in MN with the condition that I have IID. Three months after my offense I now received a letter stating my ND license is revoked for 180 days even though I no longer hold a ND license and have not since the incident. Neither the MN nor ND DMV have been any help with the issue. If I do not have a ND license anymore can they still revoke my driving privileges? As of right now I drive with a valid MN license and IID system. Any help would be great! No one in this area has dealt with this issue in the past.
ND suspended your license because that is where you were licensed at the time you received your DWI. Because of...
What are the odds that I'll be going to jail?
I got a DUI in winter of 2015. I've been making monthly payments. I missed a payment in the spring and had an order to show cause hearing. Now I missed another payment because I was on vacation for 2 weeks and wasn't working. I have another order to show cause hearing.
The fact that you did not pay because you were on vacation will not look good, i.e. you had money to pay for a vacation,...
I know a guy well just that just got his second dui with in 10 years first one was in nd and this one is in polk county mn
He posted his own bail and is out drinking every day he is not to be doing this it's weekday its in his realese from the court who call i contact to let them know he is not doing what he is suppose to be doing he is in grand forks and can't leave cuz of residency there but dui is in mn
Generally speaking, if he's only out on bail and hasn't been to court yet, he's allowed to drink. Please take this...
I currently live in ND and am hallway through a 24/7 program for a 2nd DUI. What are the chances I can move to NJ and transfer?
I was planning on moving to NJ this summer but was convicted of a 2nd DUI within 7 yrs. I was placed in the 24/7 program 2/19/15. I have completed 6 months without incident and currently wear a scram
It sounds like you are doing well and that is good. I would simply ask the judge for permission. You will want to...
I was convicted of a Dui, I am also Diabetic and had an extreme low blood sugar when I was pulled over, can I get a better plea?
I was pulled over because for a traffic violation, driving on the wrong side of the road while not passing. I am diabetic and was having an extreme low blood sugar because of a new kind of insulin I started taking the week of, which I blacked/browned out from. I was drinking also. I blew a .166 at the hospital, and they took a blood test which shows a .195. This is my first violation of any kind other than a speed ticket. What kind of chances do I have of a good plea? Does the medical condition grant me any leniency? I was not in my right mind while doing this and never would drive drunk.
Generally, using low blood sugar as a defense is not going to fly. When you live with diabetes you are well aware that...