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Is this right? I have been charged with felony DWI in Missouri, 4 offenses. The third was 16 years, second 19 and the third 20.
I was recently charged with dwi by Missouri HWP in Cass County Missouri. I have had three previous alcohol related Convictions. The first in 1992, the second in 1993, the third in 1996, the fourth Jan 2012. I have completed all requirements of the Court as directed every time, I have never had any wrecks or problems with law enforcement other than these. Always cooperative. They say that I could go to jail for 7 years and possible lose my license forever. I am 50 years old. I was not weaving etc. I was pulled over due to not putting my new license plates on. I am service connected disability with the VA, Bipolar as well as other physical issues and am being told if convicted I could lose my pension also. My last DWI was over 16 years ago. I don't see that as being habitual. I
In terms of whether or not the lookback period (how far back they can go to show how many prior DUIs you have) in...
Can i become a physical therapist with a felony dwi conviction in the state of Missouri
I am attending school now. I plan to have my phd in physical therapy when I graduate. I was convicted of felony dwi before I started school. Will I be able to work as a physical therapist
You have to "furnish satisfactory evidence of their good moral character." But that is pretty vague. Generally speaking...
This morning I failed the BAC test on an ignition interlock device on my car. Since this violates my probation, what now?
first time DUI, one year probation, six months ignition interlock. court ordered by the state of kansas.
Well, it is especially difficult to answer this question as a Missouri attorney that does not practice in Kansas....
I live in MO but was ordered to get an interlock device installed for a KS DUI i got in 2010. Do I have to get it?
I live in MO and have all my life. In December of 2010 i got a DUI in KS. I was given probation for a year no license for a year and now they want me to put an interlock device on my car. Since I live in MO and have a valid drivers license do I have to get the device installed?
If MO doesn't require it, and if you don't ever intend to drive in KS, no.
License going to be Suspended soon
I plead no contest to a dui charge in December of 2011 in Kansas (dui arrest was back in 2008, and I have had a valid license since 2008 due to improper paperwork by the officer). At the time of the arrest I had a KS driver's license. Since then I had moved to Missouri and obtained a Valid new license in the state I currently reside. Will my license become suspended in the new state (MO) after Kansas suspends my license? Will I legally be able to drive with my valid current MO license? I just want to make sure I do everything correct and legally, I don't want to be driving on a suspended license and want to put this behind me.
Kansas can suspend your right to drive in Kansas. Missouri is supposed to respect Kansas's revocation and to revoke...
What do I do if I live in California, and got a DWI in Missouri when I was visiting a friend??
Got a DWI arrest while visiting a friend in Missouri. I live in California. I have no plans on going back to Missouri, but want to take care of all the legal things, fees, and fines for this DWI.
I'll states have a reciprocity agreement such that you can't run and hide from that offense today. Hire an attorney in...
Will someone I know go to jail for probation violation?
Someone I know got arrested for a dwi. Was charged for a class b misd. And sentence was suspended and put on two year supervised probation. During those court dates the person was caught driving on a suspended license but before they were put on probation. After they were put on probation they got arrested for a warrant for a failure to appear to their first court date for the driving on a suspended license. They bonded out. What is the likely outcome ?
Conditions of probation usually state that it's a violation of probation if defendant gets arrested, charged, or...