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What will happen with my husband when he go to court on 3 dui's?
He has 3 dui's in 8 years one in cook county 2 in peoria county within 2 months apart will he serve time or probation
He will be told to hire an attorney. If this is prosecuted as a felony, he could get anywhere from probation to seven...
3rd dui is my career done for my 3rd dui offense
I have a cook county dui from 8yrs ago,I just received two,,,a month apart in Peoria county my last one I blew 0.17 while driving suspended?i havent been to court yet, and im out on bound for both with a hearing coming up i have a full time career job and im the sole provider of my four kids,will i be charged seperately or as one,for my second and third offense,,also what kind of jail time should I be looking at also is drug rehab a option instead of jail I have no criminal background on traffic violations
You'll likely face a Class 2 Felony on DUI #3. You'll face 3 to 7 years in the penitentiary. You need to get into rehab...
Can I get charged DUI if I a paramedic called in a "possible DUI" to the police
I left home and a paramedic followed me and called the police and said they have a possible DUI car. I went to an establishment where my husband was. Had several shots, however my husband had a hotel room right next to the establishment. I was staggering towards my car to get some clothes to stay with him and the police stopped me before I got to my car. I took the test and failed and they took me to police station and booked me. My husband walked out and said to the officer he had a room can I take her. they would not allow him to take me to my car get clothes and spend the night. I was not going to drive my car. they stopped me before I even got to my car.
A "good samaritan" can contact law enforcement and report a possible crime, so the answer to the paramedic question is...
Can a non conviction DUI arrest record be expunged?
I was pulled over years ago and blew under the legal limit. I was not convicted of DUI. The arrest record I am guessing still shows up on a background check. My concern is when I apply for jobs. Can this be expunged? Would that get reported to a potential employer? With trying to expunge?
Your question leaves questions. Not Convicted meaning dismissed or Not Guilty?? Expungable. Court Supervision? Not...
What will happen to me now
I have paid all fines and all class and did everything the court ask me to do for my dui but I had to go back to court to show papers and the drop me I pretty sure I failed. My year court supervision would have been over in March 2017 but I had to go to court today
They may file a petition to revoke if your supervision term was extended.
Can I take a cab company to court if their driver was watching tv while driving me?
I was picked up to go to my doctor's office, and the can driver had her phone in the dash, In front of the guages, watching tv. I asked "are you watching tv while driving?" To which she responded "yeah well mostly listening" but I could see her in the rear view mirror watching it every chance she got. I filmed it, with audio. Filmed the cab number, her saying her name, and the license plate. I am a very anxious person so I couldn't confront her on how frightened I was. I was scared we would get in an accident, as she was riding people's tails, swerving, and just basically driving irradically. I was scared for my life. But too anxious to start confrontation.
This question is in the wrong category.
Would a motion to reconsider of a petition for relief from judgment be proper in this situation?
My license was suspended by Fulton Co. for failure to pay fines, also IDHS placed a suspension also for being delinquent 90+ days. I have had 3 DWLS since 2009, and currently I am on conditional discharge for 12 mo.. My question is, are these suspensions, for failure to pay, unconstitutional. I have read, 50 times, the "Dear Colleague" letter from the US DOJ https://www.justice.gov/crt/file/832461/download Where DOJ specifically states that such suspensions are unlawful and unconstitutional. Why are Illinois courts still using the license-for-payment scheme? Have judges and attorneys not read the US DOJ's report or do judges and attorneys blatantly disregard a directive from the federal government. How many cities does DOJ have to sue in order for judges to stop this hypocrisy of locking up and oppressing indigent citizens!?
Child support suspensions in Illinois require the family law court to have found the delinquent parent in wilful...