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I had a DUI conviction in Tennessee in 2010....I am not on probation an I have completed all my classes
The problem I have is I have almost 2000 dollars in court cost that I can't afford to pay all at once...I'm now living in another state(Missouri) and I was informed because it went to criminal court I have no other option but to pay it all before I can get my DL back.... Do I have any other options?
In my opinion, no. The court has sent a hold on your license. It will not be lifted until they are paid in full. Your...
If convicted of class B felony DWI in Missouri are they eligible for DWI court given there is a mandatory two yr sentence in DOC
Most DWI courts require the conviction to be a felony. However, if the charge is a class B felony statute number 577.010 states that the offender must serve two years in prison before probation or parole is granted. The two years would either be associated with a DOC Long Term Treatment Program or it would be a straight DOC sentence for X # of years. I'm assuming that after doing either of these one wouldn't be able to go into DWI court but if anyone can provide clarification or details about this I would greatly appreciate it.
I can't answer this question for every DWI Court in Missouri. In St. Louis County and St. Charles County they will...
I received two years probation with an suspended imposition about five years ago and completed it fine. On a certain application it asks,"have you ever been convicted of a crime, or received a suspended imposition or execution of sentence for a crime in the last seven years?" The answer would be yes but I'm wondering how they could actually find this info out. It is not a government job. What can be found out about me?
That's a good question. Part of what the employer can find out depends on what database(s) they search. At a minimum,...
I refused to blow, but was charged with my second DWI anyway. Because of the refusal the six months I was required to have the ignition interlock has stretched to an additional nine months, because of technicalities. I have already completed 7 months with no violations, paid all my fines and completed all my classes. I really want to get on with my life and having the interlock for another 9 months seems beyond excessive. Should I hire an attorney to petition the DMV on my behalf for early removal?
I would need to know your complete driving record to advise you on removal, however, I can tell you that hiring an...
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iam on removal proceedings for illegally claiming to be a us citizen. i married my wife and 1-30 was approved and i filed for adjustment of status.i got a dui and my court hearing is next year.will this affect my case? what chances do i have to adjust my status on new immigration laws that obama signed. i have a step daughter that i take care of.
To be eligible for DAPA you should not have any criminal issues in your record to speak of. A DUI can be serious,...
What's the best plan of action to avoid losing your license for a year after refusing a breathalyzer?
I just received a DUI in St. Louis and refused to take a breathalyzer. What's the best plan of action from here to avoid losing my license for a year?
Hello. The first thing to do is timely file a petition for review. It gives you the opportunity to potentially avoid...
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