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I currently reside in Arizona (but moving to TN) and was arrested for suspicion of DUI in Feb 2014. That trial is still pending. I did win the DMV admin hearing and can still drive. My local attorney believes my DUI trial case will be dismissed, but, I have this question: I'm planning on taking a new job in Nashville well before the AZ DUI trial is completed. If I get a TN drivers license and register my car in TN and then I'm later found guilty of DUI in AZ (after I've surrendered my AZ drivers license to the TN DMV), will I be able to drive in TN, or will TN suspend my license (as AZ would have) and force me to install an ignition interlock device? Since I need to drive when I arrive in TN, I'm open to hiring a TN attorney to assist keeping TN driving privileges.
All states entered into an agreement to honor each other's license suspensions. So, in theory, your TN license will be...
Will a DWI received in NY affect my TN license, TN is a not compact member
Per statue, Tennessee has the authority to punish a Tennessee license holder per Tennessee's standard no matter what...
So I initially failed a drug test back in early October and had my probation violated. I just took another drug test on the 18th of December. I have not smoked since but I am still worried. Are they able to detect the amount of thc and see that the levels have since decreased and not violate me even if the levels are still above the testing threshold? I hope that I am completely clean, however I am a bit over weight and don't exercise a whole lot so it may be possible that there is still some in my system.
If you haven't smoked since before your early Oct violation, it is unlikely that it would still be showing up in your...
is there any chance to apply my citizenship and approved I got two duis
Yes, there is a chance you may still be granted naturalization with two DUIs. However, more information is needed to...
Working in Nashville for three days. Went downtown to listen to music. Pulled over by Metro on way back to hotel. What can I do to minimize penalties and adverse impact on my business?
DUI is a class A misdemeanor punishable by up to 11 months 29 days in jail. The minimum punishments require 48 hours...
I was hit in the rear at a dead stop by a driver at higher speed we were both transported to a hospital & while in the same ambulance at the scene the at fault driver admitted to taking several prescriptions ,1being Oxcycontin & the others apparently not meds you can drive on I assume from the EMT's reaction. It's been about a month and so far I've been to a couple doctors, a primary & a specialist who sent me for an MRI that showed a slipped disc, I am also going to physical therapy and never had any kind of pain or discomfort issues/headaches/trouble sleeping until the accident I am 36 years old. The car I was driving that day was totaled (my Fiancés car) the drivers Ins-Co(Farmers) didn't give her fair value for it & Fiancés ins, was expired. Will her expired ins be an issue in my claim
No. Under Tennessee law the failure to have insurance in place on a vehicle does not affect your rights against an at-...
Was at a stand still on 65 when a woman hit me at a high speed pushed me across all 3 lanes from being in the far right lane to impacting with the median. Car was a total loss and they wouldn't give me a "real fair market value" for it, so I'm assuming they will do the same for my injury( the 2 claims are separate Fiancés car) was transported to Centennial & went on to see a doctor-sent to physical therapy & recently sent for an MRI that showed a slipped disc. I spoke with one attorney but his contract had a contingency fee of 33&1/3 plus cost/expenses related to the case. I've never had any problems with my body til now and never taken a pain medication but once, now it's a daily routine, how can I get the most compensation without being robbed by an Insurance Company or an Attorney?
Attorney will get higher return. And if it equals out to no difference, what's the problem with helping a lawyer make...