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Will I still need an interlock after a year?
I was sentenced to 2 year probation 6 month revocation and an interlock device. Last July however I chose not to drive for a full year and got an affidavit stating I would not drive/get the interlock device. Now that it's been almost a full year if I ask probation to get my license will I still need an interlock??
What did the judge say when you were sentenced? What does your probation officer day about it? What does the lawyer who...
Will I be able to find employment as a medical administrative assistant or medical biller after being convicted of an dwi 1st?
2014, got a dwi and shortly after I was laid of my office job two months later and since then, it's been very difficult to find employment in my field as a medical administrative assistant or as a medical biller. Is there a solution to this situation?
Every employer is different. You may seek an attorney's device to see if the charge can be expunged.
I have a Class A CDL . What is the penalty for a DWAI regarding my CDL in NY
I am a DWI down to a DWAI.
The consequences of even a non-criminal DWAI conviction on a CDL can be disastrous, including a minimum 1 year...
Got my interlock device extended for 3 months prior to 6 months already served.
Last month, my car needed to get inspected and serviced. I put in the data system of the interlock device company all information required before the car was going to be serviced. The next day when mycar was bbrought to the mechanics' they did not follow instructions on how to blow into the device making my car go into a 'lockout". I had to call the interlock company to reset my device so I can start up my car. Will this cause the court to extend my interlock device longer even if I show them proof of when the car was serviced? I'm very stressed out about this. Please help.
there are always problems with these interlock devices. And you better pray that whomever blew into the thing was not...
My attorney betrayed me and tried to neglect my criminal case, a misdemeanor DWI, with DMV refusal hearing. What do I do?
My attorney advised me to plead guilty to a lesser charge out of retaliation for a perceived slight and a sense of arrogance and entitlement. This was grossly inappropriate legal advice as he did this without first arranging to get from me and examine exculpatory facts and evidence I repeatedly told him and his staff I had. I sensed what he was doing and I did not follow his malicious advice and have not plead guilty. There were other clear points as well on which he failed to prepare for proceedings or safeguard evidence that might be destroyed. He will covertly neglect and sabotage my interests (he has already tried). I would like to know 1) how to properly terminate the attorney-client relationship 2) any recourse to recover my fees 3) any recourse to pursue a legal malpractice case
You terminate the relationship by hiring a new lawyer. You can not sue for legal malpractice unless you can vacate the...
What penalties will I face if I failed a breath test in my interlock device?
In June 2014, I failed a breath test in my interlock device, trying to take my boyfriend home. I had to contact the interlock device companythat I had use prior to starting the car ,mouthwash and it caused my breath test to fail. Sept 2014 I tried to explain to the monitor authority that my lease is almost due for my interlock and I want confirmation to uninstall the device, but they stated that because of the lockout in June, they may need to extend the interlock device and they are trying to imply that I had someone else blow into the device which is very false. Never had I get anybody to blow into the device knowing there is a camera taking pictures of when I take a breath test. What can I do to prove my innocence??? Please help. Need expertise ASAP. Thank you.
First, you need to consult with an attorney who has experience addressing post-conviction IID violations. Presumably,...
If you have 2 prior convictions of a dwai and a dwi and get convicted of a 3rd dwi with a accident what will happen?
2 prior convictions of a dwai and a dwi and get convicted of a 3rd dwi (BAC- .12)
A 3rd DWI conviction in New York is a class D felony. You will be fined a minimum of $2,000 up to $10,000. You could be...