If someone was arrested for the 3rd DUI in IA and has had one deferred is there any way to avoid felony charges?
1-09-04-03, 08-25-07 & 01-25-14 were the date arrests. the 2nd was deferred, but when 3rd it was pulled out making this #3. How long before the 1st would drop off? the felony is urgent to avoid-his career of 25 years would result in job loss due to the credentials necessary for employment with the company he works for.
I'm going to change your practice area to DUI so that you will get some responses from IA attorneys. Good luck.
In 2002 I was arrested in worthington Minnesota for DUI I paid court fine seved jailed time and probation
However was living in Iowa at that time still living in Iowa I was told I needed to pay 680 dollars more for fine if I want to drive in Minnesota would that be correct even though I don't live in Minnesota in order to drive I need to pay that fine even though I don't live there and have a valid driver license in iowa
This might be the civil penalties required by Minnesota to reinstate your out-of-state driving privileges with the MN...
How long after an accident does Iowa have to charge me with dui?
I was in an accident a month ago while under the influence of alcohol. I'm not sure if I was actually over the legal limit but I was drinking very shortly before the accident. Highway patrol and local officers came to the scene and at first I denied alcohol tests because I was still quite shocked about the accident. I was taken to the hospital and submitted to the portable breathalyzer, which I failed, as well as a blood test. I did not receive any citation at that time. I still have not heard from anyone about whether or not I'm being charged with anything. My license is still currently valid. Any input on this would be helpful. Thank you.
The state will probably not file charges against you until it receives the blood test results. If the blood alcohol...
Can person w/ 3 DUI convictions (Iowa), history of judgements (unpaid credit cards), unpaid workman's comp judgement be trustee?
A sibling who has 3 DUIs in less than 10 years, 1 public intox, several judgements, and an unpaid workman's comp claim is named as trustee in my parents trust. The workmans comp case was filed under an LLC he created to avoid personal responsibility for claims. He has done this several times (in 3 states) & then doesn't file necessary paperwork to keep them active or lets them go inactive to avoid responsibility for bills.
Can he be removed as trustee? There is a no-contest clause; is a person risking inheritance for contesting?
Good grief! I cannot imagine any court ever letting that person be placed in a fiduciary position such as trustee....