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I received a DUI on May 28th, a DWI on June 29th, and another DWI on July 2nd received another DWI. What will be my punishment
I posted bone on the first one but have not went to trial, the second one they let me go after an hour, and the third one I posted bail. Also if I have fifty fifty custody of my child can this affect that if the child was not with me?
Your question is difficult to answer without further information (i.e., municipal vs. state court, prior findings of...
I got a DWI (reduced to C & I in court) and ontop of fines and court costs I was ordered to complete SATOP and received 6 months probation. My PO has already stated that I have to complete my SATOP before she'll let me off probation, even though it is past the mandated six months. I'll be completing the SATOP this weekend, but she has now stated that I must get my license back before she'll let me off. I was wondering if she can do this. It isn't legally required of me to have a drivers liscense unless I intend to drive. It just seems to me that she shouldn't be allowed to do this. Any advice/help would be much appreciated
The only requirements you have to follow are those ordered by the court.
I got my 3rd DWI 8 years after my 2nd and am labeled as prior and persistant. I now have 1 year sober and am doing great, working attend meetings ect. I need a license and would appreciate it now more than I ever would have b/c I actually work and go places.
Hopefully a MO DUI Defense Attorney will read this question and answer it as it differs from state to state. Go to www....
How much time percentange does one serve in prison on a Prior and Persistant DWI (3rd)
If a 4 year sentence is imposed on a 3rd DWI and is labeled prior and persistant how much time will one actually serve in prison if sent to do thier time. I know there is a percent one serves on a prior and persistant offense and im thinking its 40% but I have heard that its 85%.
Generally speaking, clients in county jail only get 15% credit for the time they serve. This means that for every 15...