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What happens on the 4th dwi in 10 years? Person is also on felony probation as a result of the previous offense.
Three previous convicted Dwi charges. Charged with a felony on the last instance which was about 3 years ago. Served 8 months to a year in jail and released on "felony" probation for 5 years. He was now just charged with a Dwi (which is his 4th), and unauthorized use of a vehicle (another felony). He does have a drinking problem and I was wondering if requesting drug court (rehab program with house arrest) would be in his best interest? He has a job, lives with his girlfriend and 1.5 year old daughter, Any advice or help is greatly appreciated. Thank you
This is a VERY serious matter and you need to contact an experienced DWI defense attorney immediately. No only would a...
Can I get my pistol permit in Dutchess County NY if I was disposed with a NY PL 120.00 in 2007 and a misdemeanor DWI in 2013?
In late 2007 I was charged with NY PL 120.07 for being stupid and defending some old "friends". It was my first ever run in with the law. It was disposed to NY PL 120.00 and it is a YO status. In March of 2013 I was charged and convicted with a misdemeanor DWI. Since then I have not been in any trouble ever since and these are the only 2 times I have ever been in trouble. What will it take to acquire my pistol permit in Dutchess County NY with these charges?
I suggest that you speak with the licensing authority.
Husband got arrested and charged with DWI. he is a daca recipient
my husband got stopped drunk driving and our toodler son was in the car. his case will be final this month. he has not plead guilty. is there any possibilities that he can keep qualifying for daca after the case is over with the help of an immigration attorney? He has never had a criminal record nor been arrested.
Without knowing more about your husband's case or where it's headed, it is tough to say definitively how it would...
What can be a possible outcome when she goes to court?
My cousin was charged with driving without an interlock and on a suspended license with previous conviction. This is her second time. She has a felony DWI under Leanders Law.
The outcome will depend on multiple factors, including her prior record, the amount of time since her dwi conviction,...
New York DMV DUI refusal hearing not rescheduled
I was arrested in August 2014 for DUI in Poughkeepsie, New York. A refusal hearing was held, but the cop did not show up, and my license was reinstated; I have paid no fines to the state, either court or DMV. It is now November 2015 and the DMV still has not rescheduled the refusal hearing. The criminal case is ongoing and is expected to go to trial in spring 2016. Will the DMV simply never reschedule the refusal hearing? Are they waiting for a disposition in the criminal case? I'd like to take advantage of the cop making statements at the refusal hearing and use these to impeach his credibility at trial. My license has remained valid the entire time, except two weeks immediately after the arrest.
The DMV moves at its own pace. Your attorney can follow-up and make sure nothing has been missed but there is no rhyme...
Dwi New paltz
I was arrested for Dwi with a bac of .13 over a month ago. Just went for my first appearance and the judge wants me back next Wednesday. He informed me he will suspend my license at that time for 30 days. He asked if I wanted a lawyer and I said yes. I am not sure if he expects me to bring lawyer with only 1week to procure one. He even said I have window of time to decide upon a pd v attorney...so am I to bring a lawyer next week? Is it even.possible to attain such services so quickly? Regardless, I need to speak with an attorney for a Dwi case in New paltz. Seems Poughkeepsie is the most proximal location with attorneys.
It is important that you consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney that handles DWI cases in the Hudson...
Letter of Support on behalf of client.
Woman charged with aggravated DWI - her 3rd DWI in ten years. All involved an accident with another vehicle but no injuries. Most recent DWI her BAC was .20. She plead guilty to top charge: E Felony, 1 count. She has an appearance scheduled for sentencing - the main concern is possible incarceration. My question is: Would it be helpful to write a letter of support on her behalf? She plans to attend an alcohol treatment program. She has been a caretaker for a relative. She plans to attend a college program.
Dear Rhinebeck Friend: You should discuss your show of support with your friend's lawyer (assuming she will discuss...