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The driver has an ignition interlock device
Not enough information to properly answer your question. Does the vehicle in question belong to the driver? If so...
The driver has an ignition interlock device
Not unless the driver is also intoxicated. If stopped, the passenger in VA may be charged for public intoxication....
i don't drink alcohol anymore,why must i be put on a restricted license and treated like a criminal after 19 years
Unless the DWI was not your first, you should just have to complete ASAP or proof you completed ASAP or equivlent...
my son had a dui involving inuries (no felonies) in pa. he left pa and went to va where he was arrested.pa never came and picked him up. there were two court hearing in va while they continued to hold him for pa. finally they released him as he had no charges in va.is it true he will not be extridited unless theres felonies involved or how can we see if theres a governors warrent out on him? (he fought extradidtion from va to pa.)
If he has an attorney, I'd suggest giving them a call. Good luck.
got a dui in 05 paid cc & fines dun my time,petitioned cort to reinstate got lock box installed but now dmv says in 02 judge suspended my licens for 10 yrs for driving suspended he is retired now whare do i go from here
Your description sounds like a rather confusing situation. You clearly need to determine what the current status of...
I got a DUI in NC 14 years ago. I was put on probation and later moved back home to VA. I never paid my fines. I was a kid then, but it still worry about it. If I was to get pulled over in NC now would I go to jail?
Answered 03/18/2010: Because you have not paid your fines and costs regarding that DWI, you might get pulled over for...
I was convicted of the one DUI. WIll this hurt my chances of employment? How common are DUIs in the US?
A DUI from most states will show up on one's criminal record. These convictions are extremely common.