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I'm on probation for my 3rd DUI, no violations, all court ordered requirements completed. Can I get my license back much earlier
My sentence is 5 years. I have a child and need to be able to get him to my sisters and back so that I can work. I was told if I have no violations I can get off in 2 1/2 years. I won't make it that long. I've passed all drug test.
Unfortunately many of these questions depend on the situation and your complete background. Without that info an...
NYS. My 20 Year Old Son, got stop and charged with a DWI- BAC 0.11. Speeding 69 in 55. What charges penalties will there be?
NYS. My 20 Year Old Son, got stop and charged with a DWI- BAC 0.11. Speeding 69 in 55. What charges & penalties will there be? Also, not dimming his bright lights/fog lights. Also, he is covered under our family insurance. How much will this effect our insurance premiums and/or will the insurance company drop us. No previous convictions with my son. He went to court last night, and it got adjourned, so he can obtain a public defender.
The attorney who ends up representing your son will be in a much better position to give you a guess as to how this...
I have to have an interlock put on my car and my husband is the one who got the dwi. its my car titled registered and insured. a
because hes in my household is why i do. hes off probation. why am i being punished. his driving priviages are revolked for a year so i will be the only one blowing into it.
I have heard that other states have these types of interlock requirements, which make absolutely no sense. If he had an...
i am from ny. i moved to ca and surrendered my ny license to get a ca license. a year later i was convicted of dwi in ny. they revoked my ny license, which i didn't have any longer. can i drive in other states with my valid ca license?
Yes--your privilege to drive was revoked in NY. Joseph A. Lo Piccolo, Esq. Immediate Past President, Criminal...
I am a NY state resident.I have recently plead guilty to a dwi on a refusal because I thought I had no options.
I did not think I could win with a public defender.I thought about it and wanted to withdraw my guilty plea upon sentencing.Is this possible?
I recommend that you immediately notify your attorney of your desire to withdraw your plea. He or she will need to file...
I dont usually ever drink. I got in a car with some people, and they were drinking in the car. Driver was sober. I had 2 sips of the drink, to see how it tasted. I dont usually drink, so I guess my tolerance is really low, and it ended up showing positive on the breath test (though it was really low, either 0.01 or 0.02). We all initially lied at first and said there was no bottles, but the policeman searched and found some. I have a court hearing for a MIP charge in 2 weeks.The catch is that I'm going to the medical school/navy, and I cant afford to have this show up on my record. What should I do in court? Should I admit the truth, or deny even knowing there was alcohol? If they ask me questions in court, should I say that yes there was alcohol in the car, so should I deny knowing that
You don't have to admit to anything. The burden would be on the police officer to establish that you were indeed in...
The indictment is vehicular assault. The offer is to serve the sentence, and if no violations you wind up with DUI. If there are violations the vehicular assault.goes on your record permanently. I can't figure out how this setup works. Which charge do you plea to initially? Is the sentence based on the vehicular assault or the DUI? (In this case jail won't be applied for either one.) It is NOT the interim plea thing. It's a compromise between a dui & a vehicular assault charge. Similar to when a DUI is switched to reckless after the term is served if served successfully. I've asked here before, but can't seem to ask in a way that's clear enough to get the information that tells me if it's 3years or 5 years. Thanks.
If the final charge is a felony then probation is 5 years. If the final charge is a Class A misdemeanor then probation...
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