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Green Card renewal after DUI conviction
My green card expires in January of 2017. I am getting ready to apply for a renewal, I had a DUI conviction back in 2007 and 2013. What are the chances that my renewal will be denied or that I will be deported? Yes, I know I made a mistake so I am not looking to be crucified for them, just looking for some help.
A green card renewal is not likely to be denied for 2 DUI convictions several years apart.
If i have a arrest warrant can i travel by train?
about three months ago i moved to california from colorado and found out a week ago that i had an arrest warrant so i want to go back to colorado and deal with my case but my only transportation would be by train and was wondering if i would not be arrested by the mostly worried because i have my newborn with me and i want to make shure.
Unless you have a probation condition that prohibits train travel which is very uncommon, there is no reason not to...
Is a DUI defense attorney supposed to mention insurance in court?
We hired an attorney to represent our 19 year old son in a DUI case. The victim had claimed over $15,000.00 in auto damages in Aug. 2016 (it was parked at night, no medical issues) but we had full auto coverage to pay all expenses. The lawyer didn't mention to the court (in Jan. 2017) that insurance would pay; and so my son walked out with over $15,000 restitution ordered plus an additional 2625.00 in fees. The victims insurance had paid the victim fully 4 months prior. The police nor the DA's office would give us any of the victims information and it was only after the court judgement that our lawyer would give it to us to give to our insurance company. I had to go to court twice to prove it was paid but I don't think the restitution judgement or the 15% added fees should even be on the books since the victim was not out one dime. Did the lawyer do his due diligence? How do I get this removed from the record?
If your insurance pays the judgement then they will obtain a document called Acknowledgement of Satisfaction of...
How does a PC 1385 affect occupational licensing ?
I have an HS11378 charge that will be dismissed via PC 1385 upon completion of probation in a few months as per my plea deal. I was denied a vehicle sales persons license as a result of this charge, and i am currently waiting a hearing to appeal this. If i choose to forego the hearing and re-apply for a license, when asked if I have ever been convicted of a felony, can I say "no" with the 1385? my concern is if it shows up (or if they remember i previously applied with the felony) because of their knowledge of its existence, they will say I answered dishonestly and deny me as a result of that.
Unclear. You should probably disclose and explain because they'll see it either way and questions may arise.
I finished drinking at my house, then was a passenger in my car for about three hours. Then i drove for an hour, at least?
My car was essentially hi-jacked, so I had to go along because my ex-boyfriend was intent on driving himself home. That took almost two hours; then he jumped out and left the vehicle. It wasn't safe for me to stay there, so I started to drive home. Drove from Copperopolis to Dublin, California.
That doesn't sound like the wisest decision, but who am I to judge? So, did you have a question for us to answer?
What should I do? My surrender date has past.
I have a 15 day confinement in which I got referral to do :Sheriff's work program. In order to start the program, I need to have: 1). Court case # 2). Surrender date 3). Length of sentence. I also have 2 yrs court probation.
If your surrender date has past a warrant has likely issued for you. You should get an attorney or appear in court...
How much would it cost to hire an attorney for a first time DUI?
I was drunk driving and hit behind of a truck. My car was seriously damaged but no one got injured. my courtdate is mar.30. This is my first DUI and don't really know what to do and kind of worried about the cost of attorney and fine. Please give me advice. Thanks alot
Most attorneys offer free consultations. Start making some calls and find out.