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Can I expunge my Arizona DUI in California?
I got a DUI in Arizona in 2011 and have been a California resident since 2015. No other convictions after the DUI. In California, a DUI rolls off the record in 7 years but in Arizona you cannot expunge it and stays on your record forever. If I am now a California resident with a California license, will the DUI drop off my record in 2018?
NO. You'll need to handle that in AZ. Suggest you contact an attorney licensed in AZ.
What's the "typical" judgment or penalty that a judge hands out for driving on a sus license from dropping Dui class
Family issues back home and i forgot to ask my program for a leav of absence. So I got dropped. Lost insurance as well. Bam!, suspension. I reinstated with my program ( 1 step towards restricted license ). Drove to work a few days after and was going to leave early in order to take part of task #2 for restricted license (pay DMV $. THATS IT! Just give them $) that morning I got pulled over for excessive speed (NO RADAR). The rest is history. Wondering if I really need to get an attorney for this or is "first offense" a pretty standard punishment. Thank you
Driving on a suspended license is another offense. You'll also be looking at a violation of probation. Result will be...
Can you have a small amount to drink and still drive while you have a restricted license due to a DUI?
DUI took place 9 years ago, never dealt with it. Currently taking DUI classes and driving on restricted license. Is it ok to have a couple beers and drive?
Sounds like a bad idea, no? Ask this question in class and see what they say.
If I have a dui and I'm in probation can I travel
i live in California. Want to travel to vegas can I or I can't ?
You need to ask your Probation Officer. Good luck.
Can someone get a copy of police report for DUI after arraignment?
I had an arraignment for DUI yesterday but I asked them to give me time to think and they made another arraignment for next month. my question is that can i ask for a copy of police report from the court to see what the police charged me with? thank you if you help me with it. it was Palo Alto court.
You can obtain a copy of the police report from the DA. It's called a discovery request. But, you would find out what...
Can someone get a copy of police report for DUI after arraignment?
I had an arraignment for DUI yesterday and but I asked them to give me time to think and they made another arraignment for next month. my question is that can i ask for a copy of police report from the court to see what the police charged me with? thank you if you help me with it. it was Palo Alto court.
Your lawyer will ask for all discovery......
Can I reopen my DUI case from 2010? (Santa Clara County, California case)
In 2010, I was in a bad relationship and my boyfriend was my designated driver. He was not a good person and he tried to take advantage of me. The car go into an accident and he left me in the car with car half on the side curb. Car was on and obviously being inebriated at that time, my smart mind thought that I should get the car off the curb and park it properly. To my worst luck, that is when the police drove by and pulled me over and I got convicted of DUI. I did not know much and paid A LOT for an attorney who did not present my case properly I feel. He never told my point to court and never let me speak in court either. I had witnesses from the party we left that he was my designated driver. I wish we could present all this. I understand that I was in that seat and drove for the mili second which is not legal, but I had no intention of harming anyone or myself by driving under the influence. I wish I was able to present my case better. The reason this is harming me now is because I have been in this country for over 24 years legally, but never filed for citizenship. I want to file for citizenship but this is affecting my record. What can I do?
I'm moving your question to the Criminal Defense category; someone there will be better able to assist you.