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I plead guilty to d.u.i. on july 24,2014. I was order to pay fine and attend alcohol program. IF i fail to go,what can happen?
I have been diagnosed in past with anxiety dis-order. I am struggling in A.A. meeting revealing personal info.
What can happen if you disobey the Judge's Order? 1. Extended probation until you comply. 2. Held in contempt...
What are the steps for Pretrial Diversion for DUI and how early can I start the process?
I am in the military and got arrested for a DUI and am looking to go the Pretrial Diversion route. I had a BAC of .12. I get out of the military in August and my court date is in September. I was wondering if I could set the dates for everything that I have to do for PTD so that they won't interfere with the military. And I will also be in Tuscaloosa starting in the fall so was wondering how that would work in coordination with Lee County
Your best course of action is to retain an attorney that is thoroughly familiar with Alabama DUI and driver license law...
Do I still have to pay money if I already sat my dui fine out
I got convicted in 2008 served 93 days, 9 years later I got arrested on it saying I still owe money what can I do
The best thing you can do is pay off the outstanding fines or court costs associated with the DUI charge.
Has the statue of limitations ran out of time to charge with theft?
In 2013 my sister stole my driver's license and used it when she got caught shoplifting. Since they thought she was me, she was booked under my name and information. Of course she has not taken responsibility or gone to court on the matter, I found out after the fact. Can I still be charged 4 years later? In Alabama.
If she never did anything - you must have a warrant out in your name. You need to contact an attorney to find out what...
Is there enough to convict BUI?
I was pulled over for driving at night and not having my stern light visible from 360. That's a lie though - it was on and sits on top of my waketower. The officer even stated that he couldn't see it good enough, which tells me he really could see it. This is a light that's been installed by the manufacturer, so I know it's a 100% legal setup. So to me, that makes the whole stop illegal, violating my fourth ammendment rights, and a fishing expedition for the police. I was asked to recite the alphabet, which I did, then asked to do a breathalyzer, which I refused. I also refused it at the station. Blood or urine was not collected either. So there's nothing indicating I was over the legal limit. I did acknowledge drinking a few beers earlier in the day, but no timeline or quantity was discussed. I will definitely hire an attorney, but does the DA even have a case?
Newsflash: You have NO 4th Amendment right on the water (none). The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is...
If a saftey is in effect and the parents have refused a drug test by DHR and have said their rights have been violated
the parents said they told DHR that they had an attorney and their attorney told them not to go have the drug test done, When the children were removed fron there house DHR asked them to do a urine test and they refused. Now they were told they had to do a hair folic test and was told when to go and told the DHR case worker that they were not going, they said they had contacted a attorney and he told them not to go, Can that be done without the attorney talking to DHR or a judge
Can what be done/ You need to ask your attorney not us who do not have your case.
How is a North Carolina DWI going to affect me in my home state of Alabama?
This is the second one I got up there due to medication and then wine. Stupid, yes! Alabama never contacted me the first time. Now it happened again and I have no reason to think I will not be convicted. I have small children by myself and am scared to death about losing my driving privilege and license. Can I do anything to mitigate the severity of what's to come? Thank you.
Upon receipt of a conviction for DUI/DWI from an out of state driver license bureau or agency, the state of Alabama...