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I received a non - compliance report/ suspension recommendation from the Somerset County IDRC for a first DUI. It says that I did not comply with their treatment plan/ recommendation. I have been attending a treatment program although I missed a few days due to illness. I am confused as the letter doesn't specify why they consider me to be non- compliant. I don't know if there is a communication error/ lapse, or what their reasoning is. I also accidentally mixed up the dates of when to send some paperwork back to the IDRC, they had two separate dates listed. I thought it wasn't due until next week, apparently it was due two days ago. I think they are recommending imposing a jail sentence, but I have been compliant. What should I do?
You say that you have been compliant, but you have gotten this notice. Go to the municipal court or MVC and show them...
DUI, 3 months of loss of license
I would go down to IDRC anyway to show it is just the fee. Make sure you document that in some way. Unfortunateley very...
DUI, 3 months loss of License
What could happen is that you could be administratively suspended until the fee is paid. Call the IDRC ASAP and let...
I got my first DUI in NJ about 3 years ago. License was suspended for a bit. Just now I got a second DUI in PA but I still live in NJ and have a NJ drivers license. Will NJ know about my PA offense and take away my license?
Nj and Pa are member of the interstate compact. If Pa suspends you for DWI Harrisburg will notify Trenton. If what you...
this happened in late september of this year. my file became current in august and my interview will be coming up in a few months. how will this affect me getting my green card and my interview? what can i do to avoid rejection? i am willing to do community service and join AA because it was a horrible mistake.
While your 2nd DWI does not automatically disqualify you from permanent residence, it is an option for USCIS to deny...
My parents (elderly) live in NJ. One late night a DUI driver crashed into their mailbox and front tree line. The police arrested the individual and we are unsure if he was drunk or on drugs but he was definitely under the influence. The police apparently bagged some evidence. The problem is that the trees are irreplaceable (20yr old specialty large junipers). the mailbox was shredded and the car (a new Infiniti) was totalled. My parents are hesitant about hiring an attorney because they do not want to start a whole law suit and pay high hourly rates for an attorney. In fact, my father has cancer and goes in for chemo regularly. This is the last thing they needed. I am currently a law student but very far from home, so I am familiar with general tort liability. But, practically speaking, I would really like to find out what is the best road to take under these sensitive circumstances. If it were me, I would sue because I have a feeling the insurance company will definitely quote lower than the actual extent of the damage. I strongly have urged my parents to do an initial consultation with an attorney and NOT to accept any payments from anyone. I would really appreciate any advice on the matter. ~Frank
Thank you for your email. First, your parents present with an economic damages claim for the items delineated....
Alcotest was 0.13 but I have just eaten spaghetti and have alot of stomach problems
You need an attorney regardless. Let him worry about the expert.