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I currently live in San Luis Obispo and I am planning on moving to Newport Beach. I only have a couple more months of my DUI classes. Am I able to transfer and finish my DUI classes at a center in newport? Or do I have to finish my classes in San Luis Obispo first?
Check with both the SLO program as well as the NB program. If they say yes, then check to see if the court will allow it.
I currently live in San Luis Obispo and I am planning on moving to Newport Beach. I only have a couple more months of my DUI classes. Am I able to transfer and finish my DUI classes at a center in newport? Or do I have to finish my classes in San Luis Obispo first?
Normally, one would have to begin and complete their program with the same entity. You can certainly ask the two...
I was arrested at the door of my house, not while operating a vehicle. I understand the DMV has a separate legal process, but I feel that because I was acquitted (my case was not simply dismissed) AND I was arrested at my front door (the DMV took my hearsay evidence as proof of my guilt) that the arrest should not be reflected on my driving record. Because of the points that the arrest placed on my record, it set up an awful sort of chain of events, leading to a negligent operator suspension, then a driving while suspended, suspension.
The answer is no. The DMV does not remove anything from one's record unless there is an error of some type and...
the first time i got arrested was sitting in a parked car with keys in ignition under the influence of meth. it ended up with me (what i am being told now) getting a DUI. i was homeless so had nothing told me or sent to me in the mail saying what my sentence was...now i am finidng out i have to do a 3 month DUI program in order to get my liscence back. i completed an 11month drug program shouldnt this count more than a "dangers of alcohol" class????
If the three month DUI class was ordered, (sounds like this was your first time DUI offense), then you have to do the...
I know you'll say get an attorney, I did & am meeting tomorrow. Sat. 11/2, at 1:37 (daylight savings so it was actually 2:37) got pulled over right after making a right turn. The street i had turned off of had a parking lane and a bike lane, and 3 dashes at the intersection. officer claimed I "went into the shoulder a little bit". asked if i'd been drinking, asked me out of the car, did FST's- in my halloween dress, barefoot on sidewalk and freezing, PAS-didn't inform me any of which was voluntary, 6 breathalyzers with all different results later I was arrested. there was a man in the back seat that i knew, and he told me he even asked why the officer was pulling the car over (didn't know was mine)- same response. is going into the shoulder while turning right reasonable cause for arrest?
Your question is actually good and you do not need to trivialize it. This is a common reason for pulling someone over....
I was arrested for a DUI in CA, and the police already had someone in custody in the back seat. They pulled me over claiming i was too far into the shoulder of the right lane when i was making my right turn. I am almost positive there weren't any cars behind me, and it turns out i know the guy in the backseat, so i'll ask him which direction they were coming when they stopped me, because they pulled me over right after i made my right turn. I didn't know i could refuse the FSTs and I answered his questions honestly, yet no miranda rights were given. I gave 5 different breath tests which all came back with different results (the lowest being .15). Thank you!
Retain a good lawyer to defend you. S/he will guide you through the process.
An Idaho driver in California was stopped for less than "clearly visible" license plate due to a tiny hitch ball. Even with the ball the numbers do appear legible but this is California! I feel that as the truck is a registered Idaho vehicle it should be judged by Idaho law so I'm looking for a case... pro or con concerning hitch balls and license plates. The situation is similar to a California case where a Florida vehicle had only one license plate which was good according to Florida law but not California law... Florida law was held controlling. Idaho law appears to reference mud or other debris must be cleared off a plate and does not seem to indicate that a trailer hitch ball renders every driver fair game for a detention.
California law applies, not Idaho law. Michael Kennedy, an attorney who posts on Avvo frequently, is something of an...