NYS. My 20 Year Old Son, got stop and charged with a DWI- BAC 0.11. Speeding 69 in 55. What charges & penalties will there be? Also, not dimming his bright lights/fog lights.
Also, he is covered under our family insurance. How much will this effect our insurance premiums and/or will the insurance company drop us. No previous convictions with my son.
He went to court last night, and it got adjourned, so he can obtain a public defender.
The attorney who ends up representing your son will be in a much better position to give you a guess as to how this...
i am from ny. i moved to ca and surrendered my ny license to get a ca license. a year later i was convicted of dwi in ny. they revoked my ny license, which i didn't have any longer. can i drive in other states with my valid ca license?
Yes--your privilege to drive was revoked in NY.
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I dont usually ever drink. I got in a car with some people, and they were drinking in the car. Driver was sober. I had 2 sips of the drink, to see how it tasted. I dont usually drink, so I guess my tolerance is really low, and it ended up showing positive on the breath test (though it was really low, either 0.01 or 0.02). We all initially lied at first and said there was no bottles, but the policeman searched and found some.
I have a court hearing for a MIP charge in 2 weeks.The catch is that I'm going to the medical school/navy, and I cant afford to have this show up on my record. What should I do in court? Should I admit the truth, or deny even knowing there was alcohol? If they ask me questions in court, should I say that yes there was alcohol in the car, so should I deny knowing that
You don't have to admit to anything. The burden would be on the police officer to establish that you were indeed in...
I had a DWAI conviction in 2008 and just (2013) received a failure to submit to a chemical test. I will be accepting a DWI charge. My understanding is if I have had a conditional lic in the past 5 years I can not get one following this charge. However, I have pulled my MVR and it only shows a hardship lic was issued and then my lic was fully restored after guilty plea to the first ticket. in 2008. Would my MVR show if a conditional lic was issued and because it does not am I eligible for one now?
If you refused a chemical test in 2013 and the administrative law judge makes that ruling at the refusal hearing, you...
Many of the legal consequences of a DUI conviction are well known: Jail, fines, suspension and the revocation of driving privileges. But DUI is an iceberg, and its vast bulk lies hidden from view. The unspoken costs of a DUI conviction can range from freedom to money to the very right to travel.