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Was charged with a dui, posted bail, and released. While I was leaving through the lobby, I had a coughing fit. Told them I was fine, but they called an ambulance, physically force me in. At the hospital, told them I was fine, and refused any tests. They held me there, against my will for a couple hours. I refused to give them any contact phone numbers. Then miraculously, my daughter showed up, with her friends to pick me up. I asked who called her(her cell phone), she said the police. The only way they could have gotten that number was from the hospital. She is listed as my emergency contact.
It his highly unlikely that a lawyer would accept such a case unless you want to pay the attorney his hourly rate....
In a DWI/DUI arrest case does police need consent of driver to have a Blood alcohol level drawn ? And if police does not use implied consent law to draw blood for BAC especially when intoxication and an accident may have been suspected, is that deviation from standard protocol.
Consent or a warrant. are needed for a DUI, but it doesn't mean they won't charge you.
I moved from IL to NY and got a DWaI here. I paid all the fines, went to court, etc and it all ended here so I went to the DMV to get my license after the NY suspension period and IL had put a hold on my license. My question is what are my options? My license was expired and I paid the fine for driving without a valid license. Doesn't that mean I was driving without a license? How does IL have the right to punish me for something I did in another state without a license (the only connection to IL)? Should I get an OOS hearing packet and do that whole thing as it said on the Sec of State's website? Or is my only option trying to get it down to reckless driving? I don't want to go back to court so this is not really an option for me. Also can someone tell me if Im actually charged in IL now?
Have you paid the reinstatement fee or whatever is required in NY? You will not be able to get an IL DL unless and...
I was convicted with a DWaI in NY where I live. But my problem here is that my license has been revoked (as in IL has put a national hold on DMV registry) even after all of the court, state and DMV reinstatement fee and finishing out my NY suspension. IL did not give me a summary suspension of 6-months like would be for the average first-time IL license holder. Mine was revoked. First, let me see if I understand: - NY's DWaI (BAC below .08) = IL DUI - Expired IL license = still an IL license (last valid state lic) - First time DUI offense -> summary suspension of 6 months - CONVICTION of DUI w/o lic in IL = aggravated DUI = revoked. I was convicted in NY and driving w/o license was dropped. I was CONVICTED of DUI. IL cant revoke based on what my conviction WOULD've been had I been in IL?
Were you driving on a IL license when you got your DUI in NY? If so, your problems your facing are because you were...
2 DUI - the first one back in 1990, never lost driver privileges as I worked for a Law office. I had another 17 years ago and my license was revoked. Haven't drank in years and fond religion and my wife is losing her eyesight due to diabetes and I need to get a Drivers License. What options due I have
You have to make a request with the Secretary of State to reinstate your license. There, you can show all the...
I GOT MY FIRST ZERO TOLORENCE WHEN I WAS 16 AND THE SECOND ONE WHEN I WAS 17 MY DUI WHEN I WAS 20 AND ITS MARKED AS FIRST OFFENCE IM 22 NOW
If your base privileges are intact and unrestricted you probably can. Employment is, however unlikely.
involved in accident. four tickets. dui failure to reduce speed. no lic. no insurance. I was covered at time of accident. I have a valid dl. I was taken to hospital in ambulance. I was given iv I was asked by the officers to submit to a blood test. I did
I have seen test results in six hours up to four weeks. Speak to a lawyer right now, and notify the insurer once you...