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I applied for CA medical license. I have full medical license in NM. I'm doing my fellowship in UNM. My PD put me on probation for professionalism( communication, tardy ) but the probation has been revoked by our GME. When my program director sent the form to the medical board, she put that I would be put on probation. She also mentioned that I was on performance improvement plan before which I successfully completed. My relation with my PD is not good, I do not want to request her to inform the CA board that my probation has been revoked as she can still put even more dirty things though it has been revoked. Our GME informed NM medical board that I am no more on probation but they would not inform CA medical board. n this situation what should I do as I think probation may affect my licen
I don't know what all the abbreviations are but this is not a DUI question. Perhaps an employment question?
Can they send me to jail because I coudnt afford a etg test
Not sure if they'll send you to jail, but you should really try to find some for the etg test if that's what they want...
We are assigned a US Attorney(federal land accident). The attorney is free of charge, but we are afraid the attorney will not be able to help like a private attorney. The federal criminal investigator already collected evidence, interviewed witnesses, family members and visited him in the hospital 2 times. He has not been charged, but he will be taken into custody as soon as he is medically discharged. He does not have any prior records, he only has a medical record showing multiple admits for mental instability (depression,suicidal ideation,long chronic medical history). After sentencing, if found guilty. Can we appeal the case? What are the options?
You need to speak to your lawyer about these issues. Even more importantly, you should not place any further posts on...
I was convicted of dwi first offense in January 2005. My license was revoked for one year but I never obtained an ignition interlock in order to have my license reinstated and it's been revoked ever since. It's been more than 9 years and I have not been convicted of another dwi/dui since. Am I able to just reinstate my license like normal since it's been so long? Thanks
No. The revocation period is a "floating" time period. It will only start when you 1) have an ignition interlock...
I got out of jail my attorney told me to get into treatment for my addictioASAP if I had a problem. I called numerous treatment centers who were all booked with waiting lists up to 4 months. By the grace of God Santa Fe recovery center said they would take me if I was there first thing in the morning so at 6:00 am I took off for medical clearance. My compliance officer kept calling me and told me to be there by 8;00 am which was the 12/31/14 my attorney instructed me to stay just to send the paper work so he could submit it to the judge and have the old warrant they never served squashed. On 1/2/15 the day after the holiday I was picked up by a sheriff at the request of my compliance officer. how she could over power a doctor who did an assessment and found I needed to be inpatient.
The court has more power than your doctor to put in in jail.
Had a 1st offense DUI in PA back in 2007. Accepted into and completed ARD, (Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition), program where the charges are dismissed without a "conviction" or admission of guilt. Arrest record is expunged and only record of violation is on PENNDOT records for enhancing a later DUI charge. There was NO CONVICTION. Moved to NM. MVD said only eligible for interlock license under statute 66-5-5e. It states "(person) who was CONVICTED on or after June 17, 2005 of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs pursuant to the laws or ordinances of any other state". I plan to challenge the NM MVD because I was NOT convicted of DUI under PA state law. Penndot will send a letter stating that there was NO conviction. Thoughts?
I think.... That it will cost you more money, heartache and misery to fight this than it would be just to get the IID.
My husband and I were involved in a car accident on September 2013. The person who struck us was drunk. Our accident was disastrous, we rolled over and my husband held severe injuries to his head. To this date he is recuperating but the doctors do not know if his symptoms will ever go away (dizziness, headaches, blurred vision). The DA charged the drunk driver with 3 counts of great bodily harm (there were 2 other passengers in our vehicle). Can my husband, given the severity of the accident, qualify for the U-Visa? If so, have there been cases of other people who were victims of DUI like my husband, who gave been granted the U-Visa? Please help – Thank you!
I have not heard of anyone getting a U-visa from a DWI. The closes crime requirement that matches with this...