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My question is there any possible way of keeping out of prison on a 3rd or more DWI? I have hired an attorney and she isn't help
I have been paying my bonds fee's and I have a breathing device in my vehicle as well. I am 60 years old and a very hard working man. My wife is disabled and needs me at home. PLEASE we need help!!
If you don't like your lawyer, you can fire her and hire a new one. However, be prepared for the new one to tell you...
I received a status hearing letter from judge sent out on second year anniversary for my 2nd dwi arrest?
The only thing that has happened with the case, is that I was granted my occupational license, ( I refused to blow, therefore suspension on license). I have a blower on my vehicle as a bond condition. I received a letter from judge dated on the anniversary of my arrest, stating a Status Hearing was set for 2 weeks away. Is it possible that they can still charge or sentence me? I thought there was a statute of limitations?
The statute of limitations to file an information (the charging instrument in a misdemeanor) against you is 2 years.
I have an abusive and drunk husband that wants to take away my oldest son,,,does he have a shot in wining custody ?????
not to long ago i have filed for a divorce, my x to be has always been violent with me and then he decided to cheat on me with my best friend but could never prove it , now he wants to fight custody for my oldest child which we have 2 others in common and there all his. there is incident reports where he has been abusive to me..now i have met someone that has treated me so good and appreciates me and loves me and my kids...how will this effect me and do u think my drunk x to be will have a shot of getting custody of my oldest child.
So I assume your divorce is not finalized, no custody order etc. You need to document everything (record all abusive...
Can I get a DWLS? If I was told in person & have it writing that with Ins., & SR-22 that I would be legal to drive?
I am in 3rd yr of paying surcharge for No Ins. ticket. I've paid $100.00 2/22/2013 to local DPS for reinstatement fee. And on that paper from paying that payment online states that at this time no other requirements need to met. I was told then I would to get Ins., & an SR-22. Which I do Mon.18th,2013 However Fri.22nd,2013 I was pulled over for brushing the curb and given a warning for it. ,But was told my license was suspended and given a ticket for DWLS. I went to local county court house to try and figure out what was going on with my license. I was told I was supposed to have an Occupational License. No one anywhere through all of this has ANYONE mentioned I needed to do anything else once I had Ins With an SR-22. I've been online on the phone and in person trying to get legal again
You probably don't need an ODL, but you need to find out. Your license was suspended until you paid the reinstatement...
My husband just signed a plea agreement for a DWI. Can he go back on it and just sit it out in jail?
He was given probation for 18 months and breathlyzer on the car for 9 months. He just signed 4 days ago. He just lost his job and we feel it would be easier on us if he just sat it out in jail instead.. can he do that? One person I talked to said No that he would have to violate probation to sit it out in jail. But wouldnt that make it worse? So my questions are can he go back on it and if not would it make it worse if he violated probation buy not reporting?
Your husband needs to talk to the lawyer that handled the DWI.
My husband has gotten his third dui and the da is saying 8 yrs in jail can that be right?
my husband got his first dui at 21 then went to the navy. Got his second at 26 then his third at 30. The da is saying 8 years. This cannot happen. . He is a good man with a family. I am so scared.
While laws vary from state to state this information does not sound completely off-base. Your husband is almost...
In mid-2012, I received a conviction for DUI. My license, as per the court, was suspended for 1 year. DPS never received notice of the conviction, and my license never showed up as suspended. Three years later now, I am wondering about the surcharge which also wasn't assessed. The Texas statute says: Sec. 708.102(b) Each year the department shall assess a surcharge on the license of each person who during the preceding 36-month period has been finally convicted of an offense relating to the operating of a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Sec. 708.102(d)A surcharge under this section for the same conviction may not be assessed in more than three years. Will the surcharge automatically expire this year, so that it can never be assessed as it passed out of the three year time frame?
Check your license and all the applicable surcharges and other actions on DPS website. It will tell you what is...
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