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My fiance is currently serving 364 days in Cook County for driving on a revoked license. The last 20 years he has gotten 7 driving on revoked, and 2 DUI convictions (no accidents or injuries). He has totally cleaned up his life. His last arrest was 2 years ago and the case just go heard. He no longer drinks alcohol, he never did drugs. We are expecting our first baby shortly after he gets out and it is going to make it hard for me to drive him. His arrest date was 6/27/2011, he will be released on 9/30/2013, can he apply for a workers license right away?
Not until all his hard time on his suspension and any extensions have run. Go to an informal hearing officer for a...
In 2010 I got a DUI since I'm not legal I lied about my age i said i was 21 years old when I was really 16.5 ... some how they believed me. Well im booked as that age now, if I want to come clean about it (because I wanted to see If I can fix my immigration status) would I have to serve jail time? how much time? Im i going to be able to fix anything?
I dont know of any way to fix this. The date of birth you gave will always be on your rap sheet. Before you do anything,...
It was a first offense and I met all court requirements.
Traffic tickets are not expunged. They remain on your driving record but they do not show up on your criminal record.
I am on bench probation for violating diversion. I have been given permission to leave the state. I will pay my fines promptly and follow my terms of probation ie: attend treatment classes, refrain from using alcohol and substances, submit to testing. During this time I would need to have a license to get to treatment and to look for work and attend school. I am 48 and have a clean record other than this first DUI conviction in Oregon. I also suffer from bi-polar and see a doctor regularly. I am trying to receive disability benefits at this time but have been denied.
Illinois cannot issue you a license while you are suspended or revoked in another state, not even for hardship.
I was out of the country and when i came back the immigration officer after scanning my id stopped me and asked if i was arrested, I told him i got a DUI a year ago and he then told me that i can be deported from US and then took me to another room in the back and made me wait and took my green card and passport. Afte 10 mins another immigration officer came and gave me my documents back and told me i could go. This incident really scared me and i am wondering if they can really deport you for a DUI offence.
You cannot be deported without getting notice of removal proceedings in most cases. It is unlikely you will be...
I had a Baiid installed in my car. I got two violations under one MDDP which extended my SS. When my original SS was up I received a new MDDP with a different number and subsequently got two more violations. Are they going to seize my car? Or do these two violations count separately since it's a new permit?
A third violation requires the SOS to report it to the State's Attorney It's then up to him whether or not to impound...
In the 2011 secretary of state dui factbook for the state of illinois, it reads that one of the penalties is, " Revocation of driving privileges for a min. of 5yrs. for a 2nd conviction within 20yrs." I received supervision for a dui in Feb. of 1992, and was just arrested for dui in Dec of 2011 and did not blow at station. No aggravating circumstances in either arrest. Only had 2 Speeding tickets in my driving career 1990,1995. For sake of this question consider that SSS hearing was a loss and not rescinded, as well as a loss in the criminal trial that resulted in a conviction, and knowing either 5 days jail or 240 com service hours are a part of the penalty, would I also be revoked for 5 years? Ive heard only 1yr revocation with no chance of a baid or any type of driving relief. Confused.
No. Supervision is not a conviction and did not result in a revocation. You will be revoked for one year. Prior to your...