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I have two DUI,S; my first one was a diversion that i completed. The second one will be a conviction that i am still going to atend treatment classes for. The Army still sees the first DUI as a conviction and for this reason the recruiters I spoke to say i am not abel to enlist.
Generally, a convictions for a C Felony and lesser convictions can be expunged after the requisite time has elapsed (3...
I was convicted of my 4th DUI in 2010 (all in OR) and was sent to prison for 25 months. After parole, I completed all of my conditions, including treatment. I finally got off supervision back in 2013. Now I am planning on moving to Pittsburgh, PA in the near future. Will I be able to get a driver's license there when I move? I haven't been in any trouble since my last DUI in 2010. Thank you.
Every state has different laws and administrative rules governing licensing issues. However as a general rule, many...
Arrested 9/1/12 then case was dismissed 3/1/14 and refiled after the new speedy trial law took place 4/1/14 the effective date of the new law was 6/18/13 so does the new statue which acts retroactively apply to my case since the alleged crime happened before the effective date of the new law?
Not enough information. Were you arraigned and then dismissed? Why was it dismissed?
Arrested 9/1/12 then case was dismissed 3/1/14 and refiled after the new speedy trial law took place 4/1/14 the effective date of the new law was 6/18/13 so does the new statue which acts retroactively apply to my case since the alleged crime happened before the effective date of the new law?
If your case was dismissed and re-charged, even the old speedy trial statute case law said that the clock started...
i was pulled over for swerving when i wasnt. asked for a blood test and officer refused me. no vidioe in police or station. blew a .03 after refusal and was released into own custody to drive myself home
So, wait, you un-refused? You should consider hiring an attorney to present your case, because 0.03 is certainly...
I live in Oregon State. I received a DUI in 2004. I got diversion and probation for this crime, but I completed it as required. Then in 2007 I was convicted of a DUI, and completed everything as required. Now on New Year's Eve, of 2014, I was stopped and cited for a DUI. I blew a 0.11 BAC and have filed an DMV appeal hearing to try and save my license. I have my first court date Jan 28, 2015, and will plead not guilty. I'm looking to hire an attorney.
I am not licensed to practice in Oregon, but the simple answer to your question is no if you can win the DMV hearing...
I was sittin in a car with two other friends parked outside of a friends house, the car was off and a police officer comes to my door so I open it & he demands my ID. I ask why, he refused to explain why so I refused to show it to him. Another cop comes, throws me out of the car, starts twisting my arm as if trying to break it, I start screaming for help & he continues to bend my arm & twist it . Finally he stops and arrests me, then gives me a MIP consumption with no proof of Me drinking & charges me 1,000$. Next day I found bruises from how hard he was grabbing my arm.
Well maybe he was a little rough with you, but when a police officer is simply asking for ID, you show it to them. You...