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I was arrested in Wabash Co Illinois for a DUI - I have been discriminated against in many ways and went to court and had no say
I was charged for failing a sobriety test - I was actually having a medical angina attach as the officer wrote my speech was slurred, confused -well of course I was I told this officer over and over I was having an angina anxiety attack -he denied me access to my purse for my rescue inhalor - then searched my car and seen that I take 13 meds -2 controlled is what he wrote the ticket on - well, I hadn't taken my meds that day and they had all of them at the jail, counted them and knew this - I was discriminated against today in court for I was given no chance to produce my proof of my condition/disabilities - I was ordered to take a $150 DUI evaluation class before I can speak to the States Attorney - WHAT ! I have proof of my disabilities - including the attacks -and want to pursue this
You really need to speak to an experienced DUI attorney in your area. They can help you bring up these issues and fight...
I have had 2 dui's (1994 and 1996). I have been to 2 formal hearings. (2003 and 2009). I was denied full reinstatement but in 2009 was granted an RDP; however, I was laid off from my job before I got the RDP, so now they won't let me have it. I have not been in any kind of trouble for almost 14 years. I voluntarily took 75 hours of counceling, thinking that would help, that was in 2008. I would appreciate any advice. Thank-you!
You may be able to get a license in Colorado.
I was recently convicted of dui. It's my second arrest, but first conviction. I know I will be revoked for a minimum of 1 year. My question is will the letter I get from the SoS show a starting date for the revocation that is set for AFTER the letter is sent out, as was the case with the SSS letter they sent? Or am I considered revoked once my paper work hits their system. If thats the case, how would I know exactly when my revocation starts?
Yours is an administrative question for the Sec. of State and this is a general legal Q and A forum. Call Jesse White'...
I WAS PULLED OVER FOR A D.U.I AND REFUSED FIELD TEST. I WAS DENIED MY LAYWER NEVER READ MY RIGHTS AND BLOOD WAS FORCED. HELP???
MY FINGERPRINTS NOR PHOTO WAS TAKEN I WAS NEVER BOOKED WAS RELEASED AND WAS TOLD PENDING RESULTS OF THE BLOOD TEST A WARRANT WOULD BE ISSUED. IS THIS RIGHT???
there are no clear guidelines as to how a police officer make conduct a DUI traffic stop, you should take this time to...
I have 2 DUI arrests on my record (IL). 1 conviction, 1 w/ court supervision. How can I go about mentioning this on a job app?
First DUI on October 30th, 2011 for which I received court supervision. Second one was on September 10th, 2012 for which I did get a conviction. How can I disclose this on a job application/interview and do I come clean with both arrests or just the 2nd which was a conviction? What would be the best way possible to do this?
Both the conviction and the arrest will show, so, you'd best be totally honest about it.
Is there ever an exception to the rule of collateral attacking a previous DUI if you had a lawyer at the time?
Recently I received a 2nd DUI and want to try to collateral attack the 1st "guilty plea" DUI of 20yrs ago but was told since I had a lawyer at the time it was not an option. But due to the fact I showed up to court completely drunk, to where my lawyer advised me to not speak to the judge due to my intoxication, I am wondering if there can be a way to attack just the fact that I accepted a plea in such a state. Or is there anything I can do now 20yrs later to the lawyer still practicing for allowing me to do such a thing.
There is nothing you can do about your 20 year old DUI cnivuction.
This past Friday I was found guilty of my second dui. First one was 8 years ago and I got and cleared supervision. The SoS hasnt gotten the paperwork yet. Does it make any sense to hire an administrative lawyer to get the ball rolling and file for a hearing, or can nothing really be done until I get the revocation letter from the state? I've heard it can take anywhere from a short to long time to get it, so is it possible to get a jump on things?
Be completely prepared for your hearing. A continuance will not be granted if you do not have proper documentation.
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