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I have two DUI convictions--both misdemeanors and both over 10 yrs. old. Will I have any problems getting into Costa Rica?
My record is clean except the 2 DUI's over 10 years old.
Never heard of misdemeanor DUI convictions keeping anyone out of any other country. I'm thinking you'd be better off...
DUI while parked on the side of the highway?
My daughter's story goes, "I pulled over to look for my phone and a cop passed by and checked on me found I have .08 drink on my system? Can you consider that as a DUI?" She has a clean driving record but Just wondering because the cop didn't pulled her over or not caught driving but parked on the side of the road. Please advise if I can contest at least the DUI charge. Thanks.
Yes, while DUI usually requires driving there is provision of the vehicle code that permits the prosecution for DUI...
Is there anyway to get a restricted or hardship driver's license in CA with three DUIs?
My son has a CA driver's license. He had first DUI is CA in April 09. Completed all fines, etc. and license was reissued. Left to go to college in Tucson, AZ. Received two (2) back to back DUIs in April and May of 2012. He graduated in May of this year and completed all AZ fines, jail, etc. CA does not accept AZ classes, so he enrolled in CA DUI classes in June 2013. Called DMV to ask about restricted license and was told yes with SR-22, Ignition Interlock, and class enrollment. Purchased used vehicle and got SR-22. Upon getting appt for Interlocks was told by company that CA DMV said he is not eligible for license until completion of 12 months of classes. No hardship license. First job out of college. Varying hours, days, and locations. HELP!
Good question. A critical needs license is what your son needs to apply for. Under Vehicle Code § § 13353.8 (anyone)...
I had 4 DUI's in California from 1990 to 1996. Alcohol only, no accidents, and all were 0.08 BAC. Any relief from SB 598?
DMV mandatory actions unit told me the other day that I must complete the full 18 month Drinker Driver Class before I get anything. I did enroll in the class and had 14 months completed when they informed me that I had given them the wrong docket number at intake. I gave my H-6 print out to there employee who filled out there paper work. Employee who did my intake no longer works for the company. Finally one senior employee pulled me aside and said "we made the mistake but we won't admit it to the DMV because we get our license from them and I will never admit I told you this" Facts: My enrollment was after my last DUI in 1996 and still to this day my last DUI, so why would I give them a earlier docket number? Exactly I didn't. Sober 5 years and need a restricted license desperately.
Unfortunately, you need to comply with DMV requirements. In addition, however, if that program was ordered as part of...
Will second DUI effect my ability to gain entry into a EU country for a work basis?
I'm moving to London and just got a second DUI, will it hurt my chances to obtain a work visa.
Not necessarily. Goodluck.
Wet Reckless at DMV?
Date of incident Dec.2009. I got a Wet Reckless in court (Feb.2010). BAC was .08. I haven't had the DMV hearing yet. Will DMV suspend my license? Will they make me install a breathalyzer in my car? I'm a first time offender, perfect driving record, low BAC. Do they take that under account?
DMV can still suspend your drivers license if the evidence shows you were driving when your BAC was over .08%. The...
In Santa Clara County, I am filing Petition For Dismissal for my DUI. I need help understanding the option Interest Of Justice.
I am filing petition for dismissal of my DUI in April 2012. I saw the two options for "Interest of Justice" and "lived an honest and upright life since pronouncement..." I definitely fit the first one because I have lived an upright life and honest life with no convictions after that incident in 2012. But I am wondering which option will be better for dismissal. My main concern is the DUI reflecting in my background check. I am a sales professional and I need to drive to clients and use company cars and rentals. With the DUI showing on my record, it is effecting my career and livelihood. Would this be "Interest of Justice" and a better reason then lived and upright honest life? I want to check mark both options, but it says to choose one. It has been almost 3yrs since the incident
This is a question better answered by criminal defense attorneys. It may be well worth your while to have an attorney...