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Original filing date in Monterey County Superior Court was January 29, 2008. Court date was January 31, 2008.
You should contact a local attorney and do not make contact with the court/district attorney until you've gotten...
I have three ongoing DUI related cases; however, they are still ongoing. So there is no probation. One should be dismissed due to the technicality issues. It took place in two different states.
There is really no way to give you anything close to good advice with the sparse facts here, but typically, when I have...
My spouse whose English proficiency was chased by a stranger who got pissed by being cut and prevented my husband from parking his car at the apartment's parking lot. He thought he would get shot. Another driver He was handcuffed first and no rights were read to him and lied about him failing the breathe test. He got arrested in the parking lot of the appartment. He was denied an interpreter or an attoney. One cop made threats against him one after another to say to throw him in jail if he asked an interpreter. He called me but they did not wait for me to show up. He has never agreed to blood test. He did no understand when he read his rights. Should he be entitled to an interpreter? Then, he told him it the blood sample was negative, the charge would be dropped. He lied on the rpt
THere are some very complicated issues here, you need to actually speak to a DUI lawyer. If you wish, you can contact...
He has wanted to be a cop since he was 7- even spent time doing the "cadet progam" at a local dept. Stupid stupid stupid mistake. The lawyer and I told him that if he stays out of trouble, and gets his degree in 4 or 5 years he can still apply because they look at overall character and record. He is convinced that his dream has been dashed forever.
This question is very hard to answer and give you a definitive answer. I would say that a single DUI when he was 20...
I was arrested for a 1st DUI on a normal non-commercial license. Blood test came back .04, well under .08 so the dmv sent me a letter stating they set aside my suspension. In the same envelope was a form with information about an SR-22. Please tell me I do not have to pay for that and risk my insurance and/or current rates when I was so far below .08.
DMV documentation can be very confusing. That said, if your case was set aside, then no, you do not need an SR-22....
I got a DUI two yrs ago and got work alternative which I completed and to take the first offender class. My lawyer sent me all of the paperwork and it was delayed getting to me. I went to sign up for te class and was told I had to go to request a new slip w a non expired date to enroll. I did that and while there the clerk stated she thought it was weird because the class did not seem to be part of my probation term but with the DMV. Either way I did that. I moved shortly after that has my mail forwarded to my new address and never got the paper back to enroll and in all honesty forgot about it because I knew I had a restricted license at the point. I work two jobs 7 days a week and go to school full time and I am a single parent and a Veteran I had no intention of avoiding the class.
I believe at this time you will have to complete the alcohol class to get your license back. Check your driving record....
If I can I need a strong lawyer in the San jose area
"No contest" has the same legal effect as a guilty plea and results in a DUI conviction, which can exude you from DACA....