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I have a MD license and was convicted of DUI reduced to reckless driving in VA. Would my PO ever call me to urine test me?
I was convicted of DUI reduced to reckless driving in Fairfax, VA, and I am a resident of MD. I was just wondering if POs bringing in to test people, who live out of state are common (an hour drive to Fairfax from where I live). How likely is that she is going to call me? Does completing ASAP mean there won't be random testing? Also, am I even allow to travel to different states (my license was suspended only in VA), or do I have to stay near Fairfax in case she decides to randomly test me?
You would need to ask your attorney. If you were not represented, you would need to consult with an attorney in...
I was in the car with a friend, it was a rental in my name, but she was driving. We got into an accident and I told the police officer that I was driving because I was the only registered driver for the rental. I broke my arm went to the hospital and eventually was written up for a DWI. Since I already told the police officer I was driving and was written up the ticket, should I go to court and lie? Help I don't know what to do.
First, ethically, I must advise you I am not licensed to practice in Maryland; and I do not practice in Maryland....
I received good answers to my question of if I need to advise my insurance company of My PBJ DUI. The specific question on the questionnaire asks if anyone on the policy has "had a motor vehicle violation" if I answer yes then they want the date and violation type. I've grown up and taken responsibility for a stupid mistake 2 yrs ago and feel like going go be in trouble now with my insurance company. Please offer any advice. I've already spent $10,000 in fees fines and probation costs.
I'm not sure what your question is. However, you need to be forthcoming about your past. It's good that you're now...
Ex husband plead guilty to a DUI last week. He refuses to tell me if he can legally drive right now. From what I have read his license is probably revoked since this is his second offense, but he claims the first was not a conviction and he is driving legally. He drives our kids to practices and our pick up spot and I would prefer that he let me handle transportation if he has no license, but he refuses. I don't want our kids put in a situation where dad is getting arrested if he gets pulled over for a tail light being out on the way to practice. Thoughts?
You can look up the disposition here: http://casesearch.courts.state.md.us/inquiry/inquiry-index.jsp If he was...
I am a Registered Nurse in the state of Maryland. I got a DUI in July 2013 and got a PBJ upon hearing. I just got a letter from Maryland board of nursing (MBON) asking for additional information for investigation. I have been in my best behavior since my DUI. I was not much of a party girl to begin with; just some really poor decision. What is going to happen to my license? I was so consumed about getting it over with, I did not realize that I had to tell the MBON about my case.
Consult with the attorney that handled your DUI case or use the "Find a Lawyer" function to find an attorney that...
The insurance was supposed send the settlement check to me. I was told that there was an error in the processing and they have to re-do it again. They will send the release paper and the check together. Today, the car was listed on eBay and was sold for $1,125.00. The original estimate to repair is $8,456.00. They are only paying me $5,700.00 because the guy is under insured. So I sold the car on eBay ($1,125) to add to the $5,700. I bought another car which is $13,200.00 . I have not sign any paper from the insurance that I accepted the offer. Can they stop the check payment if they find out that I sold the car already even if we already agreed on the settlement amount? I need to send the title to the new buyer real soon. Should I cancel the sale? The buyer is from London, UK. Thanks
Who advised you to do all of this? Best bet is to call your insurance company now to straighten out this mess.
I was recently accepted into a very competitive program in school. The next step is a physical & criminal background check. The only time I've been in trouble with the law was in 2005 when I received PBJ for a DUI. I was only 21 at the time & I learned my lesson. I'm concerned that the DUI will show on my record once it's pulled by the program directors. I don't know what to do.
Generally, a "probation before judgment" (PBJ) disposition can be expunged. However, the Maryland legislature, in order...
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