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My daughter was in a single person wreck in Mississippi on her way home to tennessee. Her bac was 1.6. she was taken to ER and then released. We received the tickets in the mail today. One for no seatbelt, one for the officer could not find her insurance car, and the other for driving under the influence. What do we do now. She is 22.
Your daughter is 22. She is an adult. This is her battle and her issue. My answer to her would be that an...
On diversion probation. I haven't violated accept for now
Not only could you lose your diversion with this charge you could also fail a longer probation. You need to hire an...
He was sentenced for 2 years county jail. all he had to go was 5 months and he could have had a better outcome but made a bad decision to drink and drive.
Yes, if his DUI is dismissed and if he is placed back on diversion or probation.
The DUI's where in WA and I no longer live there. I was unable to find a facility that would do outpatient treatment just once a month. I only had 6 months left to go of once a month treatment. Now the state of WA is asking for proof that I completed that.
Hire a WA DUI lawyer now. Failure to complete a deferral program often leads directly to conviction and sentencing. You...
I recently pleaded guilty to DUI and still on probation. I would like to know if/how I can get it removed or downgraded from my record.
Under Tennessee law , a DUI conviction can never be removed from your record. The only way is to be pardoned by the...
I've completed probation, paid all fines, & my year suspension is complete. How do I get my license back?
You will probably have to pay a "restoration fee" and then you should contact DMV to inquire what steps you have to...
I am on probation for reckless endangerment. I have all of my fees paid and community service hours done. I recently was arrested for marijuana possession, paraphernalia, and charged with a marijuana DUI. I was sober, and I'm confident that the blood test will come back fine and the DUI will get taken care of. But I was still arrested. My PO is going to wait until after my new court case to violate me. This is my first violation. I am a full time student, my record is not bad, I hold 3 jobs. I will pass a million clean drug tests and take a drug class before my hearing. My case is in Shelby County, Division 9. I know that lawyers on this site see VOP cases all the time. What is a REALISTIC expectation of punishment for violation? Anything can happen, but what should I really expect?
A similar question was asked and answered under the Criminal Defense section yesterday, please refer to those answers...