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  • Teen Goes on Brutal Robbery Spree to Pay a Fine, Pol...

    Tuesday Mar 3 | via DNAInfo.com 

    A teen went on a brutal robbery spree in Queens because he owed money to pay a ticket - possibly given to him for pot possession, according to police and court records. During the hours-long crime spree, Givan Acevedo, 17, another teenage suspect whose name was withheld by officials because he is a minor and a third man attacked four victims, breaking bones and knocking out teeth, prosecutors say.

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Corona Law

DUI criminal record question..
so last year i plead guilty to DUI and DWAI as a pre-sentence condition. then last week, DWI misdemeanor was dismissed and I plead guilty for DWAI violation and i was placed on a conditional d/c for a year. My question is, will that DUI misdemeanor will appear on my criminal record even i initially plead guilty with DUI misdemeanor and DWAI last year? Thank You!
Not likely but if your curious what your criminal record d reports, conduct a live scan background check on yourself.
Should I hire a DUI Lawyer or Stick with the public defender?
I got into an accident in Queens, New York and my car got wrecked. The person I hit, his car was alright, and left. I was inside the car while my friend took a look at my car outside. Two police officers came out of a train station came over. The car wasn't moving. Fast forward, I blew a .18 BAC. I'm getting charged for DWI and Aggravated DWI. This is my first offense and I don't have any prior convictions. I know since I blew so high and it's an aggravated DWI, I'm just looking maybe reduce it but I just really don't want to do any jail time. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
If you can afford to hire an attorney, then you should hire one. If you have a private attorney, they will have more...
NY driver improvement unit revoked my license for 5 years. can I get a license in another state?
I have had two previous alcohol related charges in NY and mad a terrible mistake and received one in NJ. I went through rehabilitation, and was denied my license for 5 years in NY by the driver improvement unit. I am appealing the decision; I received a letter from NJ saying I have to pay a restoration fee to have my driving privileges reinstated. My question is if my appeal in NY does not work out can I get a NJ license? Will my name come up in the national driver registry?
I believe the information is shared.
I need to reopen a DUI case to change it to a minor misdemeanor
I was arrested in 2008 for a DUI which has been closed as a DWIA with attending 6 months of group therapy and fine. The problem is I need to have it brought down to a record that won't affect my immigration, specifically for DACA. What is the process/steps? Has it been done before? What are the chances?
New York does not have the term minor misdemeanor. DWAI (VTL 1192.1) is a traffic infraction and should not effect...
Can I plead to a lesser DUI offense?
I was arrested Queens NY for a DUI for hitting a parked car while driving my own personal vehicle. I was on prescription meds and my alcohol level was .06 ( below the legal limit which is .08) No one was in the parked car or hurt. I am 63 years old and this is my first offense. Can I plead to a lesser offense?
You can't plead to anything other than the charged offense unless the prosecutor agrees (and the court approves)....
Can I get a NY TLC license if I was convicted of a DUI 5 years ago? I was 21 years old at the time.
I was convicted of a dui when I was 21. I am now 26 years old. My family has fallen on hard times. I wanted to get a TLC license. Its what my father's done for 25 years. Is it possible that I'll qualify for a license?
I suggest that you contact the TLC and ask them.
On the i821 form there is a question if ever being arrested I was for dwi but not found guilty yet cause refused the test .
Shoul I answer yes or not the case is still pending
Yes, you've been arrested but you haven't been convicted.