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Does it make financial sense to get a conditional license? Also what happens if I dont have a license to surrender to the DMV
I was convited of a DUI in New Jersey over a month ago. Today I recieved an order of revoking my license in NYS for 3 months from the court date. The DDP takes 2 months to complete. Although the DDP must be completed to satisfy the NJ IDRC requirements does it even make sense to go after a conditional license if I would be eligible to reinstate my license after the 90 day suspension? On another note I misplaced my drivers license and dont have anything to surrender to the DMW. If i dont surrender any license soon will they become suspicious? Thank You for your help in advance!
You are eligible for a conditional license upon enrollment in the DDP not completion. Whether it makes sense depends...
Looking for a DUI attorney in the Montgomery County Pennsylvania area, that accepts weekly/monthly payment plans.
I am being charged with my 4th dui in Montgomery County Pennsylvania. As well as driving without an ignition interlock. I am not concerned with the fines that will follow as much as I am avoiding jail time. I do not know if this matters at all but I live out of state in Albany, NY. I have 4 kids to support so staying out of jail is a huge concern to me and my family. I have just recently returned to work after a few months of being absent, so I do not have money saved up to afford an attorney outright. I am this week going back to full time which I make about 700 a week. I did refuse the chemical test so I am sure that this is going to be charged in the 3rd tier as .16 or above. I have seen multiple options in my research such as drug court, alcohol court and the IPP program.
You posted on the New York Avvo page. I suggest you re-post on the PA Avvo page or use the Find A Lawyer tab.
2 years ago i plead guilty to a DWI charge in which the officer lied about numerous things. I plead to the charge because I was told it is impossible to fight a violation of probation. I have recently learned that if the charges were dropped, the VOP would have been dismissed as well. I am very disturbed that my attorney told me this especially that the officer lied about numerous things and it says on the arrest report that there is video of the arrest. I am thinking of appealing the matter and possibly suing the lawyer. I have since called the attorneys firm with the matter and they more or less told me that the lawyer was completely in the wrong without admitting any fault. I have been told that with the evidence of the officer lying that the case would have been thrown out immediately.
You should first look for counsel to review all your post-conviction relief options.
I got a DWI 3.5 years ago and am currently on probation (5 years), my Roommate got a DWI 1.5 year ago and is also on probation, we have the same probation officer, we also live with my significant other who has no legal trouble. Unknown to me or my significant other, 4 months ago my roommate stole a prescription pad from the doctors office he works at and has been writing prescriptions to himself, and only himself, for various painkillers. Neither I or my SO had any knowledge of this. My roommate was just fired from his job today because his boss found out about the stolen pad and he has not been arrested, but I believe the police are being involved. Am I at risk for legal trouble? Can I or should I do anything if I'm at risk? Should I call my probation officer?
No reason that act alone will get you in trouble. Joseph A. Lo Piccolo, Esq. Past President, Criminal Courts Bar...
My surgery was canceled as a result. They tell me that this level is calculated differently than a breathalyzer test. Again, my question is what is .95 equivalent to in comparison .
Are you sure it was a point 95, and not point 095? Point 95 would basically mean that 95% of your blood was alcohol. I...
Is it legal for a police officer to take my car keys out of my pocket while I was being detained for DWI?
I was sitting in the cop car, I was not arrested officially until I reached the police station, and I was not in the car when I was "pulled over". I was out of the car, and the cop ordered me to get into the car.
This question is a bit confusing: what exactly is your question?
I was arrested for DWI and in the police reports the officer does not indicate a reason for the traffic stop. Also, on the police reports he says that the traffic stop occurred two streets down from where it actually occurred. Would these facts have any bearing during a suppression hearing for dismissal?
These facts are relevant. You certainly can litigate the motion, but only a qualified attorney in your area with full...
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