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This was my friend's first arrest, blew a .16, no property damage, no personal damage. He was pulled over for not signaling while changing lanes. Judge is T. Ferrell. What penalties should he expect? What kind of timeframe is he looking at?
Your friend should not go in unrepresented. Get a lawyer who handles DUI in Nassau County.
I have received four violations for drinking and driving in NYS. The first three convictions are a DWI in 96, another in 97, a fatal accident DWAI in 2001, and have just been sentenced in Aug for a DWI which occurred in Aug of 2011. I received a letter in August from the DMV stating "You are eligible for the DDP. You will be eligible for a post-revocation conditional license/privilege when the revocation period ends." My question is; since, technically, it is treated as a first offense, why can I not get a conditional license prior to the post-revocation period, since it says I am eligible for the DDP - and I thought that was the whole point of the DDP; and will there really ever be a post-revocation period or does "revoked ... for at least 6 months" mean forever under Charlotte's Law?
An answer to your query takes a detailed look at the totality of your driving record and application of the new...
If I got a DUI while on vacation in Rhode Island what happens when the information is sent to my home state of NY?
I just would like to know what is going to happen with my NYS drivers license since I got a DUI in Rhode Island while on vacation. I have already served the suspension period for my license in RI. The court told me that the information would be forwarded to NY DMV and they werent sure what would happen to me here. Looking for find out what to expect.
Your New York license will likely get suspended or revoked depending on what the Rhode Island charge translates to...
Are you eligible for a conditional for dwi+refusal in suffolk county after taking plea to dwi and 1 year interim probation?
i just took a plea from the DA at central islip court for 1 year interim probation and pleading to a dwi. I have been told both that i will be eligible for a conditional after the dmv gets report of the conviction and i have been told that i am not because interim probation is not actually a charge. I would like to know the answer as my current attorney is impossible to get a hold of on this matter.
Your current attorney needs to make himself available to you. That said, normally anyone on Probation must receive...
I have a friend who was involved in a DUI arrest last night and I am wondering what legal implications he may face if convicted. He is a college student and made some very serious/idiotic mistakes. This event took place in New York State. From my understanding he has no prior criminal record. These are the offenses from what I know however he has not been arraigned yet -Driving without headlights on -Driving without a valid drivers license -Driving while intoxicated while under 21 (I do not know the exact BAC) -Providing a false name/information to the police -Resisting Arrest (supposedly was screaming at police officers, they used force against him to restrain him) Looking at these potential charges, what could one expect as a legal penalty? The car driven did not belong to him.
There are a number of possible outcomes, many of them are not good. He needs a very good attorney quickly. There are...
they spent a night in jail and the court gave them released papers,they paid a fine and had been told that the case is closed but yesterday they received letter from a law company from the store that they have to pay additional 500$ each and we are foreign citizens so we are living on a vacation tomorrow and we are living usa in one week. what should we do?what can happen next?
Attorney's on AVVO generally recommend the civil fine/penalty not be paid. Joseph A. Lo Piccolo, Esq. Past...
Do all OASAS evaluations required for Interim Probation in Suffolk County result in referrals for treatment?
In a case involving a plea agreement down to DWAI after a term of interim probation, one of the "surprises" that was introduced by the probation department was the requirement to have an OASAS evaluation done by default. This is all well and good, and anyone can understand the logic behind the county wanting to verify that a first time offender is not at high risk for recidivism. Herein lies the dilemma. A true and fair evaluation would take into account specifics about the individual, and the details of the event that led to their run-in with the law. Based on various anecdotes, I understand that this is not the case, and all individuals referred for an OASAS evaluation are subsequently 'sentenced' to a minimum of three months treatment regardless of need. Is this information accurate?
My office has an OASIS Counselor on speed dial that does it like that and provides rational treatment. What I have my...
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