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I got a dwi
Generally, at the arraignment.
If u r on a restricted work license for your probation for DWI offense.. what happens if u go anywhere besides to and from work?
if someone has been convicted of DWI/and two DUI cases - and they have gone thru the process of payment of fees rendered/classes required by the state and is now on a temporary license... are they allowed to go any place other than to work and to home!?? even if its on the way ????
No. To do so would be to drive outside of the parameters of your restricted license.
felony for 2 DUI, almost 30 years ago. Completely clean record since. Travel to Grand Cayman Island.
Although your convictions were for DUI, you question is better directed to the Immigration law section. You may be...
how long does a dwi stay on your public abstract?
If your question is: how long does a DWI or DWAI CONVICTION stay on your NYS DMV abstract...the answer is 10 years, as...
I got a second dwi after a dwai not too long ago, my lawyer told me that it would help my case to go to alcohol counseling. I understand how it can help me to go to alcohol counseling, but how will it help my court case, I don't understand. Is it more likely that I would get a less harsh sentence?
I have handled over a thousand DWI cases as both a prosecutor and a defense attorney. Typically the offer for a DWI...
It has been 3 months since my arraignment, and I still haven't gone to the suppression hearing yet, if the case is not dismissed at that hearing, and no plea deal is reached with the prosecutor we intend fully to go to a jury trial. I have a prior DWAI, so I can't get a conditional license, so I've gone without a license for a while, and know if I get convicted I will go a lot longer without one. Anyway, if I have no defense witness, and I don't take the stand, and the State just presents its case, how long will it be until I get sentenced, from your experience? My suppression hearing is in the end of July, and the trial date after has not yet been scheduled.
I've handled hundreds, if not thousands, of NY DWI's, and I'm afraid there is not concrete answer. Much depends upon...
I have a DWI-DRUG charge that I was recently convicted of. My court-appointed attorney just went with the motions, didn't really put up much of a defense, but that is besides the point. I am a t-1 diabeticc, and I am worried that if I go to jail for a year that my health will completely deteriorate. There is no way that they are going to give me the standard of care I need to keep healthy (checking blood sugar 5 times a day with a sharp lancet, varying insulin doses, quick access to food/sugar in event of hypoglycemia). Is there any alternative sentencing to people with medical conditions, or do they just have to deal with whatever sub-par medical care the jail has available? I don't want a potential sentence be the death penalty.
This type of argument is not very effective because the corrections system has medical care. If it was an effective...
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