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The reason behind this question is two things...1) It will give me more time to come up with the finances. 2) I am on unsuprivised probation until April 2015. I would like to be off that before the trial.
The criminal justice system will not be bending to suit your needs. Sorry, but you do not get what you want for the...
I have heard different opinions in this matter. I know of an attorney that has a great reputation but works 120 miles away from the city in which I was arrested. I was also told that an attorney that works often with in the jurisdiction that I was arrested would generally bring better results.
It can help to know the local system and the players. However, an out of jurisdiction attorney can find out a lot of...
Got DUI, cops took license but it won't be suspended for another 30 days. Can I go to dmv and get another one?
Not without breaking the law: When you go to the DMV, you have to sign a statement that you have not been arrested for...
Would hiring an attorney help me resolve my case. Or will I more than likely have to serve jail time for missing the sentence.
If you missed court then a warrant was likely issued for your arrest. This does not mean you will serve jail time on...
I am on probation in Alabama for DUI, and have my license suspended. If i leave to Florida without telling the probation officer, and get another DUI charge with a suspended license charge this time. What charges am i looking at when i return to Alabama
Probation revocation. The new crimes would be prosecuted where they happened, but your probation in Alabama would be...
My daughter over my social security and was try.ing to take care of things for me since she wasnot at court she had no knowledge. Of what I was suppose to do City: Pensacola
You may have a probation violation and/or warrant pending for you in Florida due to failure to complete certain...
I moved from AL to FL in Sept 2012. I got a DUI in FL with my AL DL in Feb 2013. I hadn't changed my license over yet. I hired a lawyer and had my conviction in August 2012. I lost my license for 12 months in Florida from conviction date, I was eligible for a hardship in November but had to register my car first. I went back to get my hardship in January 2014 but I was told I was placed on the NDR by AL and couldn't get my license until Sept. 2014. I contacted Alabama DMV today (4/3/14), and the person I spoke to told me they could credit me the 6-7 weeks to get my license back but I would need someone to fax them an official statement saying when my license was taken away. My license was taken away when I got the DUI (Feb 2013)... So shouldn't they credit that time from Feb to me?
You should speak with the lawyer that handled your DUI. You may need to hire him/her to help you get your license back...