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I was wondering if there's a way to not take the amythist program that I dont have the money for and was asigned to 2 yrs ago?
I don't have a job and its had to find one where I live when you don't have a licence
You can try filing a motion to modify the orders of the court so that you do not have fulfill this requirement. However,...
Vehicle ran out of gas. Hazard lights on, keys in pocket. 1 hr passed making calls for assistance. I was arrested for a DUI.
While on the side of the road I had started to drink. An hour had passed when an Officer pulled up to assist me. He smelled alcohol on my breath, he said he would take me to get a can of gas. Officer told me before he was to take me to get the gas he asked if I would take a breathalyzer test. I reluctantly took the test and failed. I had told the officer I had been drinking during the hr I was on the side of the road making calls. I was arrested for a DUI I was not driving and vehicle was not running and safely parked on the side of the freeway. Is there a defence?
Yes there is no observation of operation - no probable cause - no observation if intoxication. This case screams "take...
Today I had my exit interview for project crash in springfield vt. At the conclusion of the interview, the person interviewing me told me that the state of vermont requires me to get an interlock device installed on my vehicle and that I would have to have it for life. I am trying to discern whether or not this is true. The program I did for crash was the total abstinence program, and all my paperwork was in order. In vermont the paperwork is then forwarded to the vermont DMV who conducts an investigation to decide whether or not I get my licence back. So far my research has told me that the IID is optional and I can wait until DMV makes their decision. However, my interviewer told me that to get my licence back, I would have to get and keep the IID for life.
Your lawyer would be in the best position to answer this query
my lawyer filed a motion to suppress based on a bad stop and the state has yet to respond at all as far as I know. is this a good sign? don't they have a time frame in which they have to respond?
Yes they probably were given a date to respond. You should discuss this with your attorney as they are in best...
Expunging a felony that occurred at age 18 :DUI with injury (broken arm. Now age 32; no more problems with law. Doable?
A drunk driving accident with a broken arm resulted in a felony conviction over 14 years ago. No other problems with the law have occured since then. Can it be expunged and how do I go about it?
More than likely, the state where it occurred has procedures for expunging records. Generally a DUI conviction is not a...
Fraudulent purchase of auto ins. in Vermont. Purchaser got insurance for person w/ 4 DUIs/permanently revoked lic. in FL
A woman in VT fully financed a car and purchased insurance for it in her name, however, she is NOT the primary driver. She bought it for someone who has 4 DUI convictions and a permanently revoked license in the State of FL. He has no license in VT either due to his FL convictions. This woman allows this man to drive the car 24/7 and keep it at his residence. She has her own vehicle. Geico investigated them late last fall and dropped them from the policy after finding that indeed, the purchaser was NOT the one driving the vehicle. They have lots of photographic and video evidence. Now they switched to Progressive who is investigating them for fraud. I have called the police in the area and no one wants to be bothered w/ this. How can these 2 have charges filed against them for this?
I suggest that you make note of the make, model, color and license plate number of the vehicle. The next time you see...
he pulled up to my window at night and said i had bloodshot eyes and used that along with the fact that i had pulled over for maybe a minute in a parking lot to fix my stereo, as probably cause for dui. At which point he asked for my license and then ran it and had an emergency call come in so he ordered me to stay there while another cop came to do sobriety tests. can he really detain me on this alone??
An officer may invetstigate a person that has bloodshot eyes to see if impaired conduct is present.
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