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First DUI in 2008, second DUI in 2009, and third DUI in 2014.
Because of the amount of DUI's, you would not be permitted to receive a permit to carry. There is an appeal process,...
1 ard, 2 guilty pleas,no incarceration
You will not be approved with two misdemeanor convictions for dwi
I just wanted to know if I could ask my PO to go to a rehab while on house arrest?
You can obviously ask your PO about the hoped for rehab. I would be very surprised if you got anything other than...
Arresting officer cancelled two or three times my husband's attorney delayed once. It is a dui charge.
A tremendous amount of information from the official court file would be required to answer your question. You've told...
My wife recieved her first offense DUI in april 2013 in Virginia Beach, VA 1 month before we moved. I deployed overseas and she was scheduled to move back to Pittsburgh, PA. The programs in her area, (greensburg, PA)according to the ASAP counselor she was assigned, do not complete the requirement and we cannot afford outpatient rehab. (which was the option she was given in place of ASAP by the counselor) If she completes every other requirement (breathylizer for 6 months, MADD meetings, AA meetings, pays all fines) is there any way to get out of the actual ASAP class obligation?
She should speak with her Virginia attorney. Since VA beach is a tourist/miltary town, he may have dealt with this in...
I live and was convicted in westmoreland county, pa of 2 nd dui which I just found out was classified as a class one and my probation officer told me I would never be able to own guns again. Also planning a out of country wedding and I don't want any problems. Is there a way to get my charge dropped so I can own guns, and leave country without issues?
I'm not an immigration lawyer, but I don't see how leaving the country would be a problem as long as your probation...
Do I have to answer the question what were the results of my DUI if an employer asks that question during an interview.
The answer to your question is not a legal one, but one based on common sense. Failure to disclose information to your...