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She was pulled over for being on the wrong side of the road on a rotary. Does she have any reason to try to fight it or just try for Wet reckless. They also suspended her liscence in NH. Does that mean her liscence is suspended in MA where she lives. It was last Thursday and she has not gotten any correspondence from NH as of yet. Thanks for your help.
Yes, your daughter has a reason to "fight" the DUI charge. The biggest reason is to try to avoid a DUI conviction and...
Will a DWI conviction (First offense only)make licensing of massage therapy difficult or prohibitive to the following states?
Will a DWI conviction make licensing of a massage therapist difficult or prohibitive to the following states? This is a first offense non aggravated no prior convictions of any sort. South Carolina, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington State, Louisiana.
Relax, I'm not answering your question, but I have one for you. Why on a first offense DWI would you be expecting a...
I have received conflicting information from lawyers in NH about a declassified DWI which becomes a violation showing up on your permanent background check. 2 Lawyers said it wont show up because a violation is not a crime, another said yes it will it will just DWI- violation. What is the correct answer?
It shows up. Having it reduced to a violation gives you the ability to tell employers you have never been convicted of...
I received a DUI 4 years ago in New Hampshire, Is it mandatory that I wait another 6 years before I can have it expunged?
I received a DUI in October of 2007 with a .13 B.A.L. It was a misdemeanor conviction and all subsequent fines and penalties have been taken care of. I've had a pristine record sense then and was wondering if I must wait the full 10 years before I can have my record Expunged?
In order to have the record of your DUI conviction annulled, you must wait the mandatory 10 years after the completion...
I have an OUI conviction in MA. I also have an aggravated OUI conviction in NH. It's aggravated because the breathalyzer was more than double the allowable limit. I believe these are both first offenses. It has been more than 12 years since these happened. There is a question on the FFL application I am unsure how to answer. It reads: Have you ever been convicted of a felony or any other crime for which the judge could have imprisoned you for more than one year, even if you received a shorter sentence, including probation? There is a note underneath which states: You may answer no if (a) if you have been pardoned or (b) the conviction has been expunged or set aside.
You need to know if the charges you have on your record are misdemeanor or felony. Typically, even aggravated DUI/OUI...
My husband was arrested for dwi and blew a .09. this was a 1st offense and they never read him his miranda rights what do we do
can we get this case dismissed
Depending on how strict your state is, a .09 is a borderline offense. It can be explained by error in the breathalyzer...
my son blew a 0 on the breathalyzer but the police still wanted him to take a blood test, he has no insurance so he asked the police if he could just take a urine test instead,the police said no and told him if he refused to take the blood test he would be arrested for refusing to take the test, he did not refuse, he just asked to take a urine test instead..before I knew anything about this he went to court and pleaded guility, can he still appeal this seeing he blew a 0 ? it happened a couple of weeks ago.
There are a number of factors at play when you consider an appeal after a guilty plea, and all of them depend on more...
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