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RMV sent me stated it will cost $500. The hearings officer stated the other fee was a breathalyzer fee. All of my court fees were paid in full following my case. Is this fee new in the state of Massachusetts?
No this not new, your license was suspended for either a refusal or a test over. Then you took the CWOF and a 45 day...
I was stopped for a tail light out only. What chance do I have in court with Police officers lying?
The FST and BT are definitely evidence that can affect your chances, but so are your coordination, speech, smell,...
I must have wandered off from possible concussion. Was very groggy over the next 2 or so hours. Sick to my stomach/ headache. Ended up walking home. Had some wine to calm my nerves plus not really thinking straight. Very early the next morning I called police/emt. Went to hospital. My bac was below the legal limit but the concern was what it was at the time of accident. I did not disclose that I drank afterwards. Can the police use that bac to make assumptions regarding it hours before?
Consult local defense counsel and don't speak more about this online.
This would be OUI 1st. Would a judge likely sentence me to jail based on my past?
if it is a first offense, then jail time is unlikely - do however get an attorney.
I have to go to court in a month for speeding ticket.
A traffic citation will really get you into a problem in this type of situation.
I have 2 OUI . The first was CWOF with no accident or incidence. The second was found guilty with no accident or incidence. The registry took my CDL for life. Now it's suppose t be 2 guiltys lost for life. I wasn't found guilty on first. The paperwork I received used the court ordered 16 week program as my guilty. Can this be appealed?
Generally speaking, a CWOF should not be considered a guilty for registry purposes. Consult with an attorney to...
I was at the time and continue to be a resident of Massachusetts. Massachusetts allows misdemeanors to be sealed after five years. It takes ten years for DUI to be sealed in NH. It is my understanding that the informational will first need to be sent to the MA Office of Criminal Information Records. If the information from NCIC is first provided to the MA office of Criminal Info Services and then sent to the Massachusetts based requester, will the MA office of Criminal Services have to prevent this information from being sent? Seeing that it contradicts MA law; the five year sealing period has passed. Will they inform me and allow me to seal the information before it is sent to the requester/informer?
Generally speaking, any background check will show a conviction. However, if your curious what will and won't appear...