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Is he responsible for his daughter I cant work since she was born will he have to pay maintance
Probably. Under Section 510 of the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act, the court can order a party to...
I am curious , as I have not retained a lawyer . What the process of reinstatement is if i moved to a different state ? My Hours are completed and I will be eligible to have a formal hearing next year . I received 3 dui's in Wisconsin 9 years ago in the span of 3 weeks . 2 of them were for alcohol within legal limits . 004 and . 006 respectively . My license has been revoked since February 2004 .
Your background information is very confusing. The only state in which you've revealed any conduct meriting a license...
involved in accident. four tickets. dui failure to reduce speed. no lic. no insurance. I was covered at time of accident. I have a valid dl. I was taken to hospital in ambulance. I was given iv I was asked by the officers to submit to a blood test. I did
I have seen test results in six hours up to four weeks. Speak to a lawyer right now, and notify the insurer once you...
I am wondering about actually being convicted after being found guilty at trial, not court supervision. I know all situations are different but I'm looking for a rough estimate (no crash, .11 BAC, cooperative, no child in car, first time offender, previously perfect driving record, rarely ever drink). Does a revocation mean you cannot drive at all even with an MDDP/BAIID? Would a one year revocation start at the time of the sentencing, or at the time of the start of the summary suspension? It seems like the revocation is the biggest difference between court supervision and a conviction, is this accurate? If you believed that one of your clients had a 50/50 chance at trial, would you advise them to accept supervision?
Potential of 364 days and or a fine of $2500. Jail not likely for a first offense unless there are bad facts. You may...
I was given a High Risk level III evaluation for my first DUI. I'm required to do 75 hours of treatment. I was given 2 years of court supervision. It has been about a month and a half. How long from the date of my sentencing do I have to be in treatment? I can't find the answer in any of my paperwork.
You should ask your case monitor, if you have one, for a deadline date. If not, ask your attorney.
Recently I received a 2nd DUI and want to try to collateral attack the 1st "guilty plea" DUI of 20yrs ago but was told since I had a lawyer at the time it was not an option. But due to the fact I showed up to court completely drunk, to where my lawyer advised me to not speak to the judge due to my intoxication, I am wondering if there can be a way to attack just the fact that I accepted a plea in such a state. Or is there anything I can do now 20yrs later to the lawyer still practicing for allowing me to do such a thing.
There is nothing you can do about your 20 year old DUI cnivuction.
This past Friday I was found guilty of my second dui. First one was 8 years ago and I got and cleared supervision. The SoS hasnt gotten the paperwork yet. Does it make any sense to hire an administrative lawyer to get the ball rolling and file for a hearing, or can nothing really be done until I get the revocation letter from the state? I've heard it can take anywhere from a short to long time to get it, so is it possible to get a jump on things?
Be completely prepared for your hearing. A continuance will not be granted if you do not have proper documentation.