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Got a DWI reduced to a DWAI in NY a year ago. Just graduated college and had plans to move to the Boston area. If a company in MA was to run a basic background check, would they be able to see my DWAI conviction?
If they obtain access to the DMV, which they could on a background check, then it will show that you have a DWAI...
My ex-husband got arrested for a DWI and an AUO in the 1st degree back in April. I know he had some court dates (one of which he didnt show for). He has told him family he was offered a plea deal but also informed me he didn't do the alcohol evaluation. I know I can go sit in on town court everyday to see if that day is his court date, but i have better things to do with my time. We are currently in a custody battle and I was trying to access those court records to see where his court issues are at during this time and what has come of it. But I can not find this information anywhere (yet I can look up when my custody court dates are as well as what the motions were!). Is this information accessible?
Simply call the court, provide his name, and ask when his next court date it. It's on a court calendar which is public...
Also is this public record information?
1. No, not realistically. Maybe a certificate of relief of civil disability. Speak with a criminal defense lawyer. 2....
It ended up that he was involved in an accident and he was charged with Aggravated DWI and DWI?
This is going to be a very difficult task unless that bar has specific knowledge that your husband is an alcoholic or...
I otherwise am a clean decent educated person with no other history
This isn't a legal question. No attorney can answer whether this will affect an employers decision to hire you. If the...
I am wondering how many exact days i would do on a 6 month sentence after good time with 22 days time served? does the 2/3 rule apply for the time you spent awaiting sentence? example every 2 days you get 1 credited so that 22 would really be 31 days in?
On 6 months you do 4 months less any time already served on the same case.
I was charged with an aggravated DWI in the state of New York. I was pulled over, completed two field sobriety tests (first the test where I had to follow a light with my eyes without moving my head and second the walking in a straight line test) and then I was breathalyzed. After being breathalyzed, I was put in handcuffs, arrested and taken to the station. I know police officers aren't required to read Miranda rights before an arrest for a DWI takes place, but I was never read my rights upon being physically arrested or back at the station. Will this affect my case in any way? Could charges possibly be dismissed or lessened because of this?
The failure to give a defendant his Miranda warnings would not directly lead to a case being dismissed, or the charges...