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Let's say in Connecticut that someone is arrested for a DUI. They go to their arraignment and the DUI is dismissed the but moving violation they received along with the DUI was nolled. Does that mean, according the the Erasure Law, that the charge is completely off the record after 20 days and nobody, such as potential employers, can see it? The ticket, as I understand, will be active for 13 months.
You are correct the dismissal will take 20 days to enter, while the nolle will take 13 months to drop off
I was arrested for a DUI in October of 2013. My license is still suspended because I do not have a car and can't afford the fees at the moment. I'm moving from CT to NC. Can I apply for a new license in NC or do I need to pay restoration in CT before I can get a license anywhere else even though I don't own a car?
DMVs provide information to each other. If you have a suspension in one state, other states are likely to not give you...
Dui in CT my third since my second 10 years ago, where I served 120 days in jail. Since its been over 10 years, what happens?
What do I do to avoid jail? I have alot going good and don't want this mishap to mess everything up.
The first thing you do in order to gain the most favorable outcome is consult a lawyer who is experienced in DWI and...
Been here for many years on expired visa. Been married for many years. I know that i could apply for I-130 and I485. My concern here is I was pulled over after my visa was expired for a DUI twice, and also numerous times with driving without a license. For these events I had to pay tickets. This may be due to the fact that i was here illegally and never able to go to court. Being that i was fined for these events will they interfere with me obtaining a green card? any other concerns from a situation like this? risk for being denied green card and facing deportation?
Meet with an immigration lawyer and file for a green card- those things don't make you ineligible, unless there are...
I am in the process of applying for UK Visa and there is an entry that asks me to check Yes / No. The Question is: Do you have any criminal convictions in any country (including spent / unspent convictions and traffic offenses)? I am not sure if it is an Yes / No. I am applying for a business tourist visa.
Upon successful completion of the Alcohol Education Program the charges against you were dismissed. So as to that...
I had a dui/suspended license arrest back in 2011, I went to court & the judge said that since it was my very first arrest, all I would have to do is stay out of trouble for 12mths & restore my license & my case would be naullied. It's been over 3yrs & today when my car broke down in Glastonbury....I get arrested for an outstanding warrant. But over 1month ago..I got pulled over for texting & driving by east hartford traffic cop & he did not mention nothing about a warrant at all. He ran my license & gave me my ticket...nothing else. If I get my paper work proving that my case was settled & I appeared in court for my dui & no other cases occurred can I sue? And which town should I sue?
You need to contact an experienced civil litigation/ civil rights lawyer in your area.
I know someone who is a single father, mother has passed. He is facing his 2nd DUI in 7 years. Will he go to jail?
this accident he was in was in Feb 2014. all the blood work has come back so we are assuming a warrant will be issues soon..?
Without more details, it would be impossible to say for sure, but likely there will be some jail time if convicted....
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