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What can I do about a DUI from 9 years ago that stops me from renewing my license if it occurred out of state?
I had a DUI in California around 2004 . I paid the fines and they required me to take classes, but due to me transitioning from the military and returning to my home state, I could not attend their classes. I travel state to state for work every month for my company. I want to switch companies, but my license expired a few years back and the DUI shows up when I try to renew it in order to take a new job. Fortunately because of the nature of my work, it did not require a driving license.
What you need is to have the hold out of California lifted because 45 of the states have an interstate agreement to...
How does a excuse letter should look like for absences for dui classesthey told me if i give them a good excuse i might start
its for a wet and reckless. 12 hour program . i missed 3 of them
As I understand your question you need a letter to give to the program due to excessive absences. First have someone...
my last felony conviction was over ten years ago,i did felony probation,and successfully discharged.
You should talk to your attorney about this. There are a lot of variables that may affect the disposition. Good advice...
My husband's in jail for battery, corp injury to spouse & dui. He has a prior Dui. What's he looking at sentencing wise?
He has no priors except a Dui about 6 years ago. We have 3 kids together & he has a job he's been at for several years. The night he was arrested for the recent Dui & corp injury to spouse the battery against his dad hadn't been sentenced yet so I assume this is why they took it (the battery) up to a felony. As for the corp injury to spouse, he'd said he wanted a divorce so I took his wallet..he was only trying to get it back, not hurt me. Neither his dad nor I want to press charges & neither of us have substantial injuries. We've taken numerous character letters/contact info to the DA & his public defender.
Talk with your attorney about what he's looking at, as they are in the best position to answer your question.
I got a DUI june 2013 and I finished LVN nursing school may 2014. I've completed 9 month DUI classes, did community service & paid all of my fines. I am still currently on probattion until 2016. I took my state boards and I passed my first attempt September 2014. I've sent all of my documents to my state boards that were required for my DUI but i was DENIED my LVN license. The boards stated that they see that i have completed eevrything BUT however, i was on probation until 2016. I think thats completly ridiculous. How is that not a sign of rehabilitation? To appeal this i must send them a letter of an appeal within 60 days. How do i apppeal it? should i gather letters from my nursing teachers & my school dean for help? i'm so lost and upset I have no idea where to go from here........
There are a number of things you can do. You can go back to court to try to get the probation term reduced and ended...
I was pulled over i had taken my prescription, bc i had a panic attack prior to getting home, i was pulled over by sheriff's which i had told them what was happening, and i had just taken my meds, i have the bottle, they take my info and keys, chp doesn't show up until 45mins later charges me with dui, is there any way to get this thrown out?
Yes. I handled a case like this. It is essentially a rising BAC defense for prescription medication. You will want...
According to the Constitution, we as a free people are not required to be licensed to drive an "automobile" as long as it is not used for business purposes, which would then be considered a "motor vehicle". If, after my license has been suspended for a year because of a dui charge, do I legally have to provide a license to an officer if I have been pulled over for a traffic stop? Also, can I legally use this as as a defense if I were to be arreseted. It is clearly stated in the US constitution that a license is not required, so presumably this should hold up in court correct?
Your proposed defense to driving without a license and/or driving on a suspended license will not fly in any court of...
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