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Governors Pardon? In 2003 my Florida Drivers License was permanently revoke for a felony fourth DUI that occurred in Feb 2002.
In July of 2002 I lost my 22 year old daughter to an alcohol related accident that would change my life for ever. Up until that point in my life I had unsuccessfully tried to control my drinking for 30 years. I placed myself into rehab in Aug of 2002. Last month by the grace of God and the Fellowship of AA I had the honors of celebrating 11 years of sobriety!!! I have numerous people that are willing to write letters in my behalf to support the fact that i have been clean since rehab. My psychiatrist from rehab whom I am still I contact with told me that he would write a letter also. My question is does it make sense to file for a Governor Pardon in an attempt to have my driving privileges restored. I babysit my grand children and need to drive to get the to and from school, doctors...
Below is a link containing information on clemency in FL: https://fpc.state.fl.us/Clemency.htm Everything you...
I received my first DUI in June 2008. I had my driving privileges fully restored in August of 2009. I received a 2nd DUI in Feb 2010. My license was suspended for a period of 5 years. I have less than 2 years to go on the suspension. Am I eligible for any type of license or hearing prior to Feb 2015?
Call the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Bureau of Administrative Review. They can look at...
What exactly does "adjudication withheld" actually mean? My son has two of those. one as a juvenile and one for adult dui.
When I look on the county sheriff web site under his SS number, I find the adjudication withheld in both the juvenile and adult records. I always thought that as a juvenile, your records were sealed. The juvenile offense was a sham offense. He did not participate in the crime, but because, 12 hours later, he was in the proximity of the stolen merchandise, he was judged as guilty as the perpetrators of the crime and was given juvenile sanctions, adjudication withheld. The other offense, was a plea bargain. What do we have to do in this situation to get this stuff expunged from his record so he can get a job in the future?
Withhold of adjudication means the judge took the plea but declined to enter a conviction on the record. Theoretically,...
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There is nothing to stop you from applying. It is possible that the employer may ask you if you've ever been arrested,...
Moving to Florida from California with a restricted license from first DUI. Will I be able to drive in Florida wid this license
My First DUI case will come to an end this week and most probably i will get a suspension on my license. I will go to DMV and get a restricted license(30 days to work and home). In the mean time, I am moving out to Florida permanently in 2 to 3 weeks. There is grace period of 30 days in Florida where you can drive with your previous states license. So, Will I be able to drive in Florida with my CA restricted license as well ? I enquired with florida DMV and they said I cannot get a restricted license in Florida with an out of state hardship on license. So I was wondering if I wait it out and drive the full 30 days with CA restricted license and then when the restriction is done then go to a DMV get a full license in Florida.
The restricted ca. license can be used for thirty days until you can get the restriction lifted and gain a florida dl....
I will have court on a dui charge, my bac being 0.108 in tampa, florida. What can the worst-case penalty be?
I will have court it early july about a dui charge in Tampa, Florida. My BAC test was 0.108 and I'm under 21 yo. There was no accident or any damage from this, not even speeding. But penalties are worse because I am a new driver and under 21 according to my lawyer. I am simply asking about the worst case scenario, not actually a prediction or something like that, I know this would be impossible. But according to your experiences, what is the worst-case scenario on similar court cases? Large fines? Suspension of license for years? Time in jail? Please answer. Thank you in advance for your help!
Following is an OFFICIAL link to Florida's DUI laws / penalties. It does not get either plainer or more accurate than...
If I get a convicted of a Refusal in Virginia, what does Florida do when they find out? I have a FL license. What if I get convicted of a DWI in VA, what does FL law do? I am trying to decide how to approach my case. Thank you
Florida will suspend your license. The Interstate Compact dictates that all member states comply with the other states'...
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