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In order to enter diversion, you must plead "guilty" or "no contest." Which choice is a better plea?
They're essentially the same thing. Guilty means you agree you did the act that makes you guilty. No contest means you...
please let me know as soon as possible...thank you for your response.
If you are still within the one year diversion period, that is, if it's been less than year since you entered the...
is there a time frame before it goes away or is it always there , can he transfer his probation .
His probation is as long as his probation is. This information is very easy to find out, and I'm sure your friend...
I go to court next Friday
You are not required to have a lawyer, but anyone who is facing a criminal charge would be well advised to consult a...
He was found with marijuana paraphenalia, blew a 0.0 on breathalizer, denied the blood test, and got another charge for rear-ending someone on the interstate in the pouring rain. Make too much for public defender, but not enough to hire a lawyer. Should he just plead guilty?
You should never just plead guilty, without understanding the legal issues involved with your case, or the sentencing...
I have sort of a unique situation I was hoping you could help me with. Earlier this year I received a DUI in California, but was already in the process of relocating to Oregon.. My California license was suspended but i had already given up my address and am now residing in Oregon. My attorney has told me that it is possible to serve the sentence in Oregon but that I will not be able to get a california license until i take the in-person alcohol class in california.. my question is, If I take the class in Oregon and then a years time goes by will I be able to get a License in Oregon?
The best person to answer this question is your attorney. "Alcohol class" can mean a lot of different things but my...
I have a somewhat unique situation - I "earned" 2 DUIs while in Arizona and after each one did the needful in order to reinstate my license .. The requirements after a second DUI in Arizona include treatment, a year's revocation, and a release from a licensed therapist that i am fit to drive. I did all of this and submitted it to Arizona DMV so that I would be eligible there, and could submit for my license here in Oregon where i'd recently moved. Before actually going in to be tested and granted a license I had an incident with prescribed medication (ambien - sleepdriving) and wound up with a third conviction here in Oregon. This occurred in January, 2012 and I am about to complete my DISP requirements. My question is this: I understand my license is permanently revoked in Oregon. I am moving back to Arizona in Spring or Summer of 2014. I know that you have to satisfy all requirements resulting from a prior suspension in order to ever be eligible for a license in another state, and for me that means petitioning the court in 10 years. But i'm wondering - hoping for a miracle loophole, really... Since I never HAD a license in Oregon to BE revoked, is it still in the National Registry? I am pretty sure I know the answer... :) Thanks for any insight you can provide!!
I think your safest bet is to check with an attorney in Arizona. Oregon can only restrict your Oregon driving...