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I was recently convicted of DWAI in New York. I also attended a hearing at the DMV because I refused to take the breathalyzer when I was arrested. After the hearing, the DMV took my license away for a year based on my refusal. Can I get a conditional license? The woman judge hearing the case was really mean.
You can apply for the conditional license in light of the plea.
Parked in the middle of the highway Car was over heating Smoked marijuana while waiting for me to pick him up Car was off
Your boyfriend needs to seek the assistance of a criminal defense attorney immediately to discuss the charges and...
Was charged with a dwi for a test refusal (WHICH I DID NOT!..WHICH IS ANOTHER BATTLE I HAVE TO FIGHT) and I want to know if my license was revoked at my hardship hearing, how long before the revocation takes place, and can the courts impose an additional penalty against my license at the conclusion of all my court dates?
The Court will likely suspend your license at arraignment pending outcome of the criminal case and if you are convicted...
do they take a urine or hair sample?
Refrain from illegal drugs and you will have no problem
I was supposed to graduate on October 10 2014 but on September 20 2014 I miss a urinalysis and I want to know how to fight it don't want to do another year cause I've been on it since June 2012 now I won't graduate until October 2015
Well...you either missed the u/a or you didn't. If you want to fight this and win you bring to court proof that you...
I got a DWI and blew a .14 last week at a State Police check point in Port Chester, NY. Although I've done a lot of research I cannot seem to justify the $3-5K for a lawyer when my case seems pretty cut and dry. I've been told I can most likely plea down to a DWAI and take the necessary classes. Can a private lawyer really do a great deal more than a public defender? Thanks!!
Simply put, no case is the same as another. There are too many variables from the individual facts of the case to the...
I received a DWI on the date of 1/6/11, convicted on 7/13/11 and sentenced to 3 years probation on 12/5/11.
You start by discussing it with your Probation Officer. If that doesn't get you anywhere you make a motion before the judge.