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Hi everyone, I'm an Au Pair in MD now, I will only stay here for 9 months and I don't have my own car. I will only drive my host family's car and they are MD residents! I'm holding a California DL now. MVA says new residents who are moving to MD need to transfer their out of state DL within 60 days! But I'm just a non-resident and I don't need to register a car! So is it eligable to drive here with my California DL? Will it effect the insurance?( I'm on the list of the car I drive) Thank you!
In many, if not all, states you are required to get a DL in the new state or transfer the old state license if you will...
I finish my probation for the first offense successfully and got PBJ, and for the DWI my probation will end in April 2015, no accidents involved, and in both cases I was pulled over. For the second one I refused to blow the breathalyzer and I got DWI. I voluntarily got into the interlock machine for a year, I got supervised probation for a year, and unsupervised probation for another year that ends in April. In the last two years I have became really involved into church activities, I currently lead a Bible study, I don't have anything else in my record besides a speeding ticket. I go to school and I am about to graduate for my bachelor's degree in May. How would that affect my eligibility for citizenship?
Although the charges relate to dui / dwi, you should seek a confidential consultation with an experienced immigration...
I have had two DUI in the last two years a 3 months suspension and currently on probation
This is a question for an immigration/citizenship attorney.
i left a week ago do to calling the cops twice cause his mom came at me causing me to hit my newborn in the face so i smacked her ..then he came drunk calling me names and throwing things at me with my baby in my hands .. hes irresponsible he feels working is enough doesn't help me at home rarely stays around and i have a 5 year old as well ...his mom has babied him to so much doing everything for him he feels he does no wrong..ive tried for 7 years to make it work but he has anger management and dranks a lot..he also brought illegal weapons in the house that i have pics of that i took off his phone that he took that i asked him not to ..in the past when he had my son they drink while driving and get into physical fight with family in front of him what can happen when i go to court
Sorry to hear about your situation. I suggest you speak to a family law attorney in Maryland. Good luck.
I was arrested for a DUI last week. I already spoke with an attorney and he has told me that with a PA license, only my Maryland driving privileges will be revoked. I spoke to numerous others who have told me the same thing. Is this true? Also - if I am planning to move back to PA, can I complete alcohol outpatient treatment there? My lawyer has had me start treatment pro actively before my court date in order to show remorse to judge. This is my first DUI offense and I want to make sure to get a PBJ.
The officer was correct in not taking your PA license. You can receive treatment in PA and the MD court should...
Two DUIs back-to-back tried, got PBJ for them 2 yrs ago + alcohol program. I got arrested for another DUI this year which also includes reckless/negligent driving, DWI, speeding over the limit. My question is if I am convicted, will this current DUI count as my 3rd offense or 2nd offense? Will I also have to serve jail time? My license is already suspended.
You need to consult with an attorney to advise you and help you through this process. I have had success with clients...
I got a dui in montegoremy county md. The arresting officer took my license at the time and I requested a hearing. It's coming up in November but I have no idea what to bring with me or what to expect. This is my first time having any type violation with my license. I couldn't afford the lawyers I spoke with about my dui case so I don't think I'll be able to afford one for my Mva hearing. However, I really want to be prepared to put my best foot forward because my job requires I drive to different locations through out the week, I have a young child I take to daycare plus extracurricular activities, and I go to alcohol treatment classes for my dui. So if I have to represent myself, what are some things that will help me to at least get a restriction on my license rather then a suspension?
You "spoke to"... Did you MEET with anyone? I am assuming not. You have to be willing to undertake some effort to...