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I was charged with Public Disorderly Conduct in Oct '10 in S. Carolina while on vacation. I have an attorney and am fighting it. In the meantime I was charged with a DWI 1st Offense, BAC >.20% in Virginia (where I live) in Feb '11. I haven't heard yet from my attorney in SC about the PDC charge. My court date for the DWI in Virginia is in April and it looks like I will probably be facing a 1-yr suspended or restricted license along with 180 days in jail with 170 suspended, amounting to 10 days in jail. Since I will be convicted for my DWI in VA prior to any sentencing for the PDC in SC, could a PDC conviction in SC affect anything with my DWI case in VA? Will I be violating probation for my DWI conviction in VA if I'm later convicted of PDC in SC, even though the PDC charge came 1st?
The short answer is yes, a subsequent conviction on the South Carolina case could be deemed a probation violation on...
I thought that my hearings were scheduled for May 19th but after reviewing the court's docket, my cases were heard on Wedneday the 5th. What do I do? I have two small children and can't go to jail. This was an error on my part as one of the summons had a court date of May 19th and I assumed that they would all be heard on this day.
The laws on a situation like this have some small variance from state to state, but in general, missing a court date...
I consulted with a Immigration attorney about applying for my Citizenship with DWI record in 2006. He advised that I will still need to tell the immigration that I was arrested for DWI. If I hire him, i will need to pay him. My question is, can I still apply for US Citizenship without an attorney but still report that I was arrest for DUI so I can save some attorney's fees. Your answer will be appreciated. Thank you!
I do not do immigration law ,however, my opinion is that the dui will have little to no effect based on the case of...
I'm from VA and got this ticket in CA while visiting. My BAC was .06%. I realize I have lost the right to license in CA for 1 year and have to have the right reinstated in 1 year. I don't ever plan to obtain a license in CA but will do what I have to do. It is an infraction but I have a mandatory appearance in a couple weeks. Obviously I don't plan on flying to CA to appear andpay the fine. I keep getting the run around from lawyers in the easiest way to accept responsibility, have a lawyer appear in court and pay the fine. HELP.
I recommend that you contact this fellow for advice who used to practice law in Virginia but now has his practice out...
Was arrested for suspicion of DUI. At the station I agreed to take the Breathalyzer and complied with the officers instructions. I took the test four times, each time with the result of a deficient sample. The officer admitted that I was being extremely cooperative, complying with his instructions and he did not know why I keep getting a deficient sample. He also annotated the police report to show that I took the test four times.
If he thought you were being cooperative and providing the sample as required how come he charged you with refusal?...
My driver's license was revoked for 1 year due to a DUI conviction. I forgot to surrender my plates. I deactivated them after I realized this (about five months later). During this time, I allowed my insurance coverage to expire as well as my tags. There was some insurance coverage lapse between the time my insurance coverage expired and when my tags expired. I've only got one month left until I get my license back and I haven't heard anything from the DMV about it. Will any of this come back to bite me when I attempt to reinstate my license? If so, how?
License? Probably not. If you applied for a restricted license but never picked it up, you may silk have to have an...
First Dui offense last court date was in February now it's October didn't have the money to pay for classes till now
The length of time to complete follow through is usually spelled out in the criminal judgment. If it isn't, you should...