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I paid all and any fines and completed all necessary programs. I even attached letter from my probation officer saying he was in agreement that I had met all requirements so that I could have revocation lifted. Sections 136.5(a)(3) and 136.5(b)(2) were cited in the denial as reasons for such. In summary "revocable offense" is the first section explaining that the first time I received a revocation of my license that is the date from which the second section stating that a person receiving 3 or 4 alcohol or drug related driving convictions or incidences in any combination within a 25 year period from said date of revocation then gives Commissioner the ability to deny application. My questions are, what is or should be my course of action. Can I go to another state and get a drivers licen
Another state would probably not license you, as they ask you re: prior convictions of this nature typically, and may...
I paid all and any fines and completed all necessary programs. I even attached letter from my probation officer saying he was in agreement that I had met all requirements so that I could have revocation lifted. Sections 136.5(a)(3) and 136.5(b)(2) were cited in the denial as reasons for such. In summary "revocable offense" is the first section explaining that the first time I received a revocation of my license that is the date from which the second section stating that a person receiving 3 or 4 alcohol or drug related driving convictions or incidences in any combination within a 25 year period from said date of revocation then gives Commissioner the ability to deny application. My questions are, what is or should be my course of action. Can I go to another state and get a drivers licen
Duplicate post, see other answers there
I was in an accident, I hit a pole. During the accident I hit my head. I have no recollection of the proceeding events that took place until I came to in the back of a police car I have had neurosurgery in the last 6 months. Mental Illness is prevalent in my family. I have a history of grand mal seizures. I was charged with two DWI's- 1192.303=operation of a MV while Intoxicated and 1192.2-AA 2X=Aggravated DWI:Per se-no prior.
If you are defending yourself, you definitely need to have a competency hearing. If you are represented by an attorney,...
I was driving with Suspended License in the Third Degree(Speeding) was pulled over for blowing a stop sign and blew a .11 and was charged with a DWI. To my understanding the AUO 3rd degree gets down to a 511a which is not a crime, but I was reading somewhere that the DWI Plea to get reduced to a DWAI could be effected with aggravating factors like driving with a suspended license. Will I still get the Plea deal? It's very important that I do not get a criminal record.
Unfortunately, plea bargains are discretionary, not mandatory and not all cases are treated the same. And you read...
I was arrested in July 2011 for my fourth Alcohol-related offense, the third being in 2000. My attorney's advice for the two years following was to delay the case; to let it get "old and crusty". I told him on several occasions that I wanted to settle the matter, but he would attempt to re-assure me with statements such as "Don't worry, you have a conditional license?" and "I know the D.A., I wouldn't be concerned.". Well, two years later, he springs on that there will be a trial in four days. Needless to say, I was shocked and unprepared. During the trial, which he was late to arrive for, he presented no evidence, hired no expert, made me select the jury, and countless other mishaps. I now may never again drive in the US. I need help and someone interested in my situation. Thank you.
You must contact an appeals lawyer ASAp - a notice of appeal must be filed within 30 days of your sentence. I would...
I had a DWAI, that was plead down to a speeding ticket. I am only wondering what will show on a pre-employment background check.
I don't think it will show up on a criminal background check.
21 year stellar kid who made a very stupid decision while intoxicated. Small college town, small PD force who prosecute their own cases, adjudicated by small pool of Judges. Mom isn't bothered by the fines, community service or any punishment they decide. I'm bothered about impact of ruining his future by having this follow him over a dumb mistake. Thanks.
Yes, it is possible. You need an aggressive and experienced criminal attorney to fight for you. Call and explain the...