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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
Based on the research I've done, it's been made clear that a DWAI conviction is a violation and not a crime, BUT said conviction will still generate an NYS "RAP sheet" with details of the arrest, etc. In the event of a background check, what specifically differentiates a DWAI from a DWI if it still shows up on a "RAP sheet" specifically reserved for criminal offenses? How would an organization know how to interpret the results of a background check without understanding the small nuances in the law? Wouldn't the assumption be that there was a crime committed based on ANY 'RAP sheet' entry? For all intents and purposes, it sounds like a 1192.1 shows up the same as a 1192.2 or 1192.3 in background check information.
Both show up on a criminal record check, but one is a misdemeanor, the other isn'tt, and the penalties for a DWI are...
Due to the extremely difficult consequences of a DWAI conviction pertaining to one's ability to travel as required by certain occupations, are there any special circumstances that the courts would consider to have the record sealed? The consequences I'm referring to are the inability to rent a car for 4 years after a conviction, and becoming inadmissible to countries like Canada. Mistakes happen, and they do need to be accounted for, but a first time, no accident, no injury, no priors incident that has life-long career effects seems excessive when piled on top of the other penalties already endured.
A dwai conviction cannot be sealed.
This was my friend's first arrest, blew a .16, no property damage, no personal damage. He was pulled over for not signaling while changing lanes. Judge is T. Ferrell. What penalties should he expect? What kind of timeframe is he looking at?
Your friend should not go in unrepresented. Get a lawyer who handles DUI in Nassau County.
I have received four violations for drinking and driving in NYS. The first three convictions are a DWI in 96, another in 97, a fatal accident DWAI in 2001, and have just been sentenced in Aug for a DWI which occurred in Aug of 2011. I received a letter in August from the DMV stating "You are eligible for the DDP. You will be eligible for a post-revocation conditional license/privilege when the revocation period ends." My question is; since, technically, it is treated as a first offense, why can I not get a conditional license prior to the post-revocation period, since it says I am eligible for the DDP - and I thought that was the whole point of the DDP; and will there really ever be a post-revocation period or does "revoked ... for at least 6 months" mean forever under Charlotte's Law?
An answer to your query takes a detailed look at the totality of your driving record and application of the new...
I will have had my IID in for the required 12 months on 4/10/2014. I am trying to get the necessary paperwork in order so i can get it out asap, i am 6 months pregnant now and it is difficult to use. I have spoken to the court and interlock and even probation and i keep getting the run around. I did not have a monitoring agency, it was requested by the judge i was not put on probation etc, i was charged with VTR11921? if thats correct therefore no need to be monitored. I was told by the court to send in my original order for the interlock to show when it gets removed, but no im being told by the company that is not correct i need a letter from the DMV? the DMV says it comes from Lifesafer. I really need help and im not getting anywhere. any insight?
The Probation Department for the County that you were charged is responsible for monitoring the IID device even if you...