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1.. Can i get enrolled in the First Conviction Program right away? If so what do i need to do 2. A bunch of attorney are telling me i have to pay to subpoena the officer to the DMV hearing. How much to have the officer testify at the DMV hearing? 3. What exactly is an SR22? Should i tell my insurance company?
An experienced criminal defense attorney can help you evaluate the prosecution's case, any defenses that you might have,...
dui in 02 in az paid fees, paid for classes, didn't drive, cleared up with state and dmv in az, then moved to ca, 08 got a dui paid all the fees,paid classes didn't drive cleared up with state and dmv. i just requested for a driver lic renewal and now they say that my lic is suspended and that i have to complete a 18 month dui course. is this even legal? anyone experiance this or have any advice? Im quite freaked out. I don't know what to do and just does not make sense.
Dmv here is probably counting the recent DUI as a second, which would mean they require completion of 18 month program...
I run my own business in which I make a living. If i were to serve 120 days in jail I would ultimately become bankrupt and homeless. what is the likelyness of being able to serve my jail time on house arrest?
With the help of an excellent lawyer and doing things NOW (residential rehab, daily AA meetings), etc. - it's *possible*...
I have to travel to germany to help my dying grandmother. I am an American citizen but I received a DUI in San Diego have not yet taken care of it. I plan on returning and addressing the issue asap. Will I be able to fly or will I be arrested at the airport?
Internationally it's most likely to cause problems. Within the US? Not necessarily, but why risk it? A good local...
In an earlier post, I asked whether this statement taken from http://mosquedalaw.com/CRIMINAL%2022.htm was accurate.. "DMV Action on First DUI Offense: As stated earlier, all license actions are handled by DMV after September 20, 2005. Pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 13352(a)(1), the DMV, upon receipt of a duly certified abstract of the court conviction for a first DUI offense, shall immediately suspend the driving privilege of the offender for six (6) months. The driving privilege may not be reinstated until submission of proof of financial responsibility (insurance) and of successful completion of a first-offender DUI program imposed by the court as a condition of probation. " 7 lawyers responded saying yes that it was accurate.. If that is as true and accurate and is the law.....
yes it is accurate but you are entitled to your restricted license and you will get credit for the suspension time if...
I was given an offer already, and now they are running a background check on me. I've had my first DUI last year which turned out to be a misdemeanor. I've paid all the fines, finished all required programs and restated my driver licence back. The software engineer role doesn't need any type of security clearance. Will my DUI fail the background check or affect my offer?
Probably not, that will depend on your employer, but a second or third DUI could cause you problems, if you want to...
In January 2005 I got a DUI at the age of 17. In September of 2011 was arrested for DUI. I hired an attorney and in January of 2012 was charged to count one of VC 23152 (a); the rest of the charges were dismissed. I was ordered to complete the first conviction program -Alcohol education, pay court fines and remain on summary probation for 5 years. By the end of 2012 I had completed everything I was ordered to. My 2 year suspension was up Jan of this year and in preparing for what I need to do to get my license back, I read a dmv notice stating I would need completion of a court-specified 18-month or 30-month alcohol education program. My question is, if I was court ordered to the first offenders program (3 month), will the 18 month apply to me? I want to get my license back!!
You should refer this question to your lawyer, they know the details of your case which you may have not included in...