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I Hold a CDL drivers license. Couple years ago I was pulled over for DUI in personal vehicle, and blew over the legal limit. Couple months later I win my WA DOL hearing. License never suspended, CDL never revoked. I ended up getting a Neg 1 in criminal court. Again, no license suspension or anything. Now I'm being told by an prospective employer that my CDL was effected by blowing over the legal limit. However, everything on my driving record says clear. Is it, my imagination, is the DOT and DOL completely different? Can my CDL be effected even though its never been suspended? Don't the DOT regulations apply from random, on the job alcohol/drug tests
Negligent Driving 1 is a serious traffic violation. http://www.dol.wa.gov/driverslicense/cdlsustraffic.html If you...
I was arrested for a DUI. After blowing positive with a BAC of .118 I asked for a blood sample to be taken from a hospital. Once at the Hospital a nurse drew my blood. Then, a phone call came down to her. After the phone call, the nurse took my blood samples and threw them away. I was informed that I could not give my consent to a blood draw, and that they could only take my blood with a doctors order or an order from the police officer. The police officer refused to give the order for a blood draw because the department would have to pay for it. I was then given a form to sign to consent the blood sample that had already just been taken. I refused to sign since they had thrown my sample into the garbage and ruined evidence for my dui defense. Can this be considered medical malpractice?
When you asked for the blood sample to be taken did you have the funds to pay for the test? I don't know anything...
My significant other is simply not going to stop drinking. He would rather do a year and a day in prison (which is at 50% off, correct?) and be on probation the shortest possible time. He is willing to not drive but is not willing to stop drinking. If he goes through the probation/violation merry-go-round this could be hanging around his neck for decades. I know they can make him not drive. But can they really make him seek treatment and not drink?
The judge can order your significant other to do a lot of things but if he refuses to them the main thing a judge can...
I am a US citizen. The DUI is less than 5 years old.
There are really two things that you need to be asking: 1) Is there a condition of your sentence that would prohibit...
So I couldn't wait to see the results. And it did do that but to my surprise the results showed I had methamphetamine and amphetamine in my system. After doing a little research into how this could happen the only thing I can come up with is False positives from my Medications. The main one being my armodafinil 250mg. I was tired from a long day in the suns at wildwaves with my nieces. I took two armodafinil hoping to help me be alert for the 150 mile drive home. I also take a few different medications that do not affect my driving. I found some of my other meds also can result in a false positive. I shouldn't have been driving as tired as I was. I did make Brooklyn a 15year old who came along with us aware of my situation and told her she needed to help by talking with me but still I s
You need an attorney to fight this for you. Talk to a DUI attorney in your area or the area that you were arrested for...
He has a couple DUI convictions from years ago. He recently just made an agreement to purchase vehicle off of someone for work a month prior with monthly payments. The vehicle he was pulled over in. Unsure if he was DWI but the court indicates there was no charge listed just lack of a BAID. If the vehicle is in another person's name but he drove it as a means to get to work? Does that affect the charge?
Ignition interlock devices are strictly enforceable. If you do not have an IID on your vehicle and the court ordered...
I have a Negligent Driving 1st Degree conviction that was reduced from DUI and recorded in 2008 through deferred prosecution (incident occurred in 2005). I just obtained my complete driving record and it shows up. Can potential employers see it?
Yes, if you can see it so can they. You may look into getting it expunged though. Contact a Seattle defense attorney to...