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I'm out of state and need to complete my dui courses and get rid of a warrent, do I have to go back to that state?
I got a dui in California about a year ago and had to complete classes. During the classes I was kicked out for missing to many days. I had financial problems and was unable to get to the classes anymore. Then, do to circumstances, I had to move out of state. There is a Warrent out for me. Is there anyway that I can still finish these classes and get the Warrent taken care of out of the state? Am I at risk of jail time?
You should retain an attorney who practices in the court where your case originated. Assuming this is a misdemeanor...
If I pleaded guilty to a DUI and my case is 'Withheld Judgment completed and charge dismissed' can I answer no to conviction qu
I was charged with a DUI and pleaded guilty before 2 years and half. I finished my probation and all the required things and after that my case closed as 'Withheld Judgment completed and charge dismissed'. Now I am applying to Universities and one of the questions is "Have you ever been convicted of or have pending against you a felony or misdemeanor other than minor traffic violations?". Do I have to answer 'Yes' or 'No' for this question? Help Please!!
If, after you successfully completed probation, you or your lawyer filed a motion to dismiss the case pursuant to the...
My Fiancée and I are planning to get married to fix his immigration status. He has a DUI should we go through a lawyer?
he received probation and completed everything and paid all the fines. We have a 3 year old child. Most people say that I would be able to fill out all the paper work with out any problems.
"Most people" are dead wrong. Applying for marriage based green card is much more complicated and filled with pitfalls...
So, I was driving down the road in a friend's car after a couple beers, it was raining very hard, and I started sliding and crashed. After the local people living where I had crashed came out and called the cops, I was breathalyzed and given a DUI. This is my first offense and I blew a .028. Nobody was injured, and I didn't destroy any property other than a small street sign. What I'd like to know is: 1. What's going to happen from here on out and what should I expect? 2. Would it be difficult to make a plea agreement for my sentencing? Thank you, any help is greatly appreciated.
All of your questions are best answered by consulting with an experienced DUI attorney in ID.
Why, after having been charged with a DUI in Idaho, and being a resident of the state, is my driver's license suspended in KS?
I had lived in Idaho for nearly 2 years when I was charged with a DUI. At the time, I was still driving with my Kansas driver's license. Yes, I acknowledge my sheer laziness. I'd met all of the requirements to get my license in Idaho, but was unable to being that Kansas wants me to install an ignition interlock device. Despite the fact that I was driving with a Kansas driver's license, I was no longer a resident of Kansas and, as said earlier, I had been living in Idaho for nearly 2 years. Naturally, I have documentation to prove that claim. Is this a mistake or am I obligated to Kansas' DUI laws?
This can actually be a quite complicated situation. There is a "Driver License Compact" to which most states --...
On parole in Idaho no previous DUI's ever .Arrested in WA.
Probably, because there are civil and criminal proceedings it is likely that one will show up. You only hope would be...
I was not read my rights at the time of arrest and according to Idaho state law the officer is required to inform me of evidentiary testing for alcohol or other intoxicating substances and what will happen should I refuse or fail such tests. He did not do that, he just asked me to step out of the car, gave me the test, and put handcuffs on me without explaining anything or telling me that I was under arrest and for what reason. Also, they took my registration and proof of insurance card with them and allowed my friend to drive my car home without them. When I was bailed out of jail the next morning my proof of insurance was not returned to me.
Here's the problem of legal vs. illegal. The cop may have a different version of the event and will fight you on what...
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