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Person is in lock up for dui's. on the court record it says certificate of discharge to bond.
A bond "discharge" means that the bond is no longer in force and the bail bonding agency is no longer responsible to...
Was arrested for VOP going out of state for hearing on child support. Completed my 9 months out of 12. Incarcerated for 1 year. Ready to drive again but have to get interlock reinstalled. Do I have to do 1 year all over again or can I just complete the remaining 3 months?
Your best bet is to call the good folks at DMV in Tallahassee (850-617-2000). If you follow the rule of the 3 "p"'s (...
I am just wondering what his sentencing will look like for all 3 new charges: felony VOP, misdemeanor DUI, and felony DWLSR (third offense). My boyfriend is on felony probation for DWLSR in Hillsborough county. He also had another misdemeanor DUI back in 2012, which is closed now.
The maximum possibility for violating felony probation is whatever the maximum sentence is for the offense that landed...
Should I go to the police department and try to have it amended??
No, you should not go to the police department and ask them to do something that they will not be doing. You should...
I lived in Florida when I got my current license some years ago. I was down here for the winter and will return to my permanent address in NYC after my trial date.
You will have to defend the DUI action in Florida, but the states have reporting reciprocity such that the State of NY...
I have a hardship license from a DUI charge.
Generally, no. But I would suggest referring to your actual hardship license to see what language is on it. Even if it...
I was recently charged with a DUI following a car accident. The managing attorney at the law firm I work for is now threatening to fire me because of the charge. I don't know much about employment law but it just doesn't seem right, especially considering that I haven't been convicted yet. Thanks in advance for any and all advice you may be able to offer.
Yes, I believe an employer can fire someone for an arrest. That being said, employers should treat everyone the same,...