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Does a misdemeanor dui from 12 years ago have a statute of limitations
the party hasn't renewed their driver's license since this incident and hasn't been in any kind of criminal trouble during this time nor has this person received any further traffic violations during this time period. this person wasn't able to afford to comply with all of the requirements the judge ordered for this dui charge either because of financial hardship
You may want to rephrase your question. The statute of limitations is not in issue here if the person already plead...
What does it mean when the state files a motion "in limine" before a trial in a dui case?
From what i can gather ,the state is trying to supress evidence? What do you think they could be trying to supress in a dwi case?
In most, if not all, criminal trials, not matter the charges, both the defense and prosecution will file motions in...
A felony class C DWI charge in Missouri carries a mandatory 60 days imprisonment. Can the 60 be satisfied through house arrest?
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The statute is silent on that. However, it is up to the discretion of the judge to do what he or she wants (as long as...
I had a DUI conviction in Tennessee in 2010....I am not on probation an I have completed all my classes
The problem I have is I have almost 2000 dollars in court cost that I can't afford to pay all at once...I'm now living in another state(Missouri) and I was informed because it went to criminal court I have no other option but to pay it all before I can get my DL back.... Do I have any other options?
In my opinion, no. The court has sent a hold on your license. It will not be lifted until they are paid in full. Your...
A felony class C DUI charge in Missouri carries a mandatory 60 days imprisonment. Can the 60 be satisfied through house arrest?
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See answer posted on your same question in DWI forum.
A felony class C dwi charge in Missouri carries a mandatory 60 days imprisonment. Can the 60 be satisfied through house arrest?
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Good question. I am not licensed in Missouri, but only in California. Talk to an experienced criminal defense...
If convicted of class B felony DWI in Missouri are they eligible for DWI court given there is a mandatory two yr sentence in DOC
Most DWI courts require the conviction to be a felony. However, if the charge is a class B felony statute number 577.010 states that the offender must serve two years in prison before probation or parole is granted. The two years would either be associated with a DOC Long Term Treatment Program or it would be a straight DOC sentence for X # of years. I'm assuming that after doing either of these one wouldn't be able to go into DWI court but if anyone can provide clarification or details about this I would greatly appreciate it.
I can't answer this question for every DWI Court in Missouri. In St. Louis County and St. Charles County they will...