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My husband has had an ignition interlock on his car for 6 months and he received a judge order stating that he could have it removed early as it was impeding his ability to find employment. When he contacted the MO DOR to get this processed, they said that he was NOT able to remove it due to him having a "fail" for not blowing into the device and he would have to leave it on for another 6 months. The fail occurred when he mistakenly let the car run in our driveway while he was washing it missing 3 blows, however he hadpassed the test when the car was started - he was NOT drinking when this happened and did not drive the car. When the fail occurred he immediately called Smart Start and the service company that installed the device to inform of the mistake. Anyway to get approval thru State?
You should contact the attorney that got the judge to issue an order to remove it. I am a NY lawyer, but I think that a...
In 1992 I was arrested for 1st and only DWI. I got SIS with probation, traffic school and counseling, all completed to court's satisfaction. So no DWI conviction shows, but the state still shows an administrative license suspension for DWI even though it was 22 years ago. I've been told it should have dropped from the record after 10 years with no more similar charges, but it didn't. I'm a driver by trade, and it has been an issue with some job applications. Court acts as though I need to have an attorney ask to have it removed. True?
Unfortunately many actions I the courts go much more smoothly with counsel. Hire an attorney and get it done.
I had one dui in 2007 and another in 2013. I do well in structured situations and was a cross country and track runner for 6 years.
Your question is best addressed to a recruiter. With the ongoing drawdown, I'd be pessimistic, at best.
one dui in 2007 and one in 2013. I do really well ion structured environments and am very strong minded . I am also athletic because I ran cross country and track for 6 yrs.
It is my understanding and past experience that two ordinance/misdemeanor DWI convictions will not prevent you from...
So I have a first time DWI in MO and my case has been dismissed and reduced to careless driving with 2 points on my license. My license has to be revoked for 1 year per DOR because I refused for breath test.I am currently driving on a stay order. I don't want my license to be revoked. I have heard that I can appeal with the DOR and negotiate a deal so that they don't revoke my license for this first offense. There is a form I need to fill and send to DOR. Can someone shed some light on this. I don't want to install the ignition lock device .
Your DWI was not dismissed, it was amended to C&I. You are driving on a stay order because your lawyer filed a...
was never given access to an attorney when refusing. Both arrest report as well as probable cause statement reflect this as fact, where officer puts down I had asked for an attorney (twice). Then the next minute, he gives the refusal... Does this qualify for an invalid refusal??
Get in to see an attorney ASAP. The time you have to appeal the revocation is limited, and the limitation is strictly...
I recently separated the military and moved to Saint Louis I have a Michigan drivers license and was in Illinois on the border and this is where I received the dui. First offense no prior background.
This is not a military law question. Use the AVVO Find a Lawyer tab above to search for a DUI attorney in the county...