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hello i have been charged with DUI,less safe...passed the breathalyzer test, completed MADD class along with community service. i was made an offer from the prosecutor which was to plea guilty and take the offer which is 700 $ fine, dui class and dui evaluation. i am a nursing student and can not afford to pay a lawyer.
What were your test results?
This person has a valid Georgia license. I have read that Georgia does not have a interstate compact.
It will if Georgia DMV is made aware of the DUI by NC. The states do not always play nice together and they do. It...
I was just arrested for a DUI in GA..I spent all day in jail .. my license is suspended and my court date is not until July
For drivers license purposes, if this is a first DUI on the Georgia license, it is be considered a first DUI. For...
4 yrs ago arrested in NJ for DUI and now just arrested in GA
Hire an attorney as soon as possible. Follow your attorney's advice.
I was arrested for DUI in georgia in 2009 and the case was dead docketed. Arrested again 1 year later and the second time I was convicted. I complied with all of the legal obligations (probation, etc.) However, I got behind on my probation fees due to my inability to obtain employment. Wanted to leave GA to seek employment elsewhere. I elected to do the remainder of the sentence in jail so I could legally leave the state.. Now it shows up as a violation of probation. Can I get the VOP expunged? I was violated simply because I couldn't pay. My question is does the first arrest show up on a criminal background check as a conviction? I checked the county court records for the first arrest and it shows up as "closed" in 2010. (Dated before the 2nd arrest and conviction (no further activity)
The first arrest should not show as a conviction, and under Georgia's new expungement laws you should be able to...
Back in 2011, I plead guilty to a 2nd in 5 DUI after which I did jail time for my action, was put on probation, and had several requirements to fulfill to satisfy probation. Shortly after my sentencing, I moved to Chicago and have lived here ever since. I promptly completed my classes, and terms of probation and have not drank, nor been in any legal troubles while living here. The one thing remaining is to reinstate my GA drivers license but to do so, I must a) pay a reinstatement fee, b) submit the drug treatment evaluation to DMV, and c) install ignition interlock. My question is for c) ignition interlock: I do not have a vehicle, nor do I plan on moving back to GA and I need assistance with how to get a waiver from the judge so I can a) get a license, and b) potentially purchase a car
An Attorney would have to file for a hardship Waiver from the Court.
It is my understanding that some courts don't consider alcohol related offenses criminal.
Yes, it's a crime. If you're facing a DUI charge, get a lawyer.