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I need to know how to aproach obtaining a drivers license in my "NEW" state? My fines and terms are complete.
Most states communicate with each other as to the status of a person's driving privileges. If you are revoked in one...
I am an Indiana Resident, have two DUI convictions (last conviction in 2009) in Indiana, and an Illinois license. My license was revoked for 5 years and I will not be eligible for a full reinstatement until late 2015. I can get a hardship in Illinois at this time if I were to apply for one. However, I want to move to Texas for a job, sometime in early 2015. Is it possible at this time to fill out an out-of-state packet, submit it to the Illinois Secretary of State, have the revocation hold removed, move to Texas, and then apply for a hardship in Texas? From my understanding, I cannot get a hardship license in Texas until the revocation hold is lifted in Illinois. Is this possible?
As a non resident of Illinois you can apply for clearance of the Illinois hold only after you are eligible for...
I took a blood test instead of the breathalyzer does that matter?
When someone submits to a breath test and it indicates .08 or greater, their license is usually suspended at your...
Basically I spontaneously went to the justice of the peace with a man that I believed wanted to be married. At the time he was intoxicated. Since that time we have really not been able to communicate in an appropriate manner. When sober he says he does not want to be married anymore. I have filed a petition for an annulment pro se. I need advice on what to do now to get this process done and over with
Whether you are entitled to an annulment is far from clear. Every state defines grounds for such relief, and marrying...
I was told to fill out application for criminal rehabilitation, but when reading info it states that I can not be rehabilitated for 5 years. Does this mean I can not enter Canada for 5 years after conviction, or is there a way to be able to enter Canada?
You need to discuss this with a Canadian immigration lawyer. We are all US immigration lawyers here and know nothing...
I received a DUI in 2010, failed to appear in court and was given a bench warrant, the warrant expired and they suspended my license indefinitely. I want to go to court and get license reinstated, but I'm scared of what might happen.
Warrants rarely expire. Are you sure the warrant expired? Anyway, the judge will not be very pleased that you chose...
my fear is becoming a habitual traffic offender!
It is possible. You were smart to hire an attorney. Ask him/her your question. They are in best position to answer.