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I leave in Hawaii since 2005 but my girl friend leaves in Philippines my plan was to file a petition for her but I worried about my DUI this past 2011.I'm still an immigrant ...pls help me if does effect my filing petition for her..
I suggest you post your question in the Immigration Law section of Avvo. Attorneys who concentrate in that are of the...
If it us better for me to get my license could I postpone my court date?. Thank you
I am not knowledgeable of your specific jurisdiction, but most courts would look at you in a more favorable light if...
I was pulled over in hawaii for a DUI... I blew a .103. This is my first offense. No prior speeding tickets or anything. I did the walk the line, help my foot up and looked at my foot while counting till 12. But was still arrested. Do I need a lawyer!
Yes, you need a lawyer. Refer to my answer to your other post. Hope this helps.
Never had any tickets or anything.
Yes. You should hire an attorney. DUIs can be complex cases and experienced DUI attorneys will know of defenses you are...
The night I was arrested for DUI, I was tapering off my anti-depressants and had just finished my last prescription (I was out of meds the day I was arrested.) I'm not sure this helps or hurts my case: 1. I need the meds, thus was not acting rationally that night. 2. I had taken the meds the day before, and thus the interaction with the alcohol made me make bad decisions. 3. I need the meds, but since I was tapering, I was on a lower dosage than the doctor recommended. I'm meeting with a lawyer on Thursday but I'm curious if the anti-depressants will help or hurt me.
Does the lawyer know you are the meds? Are you allowed to operate a motor vehicle while on the meds? Ultimately the...
I was issued a ticket for crossing the center line during my DUI arrest. I have 7 days to pay it at a lower rate. I am trying to get in touch with a lawyer now, but I know that paying the ticket automatically causes a guilty verdict and will hurt my DUI case. Should I talk to a lawyer first or just pay the ticket right away?
Easy question. Talk to a lawyer first.
I was planning on getting a fresh start in a new state a few months from now. I was planning to quit my job, move, sell my car, and change my name legally. However, last week I got arrested for a DUI and it looks like the punishments will take around a year. However, if I change my name, it might look like I'm trying to avoid the punishments when I was planning to do this a year ago. Will I be forced to put my plans on hold because of this? I hope to complete all other court ordered punishments before then, except the 1 year license revocation.
I don't know if this is a complete name change or one that was due to divorce. However, you should still be able to...