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Can a Class x Felony dui be dropped down to a lower class Felony. If so how often has it happened (% wise)?
Can a Class x Felony dui be lowered to a lower class in Illinois.
It can. It's up to the prosecutor. Percentage? That's impossible to say. It's not very high.
I GOT MY FIRST ZERO TOLORENCE WHEN I WAS 16 AND THE SECOND ONE WHEN I WAS 17 MY DUI WHEN I WAS 20 AND ITS MARKED AS FIRST OFFENCE IM 22 NOW
If your base privileges are intact and unrestricted you probably can. Employment is, however unlikely.
Why am I getting charged with two dui's DUI - ALCOHOL - 1ST OR 2ND OFFENSE and DUI - BAC .08 OR MORE - 1ST OR 2ND OFFENSE
And what are my chances of going to jail if i blew really high?? First Time offender
You may not go to jail but yo have some serious problems. Please hire a good DUI defense attorney ASAP. On of the...
Is this new one considered my 2nd or first when dealing with jail and driving privileges? I got into a car accident and charged with DUI over .08. I am on felony probation and out on bond from a domestic. What are my chances of going to jail?
For criminal purposes, this is your second. Secretary of State considers you a first time for suspension purposes if...
How long does it take to get results for bac from blood test? and do notify my insurance before I speak to a lawyer?
involved in accident. four tickets. dui failure to reduce speed. no lic. no insurance. I was covered at time of accident. I have a valid dl. I was taken to hospital in ambulance. I was given iv I was asked by the officers to submit to a blood test. I did
I have seen test results in six hours up to four weeks. Speak to a lawyer right now, and notify the insurer once you...
Was picked up for DUI in IL but had a previous DUI in MO will it carry over or possibly dropped off record
The DUI was at least 10 years ago back in about year 2000-2003
Such convictions remain on your record permanently.
What is the likely punishment of being convicted in Illinois of first time DUI? What does revocation entail?
I am wondering about actually being convicted after being found guilty at trial, not court supervision. I know all situations are different but I'm looking for a rough estimate (no crash, .11 BAC, cooperative, no child in car, first time offender, previously perfect driving record, rarely ever drink). Does a revocation mean you cannot drive at all even with an MDDP/BAIID? Would a one year revocation start at the time of the sentencing, or at the time of the start of the summary suspension? It seems like the revocation is the biggest difference between court supervision and a conviction, is this accurate? If you believed that one of your clients had a 50/50 chance at trial, would you advise them to accept supervision?
Potential of 364 days and or a fine of $2500. Jail not likely for a first offense unless there are bad facts. You may...
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