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I have two misdemeaners as now one was giving to me before i got my residence the other dwi now my question is if i get another
can my papers be taken away? 3 misdemeanors make a felony?
It sounds like a immigration question. A second DWI alone can be a felony. I have handled many cases involving both...
I was arrested for aggravated DWI a few months ago. The breathalyzer said I blew a .26, which is impossible since I only had 5 drinks in 4 hours (3 beers and 2 vodka and redbulls). I disappeared and a little while later, I was arrested for the DWI. I have absolutely no memory from right before I disappeared until my mom picked me up at the police station hours later. I have reason to believe that I may have been drugged, but that doesn't explain the .26. The only answer I can come up with is severe gerd. Now, I know it looks bad but I honest to goodness only had 5 drinks. Lawyer convinced me to take a plea today at court to avoid probation, but now I'm really regretting it. I haven't been sentenced yet. Is it too late to fight it? This is just devastating and very disappointing.
Speak to your lawyer about the Judge's tendencies. It is generally very hard to withdraw a guilty plea. However, I urge...
Ignition interlock device(s) compliance guidelines. I need more space below to give more details regarding my question
I am a current resident of the state of NY after formerly residing in the state of PA. About 3 1/2 years ago, while residing in PA, I was convicted of a DUI. I served all of the sentence, in it's entirety, that was imposed by the state of PA and paid every all of the fine(s) imposed as well. I subsequently moved back to the state of NY which is where I originally resided prior to residing in PA. I am currently under probation supervision which was transferred to the state of NY from the state of PA. After serving an 18 month PA drivers license suspension and submitting proof to the NYSDMV that the state of PA had restored my driving privileges, New York State reissued my original NYS drivers license with absolutely no conditions or restrictions on it.
What is your question? I don't think you asked one.
Dwi will always remain on your driving abstract? I checked mine, only saw 2 out of 3. will dmv use this when I reapply?
NY STATE NEW LAW - 25YR LOOK BACK . MY DRIVING ABSTRACT ONLY SHOWED 2 OUT OF 3 DWI. NOT SURE IF 1ST WAS CONSIDERED A DWI NOW- I KNOW IT WAS A MIDEMEANOR AND I HAD CONDITIONAL LINSENCE BUT IT WAS A VERY LONG TIME AGO . SINCE IT DID NOT SHOW UP ON DRIVING ABSTRACT. I HAVE ALSO READ THAT DWI/DUI/DWAI'S WILL NEVER CLEAR FROM YOUR ABSTRACT? SO DOES THIS MEAN THAT DMV WILL ONLY USE MY 2 ALCOHOL RELATED OFFENCE WHEN I DECIDE TO REAPPLY?
Driver's abstract may not show the 3rd DWI because of how long ago it was, but if you reapply, the DMV will definitely...
Last night I was arrested for a DUI.i was asked a series of questions. I complied to each question they asked me. I was given two breathalyzers and 3 different field tests. Two of the test were explained to me and I was unclear. I was handcuffed and put into a car, more questions... Officer drove to booking station. I was never told I was under arrest nor was I explained why I was being detained . I was asked more questions about where I was, where was I going, if I was drinking. After this I was told to use their breathalyzer at this station. The officer took me out of cuffs put me into his car, then proceeded to read me my Miranda rights as he takes me home. The officer handed me a stack of tickets and a court date then left, none of my tickets were explained at all.
This is not a question it is a statement. You are in a heap of trouble as big as the stacks of paper you were handed....
Convicted of DWI, was pleaded down to a DWAI (first offence) w/ a conditional discharge, 50 hrs of community service, DDP, Victims Impact Class, license suspended for 90 days.
It will be on your record forever because it does not seal.
I recently got arrested for a d.w.i. and refused a breathalyzer test. I did not know the consequenses of refusing a breathalyzer test and requested to make a phone call while on the side of the road which was denied. Now in hindsight i wish i had taken a breathalyzer because a year long license suspension will be very hard for me to deal with. Will the fact that I was refused legal counsil on the side of the road help me with keeping my license? In your experience how many of these hearings actually result in the defendant getting to keep their license? I also didn't know that there was a difference between refusal on the side of the road and refusal at the station. I refused both.
I have won many of these hearings. The law is complicated regarding the right to counsel at the breathalyzer stage. It...
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