If you were given Probation, you have been convicted of a DUI. If you were not given Probation, but instead were given Court Supervision, which is typical for a first time DUI, you have not been convicted of a DUI.
I received 3 speeding tickets 06/2019, 02/2020 and 03/2020. Due to Covid, I did not have to plead guilty to the third ticket until December 2020. In January I took a safe driving course and was granted a probationary license for my 3 month suspension from Feb 5th 2021 to May 5th 2021. On March 17th... Read more »
My cousin was picked up with several types of large quantities of drugs. He hasn't been sober hardly at all since his release from incarceration. Isn't treating the undying addiction issue eliminate the possibility of criminal activity.
I received a call from collection agency saying they are calling about 2 traffic tickets I supposedly received in 2005 in Ogle County, IL. It has been 16 years. I don't recall getting these tickets but I went to the county site and they are saying I appeared in court and plead guilty but then... Read more »
Your last question first, yes, you can get a copy of your driving record from the Illinois Secretary of State Office. Make sure to order the record for Court Purposes. This will be the more comprehensive record. It is not uncommon for collections to start very late. You really should order your...Read more »
Also if they do it was entrapment because I don’t do that but it was a guy who kept asking me to get him some like more than 4/5 times and I finally did it trying to be nice. I didn’t have them I got them from elsewhere for him. That’s the only time I’ve ever did it in last 3 years of... Read more »
I have the registration and all paperwork she was suppose to insure it but didn't. I called about insuring it today when I got a call from the local police asking me to drop the vehicle off. She bought the car and has the title and it's in her name but she has never had possession of it or the keys.
What next? You hire a Criminal Defense Attorney to assist you with this matter. That attorney will need time to work your case, so hire one now. That attorney, at the very least, will attempt to have the ticket amended to a Petty Offense. Hire an attorney now.
Initially I got a ticket for speeding 21-25mph hour over. I asked the cop what the fine was and was promoted “no fine today, but you can go to traffic school to get it off your record”. I assume warning? No, he said it’s still I ticket but I don’t have to pay anything. Ticket said fine of... Read more »
First, I have never heard of a ticket having $0.00 fine. You always have to pay something. Second, it seems you did not do anything with this ticket, which includes taking Traffic Safety School. Finally, you can try and motion the ticket up into court and address it in front of the Judge. You will...Read more »
If those are the only options you were given, then yes. You should never just pay a moving violation ticket because it will go on your record as a conviction and your insurance company will be able to see it. You should appear in court and request Court Supervision. Yes, you will pay an increased...Read more »
I've retained an attorney. But my relatives have been questioned by sheriffs department and feel harassed . Plus neighbors at my complex feel they are being investigated or are in trouble. I've been told its a missing teen that contacted me
It all depends on the case and the misconduct. This is something you should be discussing with your attorney. Only your attorney will have the needed information in order to address your concerns. If you have not hire an attorney yet, you should do so right away.
If you committed a cyber crime can police track you in any way other then an ip address? Like via your internet browser even if the cyber crime took place on a different website other then your internet search site or a MAC address? If they are able to track you only through an ip address and you... Read more »
First, you need to stop posting information regarding a potential crime. Second, if you have been charged with an offense, you need to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney right away. Finally, DO NOT speak to the police without an attorney by your side.
If you committed a cyber crime worth over $1M dollars what would be the possible legal consequences. The crime that was committed was that over $1M dollars worth of merchandise was purchased for the retail store where i work. None of it was going to be taken it would be all to sell. When they got... Read more »
Your fact pattern is not very clear. Generally, it is typically better to say nothing and wait to see what happens. If anyone asks you questions regarding your actions, you need to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney before you do anything. Absolutely, DO NOT speak with the police without an attorney...Read more »
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