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Q: Can I be convicted for both a DUI charge and for a refusal to submit to a breath test?

Larry Forman answered on Sep 22, 2018

Yes.

The first is a charge for operating a motor vehicle under the influence under KRS 189A.010.

The second is a an implied consent violation under KRS 189A.103.

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Q: How many times can you get a DUI in Kentucky before you lose your license?

Larry Forman answered on Sep 22, 2018

Do you mean permanently? The Transportation Cabinet can move to revoke your driving privileges permanently under KRS 186.570. You would be entitled to a hearing to put on your defense, of course, and in my experience that provision is fairly rarely exercised.

For example if it determines...
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Q: Does kentucky law allow dui school online if i'm from another state

Larry Forman answered on Sep 23, 2014

Kentucky does not allow you to take classes online anywhere in the country. However, you can take classes in a facility out-of-state that the Kentucky courts have approved of and have that count towards your requirement.

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Q: Do need an attorney for a Formal DUI Arraignment

Waived preliminary hearing as thought I would go into ARD if I did so.

Larry Forman answered on Sep 23, 2014

You never "need" an attorney for any court proceeding. You can always proceed "pro se" and thus represent yourself. The question is -- is it recommended? I would highly discourage you from going to court on your own. You do not know the process and the prosecutor may give you incomplete information... Read more »

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Q: Can I ask for more time when I show up for my ACD court date?

I have not yet completed the DDP program but I am enrolled, my court date is in a few days, can I show up, pay the fine but ask for more time to complete program and present myself to show proof?

Larry Forman answered on Sep 23, 2014

As long as you can show proof to the court/prosecutor that you are currently in compliance with the court's order, and there is no violation (e.g. missing class dates, etc.) then there should be no problem asking the court for additional time to complete your classes. You will simply get a new... Read more »

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