BECAUSE YOU HIRE A LAWYER DOESN'T MEAN YOU WILL GET OFF FROM THE CHARGES. A LAWYER FORCES THE DA TO MEET THEIR BURDEN OF PROOF. WHETHER THE CLIENT DID THE ACT OR NOT IS NOT THE ISSUE. IT IS WHETHER THERE IS ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO...Read more »
my privilege to drive has been suspended for 21 years by dmv for a second dui despite i paid for my crime in jail and through fines etc. I'm in the classes dmv wants but i need something to be able to drive now . i'm desperate im the only one providing for my family due to covid. I work... Read more »
I am sorry that you were going through this. In general they will not you apply for it driver's licence until you complete the dui class. You can call or go to your nearest driver safety office which is part of the DMV and ask them if there's anything you can do.
boyfriend remanded to jail his charges felony driving under the influence of drugs with designated prior conviction misdemeanor possession driving with privilege suspended for prior DUI conviction and misdemeanor possession which one case is a prop 47 which is the possession charge his early... Read more »
First DUI with BAC .09%. Due to COVID, i never saw my attorney or got the opportunity to appear in court. Questions and concerns often went unanswered and I was often told "don't worry about that right now". I knew I was being offered a plea deal of wet reckless, but wasn't... Read more »
14 months ago I was WRONGFULLY arrested for DUI of RX medications (under supervision of all DOCS involved) 100% PASSED EVERY field sobriety test performed and was still arrested. I am a 63 yrs old female and a business professional my entire life, mostly for CVS pharmacy, rarely drink or a parking... Read more »
I was convicted of a DUI in May of 2019 and I've already completed my alcohol classes, my community service, MADD, paid all my fines, and had a restricted license and a breathalyzer for 6 months so now the DMV reinstated my full license. The only thing I have left to complete is my Hospital... Read more »
If that actually happened, they would lack any realistic chain of custody and certainly would assist your attorney in having any result excluded. However, there are other ways of proving you had too much to drink. Best to hire an experienced DUI trial lawyer to assist you.
If your fiancé was convicted after trial, or after a guilty plea, then he has as a matter of right the ability to file an appeal within 60-days of the date of judgment. If he cannot afford an attorney, he will have an attorney appointed at no cost.
I got a DUI 17 years ago (3/04) in California BEFORE I had a license. I served prison time on a unrelated charge. I paroled in 2007 and completely changed my life. I went to DMV and got a license when I paroled. Ever since then I have never had a problem renewing my license until this last time.... Read more »
Generally, parking lots (while being privately owned) are deemed "public" and are subject to enforcement of laws as any public area. While the officers could have left your legally parked car alone, they also have the authority to tow it, and your case, they did.
It's very unlikely. If contacted you should not answer any questions without an attorney present. But I wouldn't worry about it currently. Supplying alcohol to a minor and consuming alcohol as a minor are both crimes. Be careful heading down that path.
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