Think they were both under .02 because it still passed him and was green. Does he have to worry about this when it gets reported to DMV. Will this be a problem? He doesn’t have to report to a probation officer..I’m just worried because his job requires him to have his drivers license.
Generally, a DUI within 10 years anywhere in the United States is chargeable as a prior so long as the law in California is substantially similar to the state of conviction. California is a “movement” state requiring a vehicle be moved to meet the driving requirement. Some states, are control...Read more »
I was pulled over after not completely stopping at a stop sign and then was under DUI investigation because I had just picked up my drunk friend from a friends house. I complied with all the CHP’s orders and denied drinking all together except for the night before (approx. 9 hours before the... Read more »
I worked for a group home for foster children. My role in the agency had nothing to do with driving (especially since it was during the shutdown and pandemic of 2020) I handled all meetings and company purchases online. In fact, all children at the agency which they claimed I would have to drive... Read more »
Your headline question says you were let go but your post says you quit. Big difference.
There would have been nothing unlawful about your employer terminating you because of your DUI even if your job did not involved driving. Furthermore, your employer would have had the right to...Read more »
It generally depends on the jurisdiction what the ultimate outcome will be, but it also depends on whether you are charged with gross vehicular manslaughter (which is a 10 year maximum sentence) or regular (which is a 4 year maximum sentence).
On the morning of July 4th, I was pulled over and arrested for a DUI (BAC approx. 0.1, also took blood as well). I was released without a jail stay, but was still given a court date and an APS slip, and was told to contact the DMV regarding the details. I forewent a hearing and instead started... Read more »
First, you are not in suspension based on the arrest. Your DUI Suspension begins on the 31st day after the arrest so your legal to drive. It will show up when it goes into suspension. If you want an immediate restriction, and this is a first, get the IID installed, sign up for the alcohol education...Read more »
If you aren't arrested, there are no legal grounds for requiring a blood test as "implied consent" is triggered upon arrest. If you are arrested, you must consent to a sample of your blood or breath, if you don't the officer can request a search warrant and obtain a sample or...Read more »
I rear ended a car that was stopped on a dark part of a highway with its lights off in Half Moon Bay (San Mateo county). The other driver just screamed at the top of her lungs until she was in an ambulance. Paramedics told me shes perfectly fine, just in shock. Naturally they suspected i was at... Read more »
I was doing donuts in an empty cul-de-sac next to a dirt lot at 2am, the CHP office was pretty close by which is how the got me because my car was really loud and the only one on the road at the time. After I had my fun I start heading home and drove past the office, I see a cop car waiting for me... Read more »
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Drug related DUI's are more difficult for the DA to prosecute because there are no set standards regarding the level of the MJ in your system for a presumption that you were under the influence unlike alcohol related DUI's (.08).
Sorry for condensed above. I don't know if I have to put convicted of 23152ab or my plea shows pled not guilty.. nolo contendere. Then shows I was assigned probation. I just want to input everything correctly
A nolo or no contest plea is the same as a guilty plea for purposes of a criminal court. So you must divulge it. Depending on what County you were convicted in, you would be on either a three year or a five year probation. Most probably you were convicted of either 23152 (a) or 23152 (b), not both....Read more »
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 »
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