Mr. Hudson Thomas Bair's answer Call the police, if the driver was arrested they will have the information you need. You should have "uninsured motorist" coverage which will help you if the other driver is uninsured, there is also a restitution process that may be initiated if the other driver is found guilty of a criminal offense.
Steven McNicholl's answer The DMV is its own separate system from the court and DCSS. You need to contact the DMV to determine the status of your license and reinstate through them. Nothing outside the DMV will automatically reinstate your drivers license.
Mr. Hudson Thomas Bair's answer You should contact a local DUI Defense Attorney to discuss the facts and possible defenses. Many DUI Defense lawyers offer free consultations, if you were sober and did well on the field tests a lawyer should be able to use that to your advantage.
Steven McNicholl's answer By not signing up for the DUI class you are in violation of probation. Many factors will determine if you are taken into custody. It is possible that the District Attorney will reinstate the terms of your probation, meaning the original terms will still be put back in effect. It will largely depend on the facts and circumstances of your case.
Allen C. Ladd's answer You will not be able to travel to the USA with a DUI arrest (even without conviction) within the past 5 years, because you are a public danger. You will need to get clearance from a "panel physician" who is on contract with the US consulate in France. Go to the consulate's website, or go to www.aila.org to look for a US immigration attorney in France, for further guidance. (If you don't find one in France, go to Germany in the listings, there are several I know of who handle this matter.)...
Omid Rejali's answer Did you blow a 0.09 on the PAS device? (Preliminary Alcohol Screening). Why were you pulled over? There are many questions that a qualified attorney would need to speak to you and ask you about to evaluate your case further. It is definitely worth contacting an attorney and speaking with them over the phone as this is not the proper forum to discuss those types of things.
Alexander Bakhache Perez's answer The date the plea was entered into, the latest date, but it is an argument to make, either case you have 3 other DUI's within 10 years - you will need a lot of help to negotiate this or fight the case since the consequences are high for you.
all in the same state and same county for the DUI's. Have few questions to go over feel free to call for a free over the phone consultation.
Mr. Hudson Thomas Bair's answer Your results will vary depending on who your insurance company is and the DMV outcome. If you get a "wet" reckless in court but lose the DMV hearing you will still be required to file an SR-22 which will trigger additional consequences with your insurance company. You should discuss this with both your lawyer and your insurance person.
Mr. Hudson Thomas Bair's answer It's hard to answer your question because you really aren't asking a question. If you were arrested for DUI then you should consult a lawyer as quickly as possible since you have rights that will "expire" within 10 days of your arrest. Despite the fact that your license is expired you can reinstate at any time (unless you are suspended, in which case you have to clear up the suspension before getting your license). It seems likely the stop for swerving was the grounds for the initial contact...
Mr. Hudson Thomas Bair's answer I'm not sure what you are asking but if you are questioning the legitimacy of the DMV procedures because the hearing officer is both the prosecutor and the fact finder, that has been litigated and upheld. You should ask your lawyer what appellate steps can be taken following an adverse DMV decision.
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