If you are on supervised probation, then you cannot relocate without permission of either your probation officer or the presiding Judge until your probation is completed. That said, most probation officers and/or the Court will give permission to relocate as long as there's good cause.
Yes, you can, however, the best recommendation is that not before go to court but immediately you contact a DWI lawyer or 2 in your area and set up consultations to specifically discuss your case and options---and then hire the DWI attorney with whom you fell most comfortable----I say immediately...Read more »
In 2003 I was arrested for DUI. Now (2022) the 15th District Judicial Court has notified me that I need to complete driving courses and 32 hours of community service. I completed the driving course and community service back in 2003. The court is now saying that they don't have any records... Read more »
If you had an attorney representing you at that time, then please speak to him and hopefully this can get straightened out without taking too much time. If you did not have an attorney, then perhaps please consult with a criminal defense attorney about representing you in your current situation...Read more »
After my hardship was done they gave me my liscence but to them it shows i have a adult dui first offense when my sentence was reduced to a underage dui now i get a letter in the mail that i need sr22 insurance
I was brought to jail for a dui with no breathalyzer so they could take my blood. THC will be found in my blood. The officer also found heroin but never booked me with it and when my charges were read while being booked it didn’t show up. Can that state trooper come to my house and ask for me?... Read more »
Yes, you can be charged after an arrest. The District Attorney ultimately decides what criminal charges to pursue, but you can be charged after the fact. No, the cop is not an addict, and it would be foolish to raise that issue as part of your defense.
Had DWI (1st) then was arrested for new DWI (2nd). Charges at arrest include 2 enhanced reckless driving (3rd/4th) to make a felony. one week ago. Can they do this with 2 previously settled charges (non DWI)?
I received article 894 from a dui I received in 2015. While I was doing community service to pay my fine , it came up that I owed around $100 from an old dui in like 2002. I paid the fine in 2015 so it’s showing that I had a current dui even though it was 894. I couldn’t and can’t afford an... Read more »
In 2017 I refused a chemical test in Louisiana (caddo Parish), in order to have my driver's license reinstated it is instructing me to have a IID installed. Currently I do not own a vehicle or have access to one. Copied below is OMV requirements:
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