He got scared changed his mind he was off his mental meds cop tlkd2 him ask wat doing he was tryn2tellem when was told hands behind his back4a patdown4 thier safety cop cuffs him then 3-4all was assultin him@same time he's cuffed then in the garage it's on video slammed his face/head n2a... Read more »
Yes, it happens alot. The LEO needs some evidence that the suspect was driving the vehicle earlier. Then he puts together his proof of intoxication, and he gets a Warrant for DUI. Your Friend needs a competent attorney to prepare for a thorough Preliminary Hearing.
We had a handshake agreement for buyer(long-time friend) to pay for a commercial van. 2009 Chevy, agreement was $3500, 500/month, never paid. He was supposed to transfer plates and insurance to his name but didn't, so it is still on our commercial insurance. We do not have contact with him or... Read more »
You should be able to get DOS to issue a new title certificate in the purchaser's name. Ask your County Clerk first, then call Nashville. Once issued send a copy to your agent, and try to deliver the title to the owner. Also that is probably a lease with option to purchase transaction,...Read more »
Not sure of your problem. But you need to try to get the License at another DOS facility. Otherwise you will need a very competent, and expensive, attorney to file an administrative action. That action could take at least a year, prior to appeals. Getting a blow meter for a little while...Read more »
My boyfriend is on probation and already has one VOP. We recently got into an accident which resulted in him recieving a DUI. We can not afford to pay his attorney to get him out of this trouble but he makes too much money to get a court appointed attourney. What can I do to help him?
Not sure of your question. But DUI Defense is usually very difficult and you use everything there is to defend your Client. No one fact is ever conclusive Evidence on DUI's. And many, many Defendants are convicted with only the LEO's observation of driving and the FST's.
Ignition interlock for 6 months how can they do that when the law wasn't even in effect till 2013 my DUI was 2010 this is 2020 DMV says I have to have it because I had to DUIs within a 5-year. Well it was 2006 and 2010 I don't think that law existed then what can I do I just had it... Read more »
DUI is a very expensive crime. Many times the lawyer's fee is the cheapest part. If you are getting out of SR-22 expenses, then you are doing alright. DOS issues the TNDL, and you have to do what they say, right or wrong. Driving is a privilege, not a right. If you can, get a DL...Read more »
I was charged in Jan. 2019 with DUI first offense and am still fighting it as of July 2020. I have not been convicted. In March of 2020, I was charged in a different county with DUI first. Since I have not been convicted of any DUI yet, could they both wind up as DUI first offenses if I am... Read more »
Not sure of your question. But DOS issues ID Cards and will require Birth Certificates or your old TNDL, at least. And completing a DUI Sentence is usually not required, but could cause other problems.
I am 19 facing a DUI charge. I made the terrible decision to drive after I was drinking with some friends. I did not really know my limit; therefore, I was too intoxicated. Prior to that I smoked marijuana so I know that both substances will appear in my blood sample. The violation listed on my... Read more »
I would hire a competent local criminal defense attorney. At a very minimum, you will spend 48 hours in jail, perhaps more with the marijuana charge. You will have to attend a DUI class and pay fines and court costs.
If you want a license, you will have to pay for an ignition interlock...Read more »
Not sure of your question. But required DUI Classes are given across this State, and at different times/days. You probably need to find another DUI Class in another County. Your Sentence will require every requirement completed within 11mo/29 days, period.
Yes... Your lawyer needs to ask the DA and the Judge to include this as part of your Sentencing or Judgment. It is at the Court's discretion, but many Counties are not set up for Work Release. If you already are convicted, then your lawyer might still make a Motion. Make your lawyer do his job.
He needs to get his Driver's License now. The DUI with all its Sentencing and Insurance requirements, and costs must be met. If he is in Florida then he needs to do what it takes to get a Florida Driver's License. There is plenty of time here, get it done, then go to Court. Most...Read more »
Hire a competent attorney who knows what Civil Forfeiture is. You must file a cash Bond and demand a Hearing before the DOS immediately. If DOS does not get involved, then you have to sue the Seizing Agency for Conversion, but it is still a GTLA proceeding. If the property is not worth much,...Read more »
I was pulled over two years ago for reckless driving I paid the ticket but didn't go to court. I lost my job over this ticket recently and want to get the points off is there a way I can just take a driving course and get my points off?
Probably not as you have already been convicted. But the points are recorded for the last 12 months on your MVR, so that Speeding Violation's Points should have already been cleansed from the system. That is the Conviction will always be on your Record, but the Points should be gone by now.
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