No, the Kentucky Division of Driver Licensing will only accept completions from programs authorized for DUI treatment. See drive.ky.gov under Driver Services, DUI Laws in Kentucky. To see a list of treatment programs, visit the Program Directory. The driver should select Driving Under the...View More
Charged with a DUI 4th could have got license back in five years however never did. Now it's six years later and I've been charged with driving on DUI suspended. Shouldn't it only be driving on suspended license? Or no license?
The second dui is aggravated as her BAC was >0.17, open container and her dui's were 18 days apart. Her judge runs a sober court, and was a prosecuting attorney as was her police officer. She has failed 2 rehabs, and stopped doing her twice daily breathalyzer. We are thinking her only... View More
My daughter called for help as the victim in a domestic violence situation and the responding officers ignored her statements and arrested her for DUI for sitting in a parked vehicle with engine running that "smelled strongly" of marijuana on their arrival
In the day when they got to my arm n saw to absesses i told them i relapsed a week ago n he said u didnt say nething qbout that i said i just said it was a week ago. Can i get out of this dui? I took the methadone as prescribed that morning this was night time.
My friend who was on probation was arrested in February of this year and was caught with a firearm (as a felon), DUI, and failure to maintain car insurance. After he was already in jail for this, the judge who originally put him on probation put out a warrant on him for probation violation. This... View More
Under Kentucky law new felonies must run consecutive if picked up while on probation. His credit should only be applied to one case but ultimately it’s up to the calculations by the department of corrections after he is sentenced.
Charges: DUI and Disregarding a Traffic Light. I was visiting KY and I live in Alaska. I don't have intentions or means to return to KY but I would like to take care of this so it is no longer pending on my file. The status says that a bench warrant was issued. I'm not sure how to go... View More
You need to contact a Kentucky DUI attorney who can help evaluate your case. You may be able to plead guilty remotely using Zoom depending on the county, but a DUI remains on your record for 10 years. Most counties are requiring an in-person appearance for a trial now.
My mother had a vehicle that was in my name that I wanted back for my wife to drive so we traded my mother my wifes vehicle (in her name) to my mother for the vehicle that was in my name. My mother sells my wifes car to my wifes parents and her stepdad got a DUI in her vehicle. We tried to get them... View More
I Keep getting a different answer when I call Frankfort. I’ve done everything asked of me. I don’t think I should have to take DUI classes here in KY for a DUI in NC. Can you help me navigate this situation?
Depends on the county where the DUI is but HiP on a 3rd is unlikely. Hire a competent criminal defense attorney, aggressively defend the DUI, and if you can get it amended or favorably resolved that will help tremendously with your immigration case.
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