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Kenneth P. Andresen

Kenneth Andresen’s Answers

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  • Can you get a limited driving privilege in NC if you have been convicted of felony death by motor vehicle?

    license were suspended under GS 20-17(9), 20-19(i) and 20-141.4

    Kenneth’s Answer

    Generally, a conviction of felony death by vehicle results in a permanent suspension. You may be able to obtain a conditional privilege after a period of time. You do need to consult with a lawyer about his matter.

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  • Was charged with dwi three years ago. Case keeps keeping continued cause blood works has not come back. what are my options

    blew .08 first time .07 second time

    Kenneth’s Answer

    While a speedy trial motion certainly should be considered, it is also necessary to lay the proper ground-work for that motion. Speak with you lawyer about requesting that the case be calendared for trial.

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  • Just started getting threating phone calls about a payday loan that's three years old

    What can I do if they are telling who ever answer the phone my personal business

    Kenneth’s Answer

    Additionally, it may be that the payday loan company has passed the statute of limitations for such actions.

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  • Do I answer yes to a "Have you ever been convicted of a crime other than a minor traffic violation?" question on an application?

    I was arrested for Alcohol Intoxication 8 years ago. I was released an hour later. The fine was pre-payable. I did not even have to appear in court. I ran a background check on myself and it still shows up as a pre-payable citation. Do I stil...

    Kenneth’s Answer

    Generally, you will need to contact a lawyer in the state where you wish to have the record expunged. Most likely you will not have to appear. Costs vary, of course, from state to state and lawyer to lawyer but it will be worth it to rid your record of this minor matter.

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  • Uninsured accident & at fault, hubby knew but me the owner of car and son driver did not. Is he liable? DA represents who? Thx

    My son was driving my car and had an accident, he was at fault for passing double line. I had believed the car to be insured. Called husband to inform him of the accident and asked if it was still insured, he said yes. Well, next day he says the c...

    Kenneth’s Answer

    Your circumstance is, indeed, a complicated one--far too complicated to address in this format. The DA is not on your side. He or she represents the State of North Carolina and does not get involved in private matters such as this one. Other factors may come into play, such as your son's age and the extent of property or personal injury damages.

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