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Cory Earl Yager

Atlanta DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. Will I lose my license?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Cory Earl Yager
    2. D. Benjamin Sessions
    3 lawyer answers

    The prior Reckless Driving conviction under age 21 would have put 4 points on your license and likely caused a serious violations under 21 suspension. The new alcohol charge would not cause a license suspension if it is charged minor in possession of alcohol as opposed to minor in possession of alcohol while driving. Yoy definitely need to seek the services of a qualified attorney to help make sure that the charge is correctly accused to fit your circumstances and to help you navigate the...

  2. Will I lose my license?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Cory Earl Yager
    2. D. Benjamin Sessions
    3 lawyer answers

    The prior Reckless Driving conviction under age 21 would have put 4 points on your license and likely caused a serious violations under 21 suspension. The new alcohol charge would not cause a license suspension if it is charged minor in possession of alcohol as opposed to minor in possession of alcohol while driving. Yoy definitely need to seek the services of a qualified attorney to help make sure that the charge is correctly accused to fit your circumstances and to help you navigate the...

  3. Im 37 live in ga just concerned. i got a dui in 1995 last one all the rest is dissmissed. will georgia corrections hire me.

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Cory Earl Yager
    2. Jack Ira Klein
    2 lawyer answers

    Georgia Corrections will likely consider your prior DUI conviction and any past DUI arrests in its hiring decision. Though the prior DUI incidents may not be an absolute bar to employment with Georgia Corrections, they will likely be a large factor in any type of hiring decision.

  4. What can I do if i live in Ga but i have a Va vasap non compliance warrant out on me for dui ? what can I do to remove it.

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Cory Earl Yager
    1 lawyer answer

    Most likely, the only way you are going to be ablt to clear the Virginia bench warrant is to appear before the court issuing the warrant. It would be very advisable for you to consult with a Virginia Attorney familiar with the court in which you received the bench warrant. If the Georgia courses meet the requirements of the Virginia Probation terms, the nyou may be able to use them to satisfy the unfulfilled terms. You will however still need to answer tothe court on the bench warrant issue....

  5. What does a radar distance of 0.00 mean?

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Cory Earl Yager
    1 lawyer answer

    Generally speaking, RADAR does not have any distance component. RADAR may be operated in either a stationary or moving mode. Esentially what happens is that an officer has a front and rear antenna on his vehicle. The antenna shoots out a cone shaped RADAR pulse and receives information back for all vehicles within that pulse. RADAR, unlike LASER/LIDAR is not a target specific device meaning that it doesnt pinpoint one particular vehicle. Depending on your state's discovery statues you may...

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  6. Will a 12 year old DUI charge show up on a FBI criminal background check

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Okorie Okorocha
    2. Douglas Blake Chanco
    3. Cory Earl Yager
    3 lawyer answers

    Generally the only time that information may not show up of this nature would be in the case of expungement. There are limited circumstances when expungement of the record may be available. Generally speaking expungement is available in cases where a charge is dismissed, Nolle Proqequi, or dead docketed. Expungement would be the only possible way to get the charge deleted from the NCIC history

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  7. Can wife force husband to move out of apartment if her name is the only one on the lease?

    Answered about 6 years ago.

    1. Cory Earl Yager
    1 lawyer answer

    You need to look at the eviction procedures for your jurisdiction. Generally, once a person has established residency/domicile, they can not be forced to vacate the residence without the complaining party going through a formal eviction procedure. Residency can be established in most jurisdictions by the location being a persons only residence, by receiving mail at the residence, by paying bills at the residence (ie: cable, phone, electric, other utilities), and by having/keeping personal...

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  8. Police procedures

    Answered almost 6 years ago.

    1. Cory Earl Yager
    1 lawyer answer

    Police procedures with regard to calling in traffic stops vary somewhat based on differing jurisdictions. You should consult an attorney in the jurisdiction where the traffic stop took place to see what the police do there. Generally, police officers call in the traffic stop at the time they make it. This is done for officer safety reasons. The officer generally provides to his dispatch center the location of the stop, the tag on the vehicle, and a description of the vehicle. Some...

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  9. I got an indecent exposure charge on the beach for streaking on the beach. Will this be significant in a background search?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Cory Earl Yager
    2 lawyer answers

    The answer to your question depends largely upon the type of background check that is being performed and the purpose for which it is performed. Based on your question, there are some facts missing that make the answer harder to provide. Did you plead guilty to the charges or was there some alternative disposition imposed such as pre-trial diversion or conditional discharge. If one of these types of dispositions was obtained, then depending on your state's laws you may have some mechanism...

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  10. I just got a ticket for parking on a fire lane. there are no lines on the floor or a sign that says not to park there

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Brandon Kenneth Davis
    2. Owen David Greenberg
    3. Martin Samuel Lascola
    4. Cory Earl Yager
    4 lawyer answers

    It is unfortunate that the police officer decided to issue you a citation especially since you were STILL with your car. In most instances, you are entitled to take the matter to court and to fight the citation. You should immediate collect photos of the area where you parked if there wasnt proper signage or marking s on the ground. Many times, officers do not appear at court meaning that you may win without the necessity of an actual hearing. In the end, you have to weigh the costs of your...

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