Your drivers license is one of the most valuable things a person gets from his or her government. It is difficult to hold a job without a valid license and it is unlikely that an adult without a license would stop driving. By any measure obtaining a valid license is worth far more than the attorney fees required to obtain the license. But if you haven't stopped drinking, you may be just wasting your time.
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Anytime one is being prosecuted for photos or where photos are the contraband, the first amendment is always a defense. In order for the first amendment not to apply, the material must be obscene. Fortunately, whether the evidence is obscene is not up to the prosecutor but to the jury.
Part of the question depends on whether your husband is charged with a crime for possessing a firearm or just the parole violation. It is likely that he could be charged with Felon in possession of a firearm and probably would not get credit for the time served for the parole violation.
You should consider looking at 42 USC 1983. If a governmental official slanders you, it is possible that you may have a claim for a taking without just compensation in violiation of your fifth amendment right. The taking being your reputation.
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A pardon is generally granted at the sole discretion of the Governor of a particular state for a state crime and by the President for a federal crime. Pardon's can be granted for a number of reasons or for no reason at all. It is a right of the executive officer (President or Governor) and cannot be challeged. Generally, if convicted of a crime and there is new evidence that is obtained, a Defendant may have a basis to file a motion for a new trial is that evidence is exculpatory.
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