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Donald Gray Drewry

Oakland DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. Going to court for violating unsupervised probation in Idaho.

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Donald Gray Drewry
    2. Derek Anthony Patrin
    3. James C Forslund
    3 lawyer answers

    Get in touch with a lawyer immediately. Get a copy of any changes you made with your insurance, don't wait do it now, make several copies, and if you did not receive any notice from your DMV in your State, your lawyer should be able to explain the error. Additionally, get your SR22 reinstated to help the lawyer help you show the misunderstanding.

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  2. How to get my California driver's license back with 8-year old unpaid tickets (for parking and vehicle registration violations)?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Donald Gray Drewry
    2. Andrew Stephen Roberts
    2 lawyer answers

    Go to the DMV field office and get a print out of your driving record and all outstanding tickets and courts. Then contact each court and pay the fine. You may add the case onto calendar, and explain that you moved lost the tickets, and ask the judge for a reduction. All he can say is no.

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  3. Can I get someone criminal record?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Donald Gray Drewry
    2. Jay Bodzin
    2 lawyer answers

    Criminal records can be obtained by going to the courthouse and asking to see the public portion of the record. There may be some parts concealed by the court. A special investigator can get records that you may not be able to get. However, if you abuse information, you can leave yourself in a position of being sued.

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  4. How to block the playing of a non original audio recording at trial. All 16 recordings in the case are lost, destroyed/ erased.

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Greg Thomas Hill
    2. Donald Gray Drewry
    3. Robert Lee Marshall
    3 lawyer answers

    This does not sound like a general person asking a question. You should have an attorney, and the attorney will know what motions to file. Additionally, if you are represented by an attorney, your question should be directed to your attorney.

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  5. Can 11377a hs be different drugs?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. John M. Kaman
    2. Donald Gray Drewry
    3. Joseph Briscoe Dane
    3 lawyer answers

    The charge covers several different drugs, and be split into multiple counts.

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  6. Recently charged with a dwi....had a previous dwi where i found out a year or so later that my lawyer got disbarred would.....

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Matthew David Fry
    2. Christina Jonae Oleson
    3. Donald Gray Drewry
    4. James C Forslund
    4 lawyer answers

    Are you saying he was not licensed at the time he represented you? If so, you can hire a lawyer to show that you were not properly represented by a lawyer and ask the court to set aside your plea based off the recommendation of a person acting as a lawyer who was not. On the other hand, if he was disbarred after your plea, and was licensed when he handled your case the plea should stand. You should immediately seek a lawyer in your area for a personal consultation.

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  7. Do I have to have an SR22 if it's been more then 3yrs since my 2nd DWI if I haven't had a car or insurance since.

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Matthew David Fry
    2. Donald Gray Drewry
    3. Samuel Cohen
    3 lawyer answers

    As a general rule, you must keep an SR22 during probation. Best is to check with your insurance company, they have your specific info.

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  8. Felony dwi i blew twice came back error then they took blood 5 hours later can they back track the five hours

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Thomas Harlan Swain
    2. Aaron C. Graham
    3. Todd Bennett Steele
    4. Stephen D Aarons
    5. Donald Gray Drewry
    5 lawyer answers

    NO!!!! The Government will attempt to report your blood back in time by using something called "Retrograde Extrapolation". However, this is a bogus form us science. The leading Toxicologist, Dr. Kurt M. Dubowski, Dr. A.W. Jones, and Dr. Stefan Rose have all written on this improper method of determining your previous blood level. Additionally, any good toxicologist will help your lawyer defuse this by using a first year chemistry formula known as Fick's Law of Diffusion showing the cells...

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  9. Did I get a good deal in my outcome? How will this affect my getting job, How will this DUI on my record affect me in life?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Donald Gray Drewry
    2. James J White
    3. John M. Kaman
    4. Christine C McCall
    4 lawyer answers

    First, you can expunge your record but that only applies to private employers not the government or a government employer, so if you go for job interview with a government agency, you must disclose it. Second, with regard to the DUI, you don't give enough facts. What was your BAC? Was it blood or breath? If the 2 days of jail was dropped, the attorney saved you 16 hours of picking up trash and you pay for that. If you wanted to go to trial, then you should have paid the attorney for trial,...

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  10. Did I violate my probation?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Donald Gray Drewry
    2. George Fredrick Mueller
    3. Robert Laurens Driessen
    4. Amy Treanor Morell
    4 lawyer answers

    First, if you were given an Infraction, there should be NO probation, so you need to check this immediately to make sure it is not a Misdemeanor. Second, if you are 18 you are required to take the PAS breath testing, and there is NO Tolerance, .01 is enough for the DMV to take your license, however, many of these machines register other substances as alcohol, so a lot depends on what you told the officer. This would be a fight with the DMV and you only have 10 days to request a hearing with...

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