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Roland Xavier Tiemann

Folsom DUI / DWI Attorney.

Contributor Level 14
  1. Is there a way to get my 1st DUI removed from 9 yrs ago?

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    2. Robert Lee Marshall
    3. Aaron Todd Hicks
    3 lawyer answers

    The only way to get it fully removed is with a governor's pardon. The judge could grant you a 1203.4 expungement which would withdraw your plea and a dismissal is entered. It is discretionary with a DUI, but the judge has the authority to do it. It will still stay on your DMV record until 10 years has passed and will stay prior able until then. You could then answer that you have never been convicted of a crime when asked by a private employer. However, the arrest will stay on your...

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  2. What is the punishment for check forgery

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    2. Nafiseh Nina Trehzure Hodjat
    3. Joseph Briscoe Dane
    3 lawyer answers

    All forms of forgery, including check forgery, are illegal in the state of California under penal code 470 PC. California law allows check forgery to be treated as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending upon the amount of the check. The punishment for forging checks varies based on the crime's classification as a misdemeanor or felony and based on the previous criminal record of the accused forger. Penal Code 470 (a) Every person who, with the intent to defraud, knowing that he or she has no...

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  3. I want to become a Police officer in another state, I have expunged adult records do I need to disclose them in another state?

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    2. Nafiseh Nina Trehzure Hodjat
    3. Joshua Gramling Stein
    3 lawyer answers

    Most police background checks require that you tell them about any arrests, convictions, and expungements. Its the same for lawyers. It is also true that some jurisdictions are more forgiving of past transgressions the older they are.

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  4. Failure to Appear, license suspension

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    2. Nafiseh Nina Trehzure Hodjat
    2 lawyer answers

    You can usually put your case on calendar in the court where you got your ticket. You can try to get the judge to reduce the fines, let you do work project or jail in lieu of paying the fines, or release the license suspension with the promise to pay the fines within a certain period of time. Take proof of your reg and ins at the time and the fact that you were out of state. It never hurts to ask. This is a general discussion of legal principles by a California lawyer and does not...

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  5. Does a speeding ticket violate the DUI probation in CA?

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    2. Jimmy Cha
    3. David Philip Shapiro
    4. Andrew Stephen Roberts
    4 lawyer answers

    If your ticket is for an infraction it will not violate your probation. Speeding tickets are usually infractions. Only misdemeanors violate probation. If its a first offense traffic ticket take traffic school to keep it off your DMV record.

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  6. Why is cal fire making traffic stops in sonora ca.

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    2. Christopher A. Dove
    2 lawyer answers

    The people you see getting their cars searched have given the fire department consent to search. With consent no warrant is required. If a person chose to they could simply tell the fire department they don't have the right to search without a warrant. People and government seem to forget that the Constitution is still in effect and that we as citizens have the right to be free from unlawful searches and seizures. Fire departments, both career and volunteer, are acting on behalf of...

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  7. Medical Marijuana Dispensary Responsibility

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    2. Bryan Charles Becker
    3. Daniel Malis
    3 lawyer answers

    Yes they do. Any product offered to you that causes you harm could be the basis for a civil lawsuit against them. It would be no different than going to a pharmacy and getting double the prescribed amount of medication then prescribed causing you a medical emergency. Or maybe there was no warning on the medication. The pharmacy would be liable. So too is the dispensery. Get yourself a personal injury attorney.

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  8. Spousal battery

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    1 lawyer answer

    Most jurisdictions have a standard disposition. If the facts are bad, the standard punishment gets increased. You can get a police report by requesting one from the police department.

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  9. Is there such thing as "Good Behavior " time

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    1 lawyer answer

    Here is a link to the new jail and prison credits law currently in effect in CA. This will answer all your questions. http://www.prisonlaw.com/pdfs/CreditNewLawLtr,Feb10.pdf

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  10. License after 2 DUI's?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Brian C Andritch
    2. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    3. Terry Alan Wapner
    4. Amy Treanor Morell
    5. George Fredrick Mueller
    5 lawyer answers

    If you lost your first DMV hearing, then a loss in the second DMV hearing will result in a 1 year hard DL suspension with no restriction eligibility. The same would apply if you were still on probation on your previous DUI and you lose the 0.01 action. However, as of June of 2010 on a second offense suspension the DMV is issuing restricted license after 90 days with a ignition interlock device. The DMV suspension goes into effect 30 days after the incident or if you set a DMV hearing upon...

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