Legal Advice for Driving Record — 18 results
Written by attorney Patrick Lewis, over 3 years ago.
There is now a way to remove a DUI from a person's Kansas criminal record. This year a change was made in the Kansas statute that will, in time, help many motorists to put a mistake behind... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 3 years ago.
If you want toexpunge a DUI in Arizona, youll need to file a motion to set aside the DUI. If granted this motion will actually remove the conviction from your record. You will no longer... more
Written by attorney Kevin Feeney, over 4 years ago.
Google PennDot Go to PennDot's website and click the link for driver & vehicle services. Find the link for request your driver's history You will need your Driver's License, Permit or... more
Written by attorney Eric Dirga, almost 5 years ago.
Do not get a ticket. Yes, this sounds silly but if you avoid a ticket in the first place the rest of the steps are unnecessary. Do not just pay the ticket. By just paying the ticket you... more
Written by attorney William C. Head, over 5 years ago.
89 Consequences of a DUI Conviction - Part 1 [Court-related Consquences] Copyright 2009 William C. Head Court-related Consequences
1. DUI Convictions in Georgia are FOREVER — no... more
Written by attorney David P. Gilbert, over 3 years ago.
The idea that people will likely travel out of their home state and commit a traffic infraction in another state seems logical. However, it wasn't until the 1960s that the states began... more
Written by attorney Lee Eidelberg, over 3 years ago.
Maryland is a member of the"Driver's License Compact" which, with other member States, promotescompliance with driving regulations and equality inone's eligibility either to obtain a... more
Written by attorney Lance Tyler, almost 4 years ago.
Winning Your DUI Often the key to winning your DUI is to know more about the case than the prosecutor. There is nothing more disconcerting to a prosecutor than to have the defense attorney... more
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