Legal Advice for Driving Record — 167 results
Written by attorney Stewart Crawford, over 1 year ago.
Summary Offenses. Pennsylvania has three basic classifications of convictions (summary offenses, misdemeanors, and felonies). A summary offense is any minor crime, initially heard and... more
Written by attorney Peter Morris, 12 months ago.
As used in this Article:
(1) "Alcoholism" is the state of a person who habitually lacks self-control as to the use of alcoholic beverages, or uses alcoholic beverages... more
Written by attorney Phillip Price, over 2 years ago.
2011 CHANGES TO ALABAMAS DUI LAW
The Alabama Legislature passed two bills changing Alabamas DUI law.One bill added ignition interlock devices as a DUI punishment.The other bill increased... more
Written by attorney Kyle J Bristow, almost 2 years ago.
Criminal Record Sealing in Ohio
Kyle J. Bristow, Copyright 2012
In Ohio, some criminal records can be sealed. In most cases, a sealed criminal record will not show up during background... more
Written by attorney George F. Lannom, over 1 year ago.
This guide serves to give an outline of what the Tennessee General Assembly provided in the bill they passed on Expungements in Tennessee in July of 2012. There has always been alot of... more
Written by attorney Basil Beck, over 1 year ago.
When someone under the age of 21 gets a ticket for Underage Drinking or Minors in Possession of Alcohol they need to be careful about how to proceed. Here are some good tips for what to do,... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Estrella, over 1 year ago.
Sometimes people get bad advice by their trial lawyers or are convicted after trial and face deportation after serving your time. Do you wonder why? Sometimes some crimes have the effect of... more
Written by attorney Lori Laird, over 1 year ago.
Many people that submit an application for a job, student financial aid, rental property, college application, home loan or similar opportunity find their request denied with no... more
Written by attorney Max Allen Keller, almost 3 years ago.
A DWI conviction may have many "collateral" or hidden consequences. These Hidden Consequences of a DWI can include losing your job, having your driver's license revoked, getting higher... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, almost 3 years ago.
The first step to take if you want to expunge a DUI in Phoenix Arizona is to file a motion to set aside the DUI. Secondly, you should contact a Phoenix AZ criminal defense attorney who can... more
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