1. If I am convicted of a DWI will I receive any points?
No, if you are convicted for a DWI or a refusal then you will notreceive any points from the DMV. However, there are tremendous collateral... more
(b) Eligibility. - A person is eligible to apply for a limited driving privilege under this section if all of the following conditions apply:
(1) The person's license is currently revoked under G.S.... more
Probably one of the most frightening experiences imaginable is waking up at a police station and having no memory at all of what happened or how you got there. Unfortunately, this happens in some... more
The time between Thanksgiving and New Years is often referred to as DUI season by law enforcement agents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, between Thanksgiving and New... more
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What is the difference between a DWI and a DUI in Minnesota?
In Minnesota, there is no distinguishable difference between DWI and DUI. In fact, DUI is part of the DWI statute. To be clear, Minnesota... more
24. Are the DWI laws different if a defendant is convicted for underage DWI.?
The DWI laws are much stricter for an underage DWI case An underage drinker cannot have even a trace of alcohol in their... more