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Will I go to jail for dui probation/parol violation? I left town a few years ago

Pittsburgh, PA |

I had a DUI about 3 years ago. I served my 48 in jail, paid most of the fine but never did the driving classes and i moved out of town to be with my soon to be wife. Never told my parol officer. I am worried about this and I cant even get a driver's license. I want to take care of this but don't want to wind up in jail for a year. HELP!

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Hre a local lawyer to intercede with the Court. They may make you take the class, and you will pay the rest of the fine--but after the reinstatement fees to the BMV--you can get a license. Get a local lawyer. Good Luck.

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