I thought the DUI was to be removed from my record after so long since I satisfactorily completed supervision. Statutory Summary Suspension (for not blowing) doesn't show on record. Can I get the DUI off my record ever?
A supervision for DUI will always remain on your driving record with the Secretary of State. It also in not able to be expunged. However, because it was court supervision and you successfully completed the terms it will not be considered a conviction. So for instance, if you are questioned by an employer you could respond that you have never been convicted of a crime.See question
I did the FS tests, did okay, but I blew on the field the first time and the cop had to clear it out due to malfunction on the device, I blew again and it was a .11.
It is impossible to determine the outcome of your DUI without a comprehensive review of the evidence. You may be found guilty or not guilty following a trial. You may be able to suppress evidence because the police officer's administration of the breathalyzer could be in error, you may have passed the field sobriety tests, your driving may be at issue, etc. You should hire competent counsel to review your case!See question
My friend dropped off his kids at there moms a few weeks ago. He spent the night there since he had nowhere else to go and through conversation the subject of sex came up and she told him no in the bedroom. The next morning his ex wife asked him i...
Yes, your friend should retain a lawyer immediately. The police will be contacting him to get his side of the events and he needs a competent lawyer to be present. Moreover, his custodial rights with regards to the kids could be at jeopardy as she may file a petition for temporary custody, order of protection, etc.See question
How long in the state of Illinois would a person get for 1 count RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY and 1 count CONSPIRE TO RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY, with prior offense of theft.
The charge is a non-probation Class 1 Felony that carries a sentence of four to fifteen years in the department of corrections. You may qualify for TASC probation if your attorney is not able to get the charge amended to a lesser charge.
This is a serious case and you require representation by competent counsel.See question