I'm on two years probation in Texas for dwi. I have become homeless because they won't issue me a license to work. I have no family or friends here to help me. Can I transfer it if state where there is someone to help me.
If it is a second offense DWI, and you are on probation, you can ask that it be transferred to another state. Hope this helps.See question
I plead guilty for poss of marijuana January 4th 2017 and was told my licence will be suspended. When does this suspension go into affect?
There is a DPS website you can check to determine when your suspension begins and ends. Enter your DL #, DOB and last 4 of your SS# and it will tell you what date the suspension begins and ends. It will also list any DPS fees associated with the suspension. Beware though, it might take a few days for your suspension to show up in the DPS database so I wouldn't drive if I were you. The date the judgement was signed is the date the suspension begins. I agree with the other answers - if you can't get the information online check with your attorney. The site is https://txapps.texas.gov/txapp/txdps/dleligibility/login.doSee question
There's no indictment in a Misdemeanor case, but there is an Information, which must be based on a police officer's sworn Complaint, and be filed within the two year statute of limitations period for Misdemeanor cases. Hope this helps.See question
I was involved in a wreck and I ended up being arrested for DWI. My blood was taken almost 4 hours later and it came back over the limit. I think my BAC rose while in custody because I had just drank a little while before the wreck. Would a prose...
Most likely no. Not with the facts you've laid out. Back in the day - prosecutors in Harris County used to offer "Reckless Driving" as a plea offer in weak DWI cases. Instead of dismissing a DWI case outright, or taking the risk of losing a weak DWI case at trial, Prosecutors would offer a defendant "Reckless Driving". The outgoing DA's policy was not to offer Reckless Driving.That being said, a new DA will be in office soon and there may be changes in her policies. I wouldn't hold my breath though. DWI is still a politically charged crime, that no politician wants to appear lenient on. Sounds like you may have a defense. Rather than thinking plea bargain - consult with an experienced DWI lawyer that routinely fights DWI accident cases where blood is drawn. Hope this helps.See question
I saw my probation officrr yesterday i have already taken my 2 ordered test this week i thought i could go out of town this a.m before i called in & it would say no need to test since i took my 2 already but it didnt it said i needed to test ill n...
Contact your probation officer immediately, and inform him/her of the situation. Ask them what you should do. Document who you spoke to, the time, and details of your conversation. It's not going to excuse you for missing the test, but it does give you the appearance of having "clean hands". If there's an Any Lab Test Now, or similar facility nearby, pay for your own test. Be sure they follow a protocol similar to that used by the probation department. Look, we've all jumped the gun and made plans, assuming we could clear our schedule. You didn't think you'd be choosen to give a sample and you were.Now I think it's important to show them that you reason for mssing the test, had nothing to do with you going out and using.See question
My drivers license was suspended in Texas for 1 year after my DWI conviction. Part of my sentence (and probation) also required me to have an Interlock for 9 months. I chose not to drive for the year, and my suspension is up soon. However, the Tex...
Was this a first DWI ? If it was a first DWI and you did probation, then I am assuming that the license suspension you are referring to is for the administrative license suspension for either refusing to give a sample of your breath or blood, or for giving a sample that was over the legal limit. You said that the court ordered you to have an interlock device installed in your vehicle. Normally, when DPS receives notice of that order, they will send you a letter telling you that your license is canceled unless you send them $10, and they will then mail you a new license, with the restriction that any vehicle you operate must have an interlock device in it. Additionally, when your license is suspended, there is a $125 reinstatement fee that also has to be paid to DPS. If an interlock device is no longer required, you need to get an Order Removing the Interlock Device from the court. Ask your District Clerks Office if they forward that information to DPS. The people you want to talk to at DPS are in the Driver Improvement Section. Go to the Texas DPS website for more information. Hope that helps.See question
I was arrested for a Dwi a year and 11 months ago, there was no breathalyzer and no blood taken, in the sobriety test the officer left the cruiser lights on which effected my eye test for sure, Also you can not here any Audio on the video because ...
Yes, you still have the right to a jury trial. Without knowing any of the facts, or how you looked on video, I cannot possibly tell you what you should do. But if I understand you correctly, if you perform 20 hours of community service - a dismissal is guaranteed. Sometimes a sure thing is better than chance. Happy Thanksgiving.See question
I got a DUI in 2010 while on an internship in Topeka, Kansas, and as a part of the sentence, I was required to have an interlock system installed in my vehicle for 1 year. At the time I had a Texas driver's license, which was never taken away from...
Unfortunately no. If an interlock was required by Kansas, it will be required by Texas under the Interstate Drivers License Compact. In addition, Texas may require a $10 interlock license fee.See question
Im charged with dwli enhanced, but i was driving to protect my sons,can i explain this to the da.
Whatever you do - don't speak to the District Attorney.. Everything you say will be used against you. They are not going to listen to your side of the story and dismiss the case. Defense of a third-party is not a defense to DWI.See question
I was pulled over in 2013 got a DUI last time I went to court was July 16th of 2013 never heard anything else about my case. I had a IL license at the time was working in PA and WV when I was pulled over. Currently reside in TX and now 3 years lat...
Do you have any paperwork with the case number on it, and the name of the court in which your case was filed? I would call a clerk in the court where the case was filed, and have them search their records. If that didn't work, I would call the County or District Attorney's office in the county or political sub-division where the case was filed and see if they can help. Finally, check and see if their District Clerk's office has a website that you can search.See question