Charged with 1st dui and gbi. I have a prior record 1 in 2009 and 1 in 2014 felony cases. The DA has filed a nickle prior do to my prior record. I have never had Dui before
Hire the best, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney you can afford...and quick.
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Had a wet reckless misdemeanor on my license, I want to get it expunged or "set aside". I'm off probation and it was 3+ years ago
PC 1203.4 relief will neither clear your DMV record nor will it effect the 10 year priorability of your conviction in criminal court.See question
I have a similar situation. I was arrested for domestic violence and posted bail through a San Diego based bail bonds company. About 5 days after being bailed out, I received a statement from the San Diego County Sheriff's department notifying m...
Report the attorney to the state bar if you are 100% sure she threatened to have your license suspended solely for not paying the bondsman. That's not true and disgraceful.See question
I handled the DMV hearing on my own. I just found out my license will be suspended beginning mid-May. I am leaving for an internship next week. I am coming back mid-July. I need to drive as soon as I get back. If I get a restricted license in ...
Addressing just the DMV suspension as a result of the lost DMV APS hearing, in which you represented yourself, your license (assuming a first time DUI within 10 years and you are over 21) should be suspended for 4 months....after 30 days of which you would be eligible for a restricted license provided you obtain/maintain SR-22 insurance, pay a $125 reissuance fee to DMV, and show DMV proof of your enrollment in a 3 or 9 month (depending on the BAC level) DUI program.See question
I WAS SENTECED 27 MONTHS IN JAIL FOR CROSSING DRUGS TO THE US. AND I WAS SENTECED TO DO 4 YEAR PROBATION. I VIOLATED MY PROBATION BECAUSE I CAME TO MEXICO WITH OUT MY PO'S PERMISSION . ITS BEEN 2 YEARS SINCE I LEFT THE US, HOW MUCH TIME COULD I GE...
At least 27 months, if not the maximum you could have received for the charge you were convicted of.See question
I was arrested for a first time DUI in March of 2006. The DMV has refused to reissue my license since then, but since DUI only stays on your record for 10 years, would I now be able to have my license reinstated?
DUIs are priorable for 10 years. They ALWAYS stay on your record.See question
Miranda rights are only required to be read if you are subjected to interrogation while in custody.....and the prosecutor wishes to use any incriminating statements made during that time period. The remedy for a Miranda violation is not outright dismissal, but rather that the prosecutor cannot introduce into evidence any statements allegedly made after the time you should have been read your rights.See question
1st I was in a car accident the night of thanksgiving, last year. I was taken in ambulance to the hospital. My BAC was .144% I was the only one in the car and did not hit anyone. The DA decided not to pursue charges. Then 5 months later I have rec...
You can be charged with a misdemeanor DUI within 1 year from the date of incident.....irrespective of whether or not you have other, seemingly unrelated, matters pending in the courts.See question
I got pulled over for I guess speeding but I slowed down as soon as I saw a cops but they still pulled me over, I got charged for DUI, the officer ask me if I was drunk then I said no twice but they were scaring me and so I told them that I had fe...
Lowering your fine should be the least of your concerns if charged with a DUI. .09 is a relatively low blood alcohol content so you might have a strong defense to the charge(s). Retain a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney ASAP and make sure you call to setup your DMV APS hearing within 10 calendar days of your arrest.
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I have been charged with a violation for not transferring my out of state (WA) drivers license over to California (Violation Code: 12500A I). I am currently at the beginning stage of adjusting my immigration status. An employee at the DMV, DID NO...
Guilty with an explanation is still guilty. The good thing is a VC12500 is not a "pointable offense" with DMV. However, the next time you might not be so lucky to get cited for an infraction and could, technically, be charged with a misdemeanor VC12500 offense.
Consider retaining a quality, locally experienced, defense attorney to assist. Good Luck!See question