Had dui.13 yrs.ago.fl.done my 15 days jail.my att.and po.screwed me over.i would like to takecare of this misdemeaner..have proof on po.violation.
I understand you would like to "take care of" your 13-year-old case because your "att. and po. screwed" you over. I do not understand what you have proof of. That you did not violate probation, or that your lawyer and PO screwed up? Generally speaking, it is too late to return to criminal court for relief from the conviction and sentence. However, you should consult with a post-conviction or perhaps an administrative law lawyer to determine whether there is anything you can do. Good luck.
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What are you trying to accomplish with a delegation of authority order?
I suppose that this has something to do with DMV because it surely won't effect your 17 y/o criminal court conviction (not withstanding your "proof on po.violation"... whatever that means).
Having no idea what you are asking / seeking I cannot offer you any advise.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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Unless you want to waste your time and money, you have no options concerning your 13 year old violation of probation on an underlying DUI. I hope you find my answer to your question helpful.
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