This is my second dwi conviction. I will have all requirements fulfilled and released from probation on 8-2-15. If I have flown under the surcharge radar somehow I have no ethical qualms about not being required to pay the fees. One other concern I have is possibly tipping "them" off when I call dps to inquire about having my sr22 requirement terminated.
Yes, there's a statute of limitations but you'd need a criminal defense attorney to search your record. Sometimes charges are filed and you don't even know about it.
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You will need a criminal defense attorney to search your record.
Your best course of action contact a local attorney, either by email or phone, who will protect you and your rights.
The best way to do this is by clicking on the find a lawyer tab on AVVO. Then find one that will offer a free consultation. This benefits you in two way, first and foremost you need to find an attorney who fits well with you and secondly to make sure that they are skilled enough to take on your case. The best case scenario is that you get your questions answered and you get a powerful attorney to help you if you need one.
It might be easier for you to go on to the DPS website online services and check
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