For an underage, a DWAI was harder to get. Make it simple and check with the clerk of the Court as to the disposition of your case.
Joseph A. Lo Piccolo, Esq.
Immediate Past President, Criminal Courts Bar Association 11'-12'
Hession Bekoff & Lo Piccolo
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Garden City, NY 11530
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Call the court and find out what you were convicted of. or call the attorney that represented you. No one here can give you an answer.
Order a certificate of disposition to determine the first case. Normal deals from 10 years ago but different from current deals.
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Go/call the court and ask.
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Call the court and they will be happy (or unhappy) to help you out. If you just plead guilty make then, you may be able to come back with a attorney now and reopen the case.
This is not legal advice. If order to give you legal advice i would need to see the Tickets and talk to the court first. Good luck:)
You cannot call the court, they will not give out that information over the phone. Your lawyer shouldn't be bothered to look up a 10 year old file for free, and they only keep files for 7 years mostly as that is who long the bar association makes them keep them. You can go to the clerk of the court and get a Certificate of Disposition or ask her to look it up and tell you if you do not need the proof in writing.
This information should be on your Abstract of Driving Record (i.e. driving history). You can get it by going down to your local DMV. It usually costs about $11.00.
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