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DUI/DWI Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

DUI/DWI Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers
Ask your probation officer how long the probation is for.
Ask your probation officer how long the probation is for.
Not sure where you live but call me if you want to hire an attorney to defend you.
Not sure where you live but call me if you want to hire an attorney to defend you.

I just got a third dui but the first two were in 2001 and 2002

Answered 12 days ago by attorney Jonathan Burton Blecher   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: DUI/DWI
You are facing a minimum of 30 days jail time and a 10 year license revocation. The jail time will go as high as one year, depending on the circumstances of the case. Find a way to retain private counsel, if you can. Good Luck.
You are facing a minimum of 30 days jail time and a 10 year license revocation. The jail time will go as high as one year, depending on the... Read More

is this site a scam

Answered a month ago by attorney Ryan L. Hyde   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: DUI/DWI
Is what site a scam?  LAwyers.com has many lawyers available on it that answer questions.  If you hired an attorney and you are concerned about their status you should look to the Supreme Courts website for the disciplinary board.  It has a registry of all the attorneys in the state and the status of their license.  ... Read More
Is what site a scam?  LAwyers.com has many lawyers available on it that answer questions.  If you hired an attorney and you are concerned... Read More

Will my court summons be tossed out if my last name changed?

Answered 2 months ago by attorney David B. Harrison   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: DUI/DWI
The fact your last name is now different, it will not have any impact on the case. It makes sense to consult a lawyer to get an idea of what your options are, and how the case is likely to go.  If your license was taken from you, and you were given a "Notice of Revocation", you need to request a DMV hearing on the revocation of your license within 7 days of getting this notice.  ... Read More
The fact your last name is now different, it will not have any impact on the case. It makes sense to consult a lawyer to get an idea of what your... Read More

Can I get a dui dismisses for taking a breathalyzer with a bloody mouth?

Answered 2 months ago by attorney Edward J. Dimon   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: DUI/DWI
Our approach would be to work with a DUI expert to set forth the procedural errors and downgrade the charges so that there is no DUI. We would like to discuss our approach with you. Ed Dimon, Esq. 732-797-1609
Our approach would be to work with a DUI expert to set forth the procedural errors and downgrade the charges so that there is no DUI. We would like... Read More
It really depends on the college, but in my experience I have nto seen it result in a person being declined by a college. It is possible they will require an alcohol program by the new student when he gets to college, of course.  
It really depends on the college, but in my experience I have nto seen it result in a person being declined by a college. It is possible they will... Read More
I'm guessing this isn't a serious question, but just for fun I'll answer. No, legally they cannot do that. A police officer can only pull someone over when they have a reasonable suspicion that the person has committed some illegal act.
I'm guessing this isn't a serious question, but just for fun I'll answer. No, legally they cannot do that. A police officer can only pull someone... Read More

How long?

Answered 3 months ago by attorney David B. Harrison   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: DUI/DWI
It really depends on the whether this is a first offense, what county you are in, the judge you are in front of,  how many violations (otehr than missed UAs) there have been, whether you want to try to successfully complete probation or just get the case over with etc.  Without at least knowing whether it is a first offense or not, there is no way to answer this question.  ... Read More
It really depends on the whether this is a first offense, what county you are in, the judge you are in front of,  how many violations (otehr... Read More

What is the common fee for DWI case

Answered 3 months ago by attorney Michael D. Babcock   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: DUI/DWI
It depends on many factors. Including whether you had any priors, the county  you are charged in,  the need for license etc. I suggest you call some local attorneys and speak with them.
It depends on many factors. Including whether you had any priors, the county  you are charged in,  the need for license etc. I suggest you... Read More