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What'S The Difference Between Driving Under The Influence (Dui) And Driving While Intoxicated (Dwi)?
The right answer
DWI- Driving While Intoxicated
DUI- Driving Under the Influence
There is NO difference between the two. Roughly 40 states in the U.S. enforce a DUI (driving under the influence) as the offense. The other ten states enforce DWI (such as Missouri, Texas, New York, Minnesota, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New Hampshire, all DWI States, NOT DUI).
There are also other states that classify the offense as DWAI, OUI, DUII, OWI
DWAI (Colorado, which also enforces the DUI)
OWI (Indiana, Michigan)
You can't be charged with a DUI or DWI in these states, other then Colorado which enforces two of them.
So, it completely depends on which state you get pulled over in. Driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be giving to a driver, whether he has been drinking, or on any type of mind altering drug (including certain prescriptions). Although each state has different penalties for the offense, they are considered the same in the national database.
I Need An Employment Lawyers Advice Here In Houston Texas Asap Need Help... Any Suggestions?
Money Was Stolen From My Office Which I Did Not Take!! Now They Want Me To Take A Polygraph Test Monday I Have No Problem Taking One Since I Did Nothing Wrong. But I Think They Are Going To Fire Me Anyway So Why Should I Take A Polygraph. If I Dont They Say I Have To Pay For It. This Could Ruin My Career! All My Employees And The Whole Company Knows About This And Think Im Thief. When They Fire Me They Will Really Think That I Stole The Money. I Need A Lawyers Advice. Please
You do not need a lawyers advice . . . at least, not yet.
You didn't say what your position is,
whether your company is or works for a government facility,
or how much money is missing,
or whether anyone else at your place of business is taking the test,
or even if it's the first time you've been accused of any crime at work,
and many other questions,
any one of which would make a huge difference
in the responses you get.
However, generally speaking,
polygraph testing is expensive, and not for casual use,
say, for determining whether a burger flipper took $10 out of the register.
If you have a low-level position and the amount was under $1,000,
it is highly unlikely that any employer would bother with a polygraph.
But, if you're in charge of your company's retirement funds,
then, obviously, that's a very different matter.
Either way, most employers would simply call the police.
But, if the employer truly wants you to take a polygraph,
then, by US Federal law (assuming, of course, that you are working in the US),
they must present you with documentation explaining the procedure
and your legal rights BEFORE the polygraph is given.
Regardless, you're already convinced that your reputation is ruined,
which will make it difficult for you to interact with your colleagues,
so, do yourself a favor, and leave before it is made into a federal case,
that, no matter the outcome, you will not end up "winning"
(note that if you leave, voluntarily, even if no polygraph is given,
you probably will not be able to collect unemployment,
unless you can convince your local agency that you were under duress,
which will require a lot of proof).
Central Legal Services?
I Suddenly Got A Voice Mail Call Today From Out Of The Blue From Someone With Central Legal Services (Based In Florida Judging From The Area Code) On My Cell Phone Claiming That There Was A Complaint Filed Against Me.This Person Confirmed My Full Name And Stated That It Would Be Prudent For Me To Call Them Back, Pending A Court Action. At First I Thought It Was Bill Collector, But She Went On To Say It Was Related To A Harassment Complaint. My Reaction Was Wtf? I Have Not Dated Anyone In A Quite A While (Years Actually) In Or Outside My Workplace, So I Can'T Imagine Who It Could Be, And When I Did Call This &Quot;Law Firm&Quot; Back I Was Greeted By A Robotic Operator Asking Me To Wait For The Next Available Representative. I Felt Like I Was Calling A Online Shopping Company. The Line Put Me On Hold For 5 Minutes Untill It Kicked Me Into A Voice Mail Box For Me To Leave A Message. My Question Is This: Does Anyone Know Who This Central Legal Services Is? Their Phone Number Indicates They Are In Florida, But I Can'T Find Anything About Them On The Internet. Also I Live In California, So Why Would Anyone Use A Florida Firm To Contact Me? Also I Have Other Phone Lines, Including A Land Line, But I Have Not Received A Call From Them On These. Am I Being Scammed? If Someone Knows Anything, I Would Appreciate It. Thanks.
Do not call them back. Wait till you get a phone call where you can personally talk to them to find out what this is all about. I did google search and see many that appear to be pro bono lawyers or legal services in several states.
It could be that you are not the person they are looking for, but someone else with the same name. When/if you talk to them, ask them what info they have;
ie; name, address, phone, date of birth, ss #
Do not, do not give this info to them. If this is a harassment complaint, you need to know the person who has filed this against you, when/where etc. If they refuse to give you this info, then hang up.
If indeed there is such a harassment complaint, they need to either file a complaint in court so that you can then hire a lawyer to protect your rights. It could be a bill collector that is using this ruse to get you interested by "alleging" harassment vs calling on an old unpaid debt you owe. Or it could be that they have called 12 people with your name in hopes of finding the real person they are looking for and have found them, so will never call back.
Should I Use The Local Military Lawyer For Divorce (Free Service For Military Members)?
From My Limited Understanding Of Military Jag Officers, They Probably Do Not Specialize In Any One Area. I'M Wondering How Much Help They Would Be For A Divorce. Anyone Use A Military Lawyer For Such Purposes, And How Did That Work Out For You?
The free service for military members is limited to issues that result from your being in the military. That means they'll help you write a will before a deployment and they'll serve as your defense in a court martial.
For a divorce, they'll have nothing to do with it. You need to hire a lawyer of your own.
Was The Miranda V Arizona Supreme Court Case A Criminal Or A Civil Law Case?
I Understand That He Was Arrested For Rape, But After He Was Tried And Found Guilty Of The Crime He Was Retried Due To The Fact That He Did Not Know His Rights. Going To The Supreme Court, His Lawyers Argued That There Should Be A Way For Him To Have Known His Rights. Was This Case A Continuation Of The Criminal Trial Or Was It A Civil Trial Due To The Fact That It Was Arguing His Rights Were Violated?
This was not a separate civil trial, it was the appeal of the criminal conviction. It was a criminal case.
A girl was missing and the police decided Miranda had killed her. They picked him up and drove around with him in the car questioning him, till he said he wanted a lawyer. After he said that they continued to talk about how the family needed to know if she was dead, till he took them to where the body was.
He was taken to trial, and convicted of the murder. On appeal the issue was the violation of the right to an attorney. The appeal went to the US Supreme Court, along with some other cases, less well known, and we ended up with a judicial mandate for the police to inform people that they have certain rights, and a rule that the confession will not be admissible if the cops violate them.
A really really bad guy got a conviction overturned because the cops forgot there is a constitution.
I foresee similar instances as a result of the present administration's refusal to recognize our constitutional rights.
How Often Can The Same Attorney Firm Garnish My Wages?
My Wages Are Being Garnished By The Same Attorney Firm I Once Paid For An Old Credit Card Debt. I Have Other Past Due Credit Card Debt That I'M Not Able To Pay Off. I Am Afraid This Company Will Also Garnish Me For Those Debts, Are They Allowed To Do So?
There is a link below referring to James Martinez who speaks about debt and he has suggestions with his radio show on how to get out of debt and also some understandings on why one is there in the first place. The other posting (answer) here was excellent ~ in that any legal firm holding a judgment to garnishee wages can continue to do so until the debt is retired.
All the best to you in this.