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What Happens On A First Offense Dwi In The State Of North Carolina?
Could The Charge Be Dismissed Just Because Of A Having A Good Criminal Record Prior To The Offense?
Help, I'M Scared, I Know I Made A Bad Choice,,,But Trust Me I Learned My Lesson...It'S Shameful Because The Troopers Got Me At A Road Check...Where Alll Of My Co-Workers And Friends Could See Me Handcuffed....I Wasn'T The Only One Taken In That Night..
Level 5 DWI.
1). License suspended for a year.
2). Fines up to $1000 but usually a couple hundred dollars plus court cost.
3). 30 days in jail suspended with 24 hours community service or 24 hours of confinement in jail.
4). You will have to take an alcohol assessment and follow any treatment program recommended following the assessment. You will have to pay for this too.
5). You will have to pay for a vehicle interlock system to be installed in your vehicle if you blew a 0.16 or higher. This is a small breath test instrument you will have to blow into in order to drive your car.
6). If you are caught driving a motor vehicle under the influence while your license is suspended for this DWI your car will be seized and auctioned off. The proceeds will go to the school system.
7). Unless you refused you will be eligible for limited driving privilege.
I think those are the highlights of a Level 5 DWI (first offense). I might of forgot one but that should be pretty accurate. The charge will not be thrown out because of your prior good behavior. NC takes DWI very seriously and will prosecute you for it. Sorry if your friends watched you get handcuffed but you probably should have caught a ride with one of them (if they did not get arrested they were probably sober). It's not the Trooper's fault, he's just doing his job.
Talk to a lawyer.
Oh yes, your insurance is going to go through the roof. Even if you beat the charge your insurance company is going to jack up the cost because they will see the 30 day suspension on your driving record (for failing the Intoxilyzer when you got arrested) next time they check your record. They will consider you a greater risk.
What Is A Law Firm Called Munger Tulsen & Knos Or Something That Sounds Like That?
Its A Law Firm In La
I Think Its Runned By A Man Named O'Maley
I Think It Has To Do With Real Estate
You're close -- the firm is Munger, Tolles & Olson. Here's their website: http://mto.com/home_main.cfm
They do Real Estate work, and also Bankruptcy, Corporate, Environmental, Labor, Litigation, and Tax.
They are extremely prestigious and, according to Vault (a publication about law firms), one of the hardest places in the country to get a job (it's not enough to go to go a top school and have good grades -- they want a good personality and love Rhodes Scholars and Supreme Court clerks).
Let me know if you have other questions about them; I have two friends who work for them and I also interviewed to work there.
What Are The Most Top Paid Careers Besides Physicians And Lawyers?
I Am 15 And Want To Know Which Field To Take So What Are The Most Top Paid Careers Besides Physicians And Lawyers.That Make At Least 85,000 A Year Plus Yearly Bonuses.
CEO, their basic salary isn't that top notched but their bonuses are very big. Pharmacists are also in the high, and plus their job is very easy, basically they just double check what their assistant does. Surgeons are very high paid as well, because their work has lots of liability on it.
What Can I Expect From A Child Custody Case?
Pleaseee, I Need Some Help, I Need To Know What To Expect From My Upcoming Child Custody Case For My Daughter.
A Little History, My Ex-Boyfriend, Who I Never Married Is Taking Me To Court To Have Timesharing And Shared Parental Rights For My Daughter. My Daughter Is 4 Years Old, Barely Knows Her Father As He Is In And Out Of Her Life. At This Time, She Does Not Want To Go With Her Father When I Tell Her She Has To Go Visit Him. I Have An Injuction Against Him Because He Threatened Against My Life. He Pays Minimum Child Support. He Recently Married, But Had A Domestic Violence Episode In His Home Between His New Wife And Himself. He Is Asking Again, For Shared Custody And Timesharing For Holidays, Alternate Weekends, Days In The Week, And Vacation Time. I Am Scared For My Child'S Safety In This Man'S House, And For My Daughter'S Emotional And Psychological Well-Being. He Lives With His Wife And Her Daughter, Not His Daughter.
What Are My Chances In Court??? I Want Him To Have Supervised Visits At First, And Then A Gradual Increase To Ease The Transition When She Spends Full Weekends With Him.
Please Please Give Me Your Best Advice,
its different for everyone. soundos like your going to do ok because of the injunction and the domestic viloence with the new partner if it is on record.
anything not on record will be considered a he she said kind of deal that is how my modification went. its really hard to say. in oregon they are very wierd about very wierd things.
I will tell you this, be honest in everything you say if you are ever caught in alie your done.
I refused to accuse my ex of child molestation so i got fried in court..
as far as visitation goes no way to say either way. if you have the domestic thing on record your good. I have found in my case the courts are very supportive of fathers who expunge their criminal records.
I actually just hired a lawyer today to do a change of circumstance and im a wreck.
I also have no idea what will happen. what scares me is that if a judge is in a bad mood i could lose custody of my son.
my ex got married and took me too court and part of the custody thing is this thing where you go play with your child in front of someone who observes you for like a half hour and decides what kind of parent you are. here you also have to do a class for divorcing parents dont know if you have that where you are.
the whole thing makes no sense and seems to be designed to pretty much oppress women.
the only good advice i could give really is prepare for the worst and hope for the best. wish you the best of luck. hang in there
Unusual Scenario Involving Juvenile Law...?
Here'S The Hypothetical I'M Pondering:
Let'S Say An Arrest Warrant Is Issued For A Minor. It'S Not For A Felony Offense. It'S For A Status Offense Or, At Worst, For An Offense That Would Be A Misdemeanor Regardless Of One'S Age. Now Let'S Suppose That The Youth Has Run Away And Is No Longer Within The Relevant Jurisdiction. He/She May Have Left The State Even. The Kid Somehow Manages To Survive On The Street For A Couple Years And Is Now An Adult. Here'S My Question. What Happens To The Warrant? Is It Now Null And Void? Would The Warrant Stay Active? If So, What Would Most Likely Happen To The Offender If Caught? Obviously They Can Try A Juvenile As An Adult, But Surely They Can'T Try An Adult As A Juvenile? Would The Case Simply Be Thrown Out Once The Defendant Shows Up In Court? What Exactly Would Happen In This Scenario?
I Don'T Know Why I'M Thinking About This. I'M No Longer A Juvenile (Nor Did I Commit Any Crimes As One), So I'M In No Danger Of This Happening To Me. Maybe I'Ve Been Watching Too Many Of These True Crime Shows. Lol!
I do believe, but have been proven wrong on occasion, that what ever the kid did would stay on the records. If somewhere along the way the kid, now an adult, would we'll say apply for a job, this would show up on a back ground check. It's a case that has never been resolved and would still be open.
Had the kid done the right thing at the time of what ever he/she did it most likely could have been resolved at that time. However because it wasn't resolved it will still show up on court records.
I am not an attorney nor law student, therefore this is only my guess or other wise opinion.
What Is The Percentage Of People Applying For Social Security Disability Getting Approved Within The 1St?
6 Months Without Legal Representation?
Your question should be, how many times can you be denied before you get a lawyer. Some people do get approved in a few months. Other people take a few years.