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Convicted DUI driver sentenced to 15 years to life
 
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Alex Rubio was convicted of killing 22-year-old Princess Almonidovar after colliding with her car in the early morning hours of January 3rd 2014. ◂ 23ABC News brings you up to the minute breaking news alerts, weather, traffic as well as live streaming video for Bakersfield, Kern County and all over the world. 23ABC News, KERO, brings you the latest trusted news and information for Bakersfield, California and Kern County. For more download the 23ABC News mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-kero Android: http://bit.ly/kero-android
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Monterey Woman Convicted Of 6 DUI's Sentenced
 
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A Monterey woman who killed a father in a crash while driving under the influence learned she's going to prison for 15 years to life.
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Woman Convicted In Fatal DUI Seeks Shock Probation
 
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A woman 10 months' into a 10-year prison sentence is asking for early release. Emily Hall pleaded guilty to manslaughter after an alcohol-related crash that killed a man on the Watterson Expressway in 2007.
Views: 252867 WLKY News Louisville
Drunk driver sentenced to 50 years in crash that killed two kids
 
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Jorge Solis, 21, was sentenced to 50 years in prison for a drunk driving crash on I-75 that killed three, including two children. Kaybrin Osborne, 8, Halle Young, 7, and Clayton Flood, 3, were traveling to Florida with Mike Osborne of Benton, IL, and Mike Furlow of Royalton, IL, on Father's Day last year when they were hit by a truck. Flood was paralyzed.
Views: 2395337 WSB-TV
First Offense DUI Penalties
 
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This video describes the typical penalties you would be sentenced to if convicted of a first offense DUI in California.
Views: 9452 Leo Reilly
Judge Sentences Driver To 5 Years In Prison For Deadly DUI Accident
 
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CBS4's Joan Murray Reports
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Miami Woman Gets 10 Years In Prison For Deadly DUI Crash
 
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Jessica Araujo, now 26, was blind drunk last April when she blew a light in Southwest Miami-Dade and T-boned a Toyota, killing 48-year-old Naji El-Kadi, who was on his way to work.
Views: 108864 CBS Miami
Broward Judge Convicted Of DUI Fighting For Her Job
 
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Drunk driver sentenced in DUI manslaughter case
 
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A man convicted in a DUI manslaughter case was sentenced Wednesday, but the victim's family members say justice was not served. ◂ WPTV NewsChannel 5, Local News Coverage You Can Count On. South Florida, Palm Beach County, Treasure Coast breaking news, weather and traffic. WPTV is South Florida's top-rated television station, covering Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. For more download the WPTV mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-wptv Android: http://bit.ly/wptv-android
Convicted Drunk Driver Sentenced To 18 Years To Life Behind Bars
 
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Kelly Michele Wolfe was sentenced Friday to 18 years to life in prison for killing a 76-year-old woman and injuring her blind grandson on the 4th of July in San Clemente. Michele Gile reports.
Views: 52691 CBS Los Angeles
1 DUI conviction: A lifetime of problems
 
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http://www.midlandsconnect.com/news/story.aspx?id=858409#.URWGY_JhhTg Law enforcement is trying to put the brakes on drunk drivers with awareness campaigns, increased patrols, and help from the courtroom. Judges are seeing dockets decked with DUI's each and every week in Lexington County. Between October 1 of last year and February 7 more than 200 DUI cases were heard in the county's courtrooms.
Views: 1299 WACH FOX
Obnoxious Drunk Reacts To News She Just Killed Someone
 
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Immigration with a DUI (Drunk Driving) Conviction
 
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http://pacelawfirm.com/ Immigration lawyer Andy Semotiuk explains what happens if you have a drunk driving conviction and want to cross the US/Canadian border. This video is not meant as advice for your particular situation. You should always consult legal counsel before making any decisions. Visit Andy's page: http://pacelawfirm.com/team-member/andy-jsemotiuk
Views: 6316 PaceLawFirm
First Offense Super Extreme DUI Penalties
 
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http://smarturl.it/first-super-extreme If you have been arrested for Super Extreme DUI, please call our office immediately at (602) 307-0808. We offer free consultations with a DUI Defense lawyer who will review your case. SUPER EXTREME DWI (A.R.S. §28-1382(D)(1)) Driving with a Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.20% or greater within two hours of driving. The Extreme DWI charge is the same as the DWI charge except it requires the BAC to be .15% or greater The punishment for Extreme DWI is 10 times more jail time than a regular first offense DUI or DWI The Super Extreme DWI charge is the same as the DWI and Extreme DWI charges except it requires the BAC to be .20% or greater The punishment for Super Extreme DWI is 45 times more jail time than a regular first offense DUI or DWI. This is true even if it is your first DUI offense ever! Website: http://dmcantor.com/dui-vehicular-crimes/arizona-extreme-dui-laws-and-penalties/#extreme-laws Blog: http://dmcantor.com/blog/2013/08/27/first-offense-super-extreme-misdemeanor-dui-penalties-in-arizona Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arizonacriminalattorney Twitter: https://twitter.com/cantorlaw Google+: http://goo.gl/lL2QQ
Views: 5825 David Michael Cantor
Border Crossing with a Drunk Driving Conviction
 
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http://pacelawfirm.com/ Immigration lawyer Andy Semotiuk explains what happens if you try to cross the US/Canadian border with a drunk driving conviction on your record.
Views: 3194 PaceLawFirm
Can a DUI get me deported?
 
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Can a DUI conviction trigger immigration consequences such as deportation? In this video, a criminal / immigration lawyer explains. Normally a first or second DUI, or even a DUI with injury, will not create an immigration impact. However, courts have ruled that DUI on a suspended license, DUI of drugs or DUI with a child in the car are "crimes of moral turpitude" and thus do have immigration implications. The possible consequences could include deportation or removal from the United States, denial of reentry, and the inability to naturalize or become a citizen. More info at http://www.shouselaw.com/dui-immigration.html
Teen convicted of DUI shares his story with others
 
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Killed his best friend in a crash in 2012.
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Drunk driver who killed three asks judge to shave sentence
 
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A drunk driver who killed three people says he's not a bad guy. Friday, he asked the judge to rethink his 16-year sentence and go easier on him. - Source: http://krqe.com/2017/05/19/drunk-driver-convicted-in-triple-fatal-crash-is-asking-judge-for-a-break/
Views: 166963 KRQE
Florida DUI Penalties - Florida DUI Laws - Drunk Driving in Florida - Florida DUI Lawyers
 
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http://www.fightyourdui.com - Florida DUI Penalties | DUI Penalties in Florida | Florida DUI Laws | DUI Laws | DUI Penalties | DUI in Florida | Florida DUI The DUI sentences and penalties in Florida for DUI arrests range in their severity depending on the circumstances of your case. A first time DUI arrest carries different sentences than a second DUI. There are many different types of penalties and sentences outside of jail and prison that you need to be aware of. The first thing to recognize about driving under the influence in Florida is that it is considered very serious in this state. DUI penalties in Florida are heavy for anyone who is convicted of DUI, including possible jail, probation, fines, loss of your license and a requirement to attend mandatory DUI school where you will be assessed to see whether you can handle alcohol in the future. The only sure fire way of avoiding getting a DUI charge in Florida if you drive regularly is simple: don't drink and drive. Florida's DUI laws are really quite straightforward. If you are not a minor (under 21) or a commercial driver license holder, you cannot drive with more than a 0.08 blood alcohol level. If you are a minor, you can't drink and drive at all and if you are a CDL holder then the limit is 0.04. The problem is knowing how much alcohol you can drink without going over the limit. It's a hard call and everyone behaves differently even after a single drink. If you are arrested for DUI and you think you have been treated unfairly, then you should contact a Florida DUI lawyer to help you fight your charge. DUI laws in Florida mean that the penalties can be severe if you are convicted. A DUI lawyer in Florida may be able to get your charge dismissed altogether or at least get the penalties reduced. It all depends on how you were arrested and what happened when you were asked to take a blood alcohol test. Don't think that DUI is a minor charge. The prosecution will be out to give you the maximum penalty and you will find that your life will never be the same again. You would probably have been stopped by a police officer and asked to take some tests to see if you were affected by alcohol when driving. The officer can only pull you over if he or she had some reason for suspecting you were DUI. The officer can arrest you for DUI based on these tests and take you to a police station for a blood alcohol test. These tests can often be challenged by your DUI lawyer as they can be suspect or misleading. If you refuse to blow into a breathalyzer or take a blood or urine test, you will almost certainly face a criminal charge separate to the DUI charge itself. Penalties for DUI in Florida depend on many different factors. Was it a first offense or have you been convicted for DUI before? What was the level of alcohol detected by the breathalyzer or other blood alcohol test? Are you an adult or a minor? What sort of license do you hold? Did you cause an accident or injure anybody while DUI? What evidence did the arresting officer have about your field sobriety tests? If this was your first DUI conviction, then you are looking at a fine of between 500 to 1000 dollars and a possible jail sentence of up to 6 months. Your car will be impounded for ten days and you could lose your license for 6 to 12 months as well. Unless you apply for it, there is a minimum period of 30 days in which you will not be able to have a hardship license. A new law brought in this year allows any first offender to apply for a hardship license even if they have refused a breathalyzer test, which may be a relief to you. In addition, there will be court costs to pay. You can usually reduce the period of any suspension by attending DUI school, but in some circumstances (repeat offenses and higher blood alcohol levels) you may have to attend DUI school anyway. All these penalties are ramped up if it is a second or third offense. The fines are higher, the period of jail, if it is imposed on you, will be longer. You will be asked to do probation for longer and your license will be suspended for longer, too. Generally, if you have already been convicted for DUI before, it will be much harder or impossible to get a hardship license. You may have to attend a victim impact panel and have an ignition interlock device fitted to your car even if you are on a restricted license. Florida DUI penalties are some of the harshest in the country but this doesn't mean that when you are arrested for DUI you are automatically guilty. With the help of an experienced DUI lawyer you can fight your charge and get it dropped altogether if the evidence the prosecution puts together is weak. Even if you are convicted, your Florida DUI lawyer may be able to get your penalties reduced or your period of license suspension reduced so that you can get on with your normal life. Youtube Video: http://youtu.be/feOHH1LbRJs Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/1800FIGHTIT
Former DA: What are the penalties for 1st time DUI?
 
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http://www.shouselaw.com/drunk-driving-penalties.html 888.327.4652 What penalties does a 1st time (offense) DUI trigger? A California defense lawyer explains. California DUIs are "priorable" offenses. This means that the punishment increases with each successive drunk driving conviction that takes place within a ten-year period.1 But typically a first offense DUI conviction will trigger penalties of 3 to 5 years of misdemeanor probation, a fine of around $2000, a 3-month alcohol education class (DUI school), a 6-month drivers license suspension, and sometimes the installation of an ignition interlock device (IID). In this video, a former Los Angeles DUI prosecutor explains.
Alleged Former Stripper on the Run After Fatal DUI Conviction Busted - Crime Watch Daily
 
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A fugitive on the run for more than five years after killing someone in a DUI crash. Station partner WBRC has been following the latest in the Kelly Miller case. Check your local listings at CrimeWatchDaily.com.
Views: 68520 True Crime Daily
NY Judge Gets $11,700 Raise After DUI Conviction
 
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NY Judge Gets $11,700 Raise After DUI Conviction A New York judge on probation after being convicted of drunk driving is getting an $11,700 raise despite working just one day in the past 214 days. Rochester City Court Judge Leticia Astacio’s salary will increase from $175,500 to $187,200 because of a scheduled pay raise all city judges in New York state are expected to receive, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reported. The Commission on Legislative, Judicial, and Executive Compensation Board approved the pay raise, which took effect April 1, 13 WHAM reported. ... https://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/news/2018/04/02/leticia-astacio-pay-raise-rochester-city-court-judge/479451002/ http://13wham.com/news/local/after-not-working-213-of-214-days-judge-astacio-receives-pay-raise http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/04/04/judge-receives-11g-raise-despite-missing-over-200-days-work.html http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/04/04/judge-gets-11000-pay-raise-despite-missing-more-than-200-days-of-work/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+breitbart+%28Breitbart+News%29 ===================================================== Voice-over intro courtesy of http://www.tomcupp.com NEW LIVE-CHAT: https://discord.gg/maQQuvp KEEP THIS CHANNEL ALIVE Support this channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Headlines_With_A_Voice LTn3itx8cj3woMTuvyWVYqArpjXjhN7TZH Support this channel with Digital Tip Jar: https://digitaltipjar.com/headlineswithavoice One-time support offerings may be sent to the following email address using PayPal: [email protected]m NOTE: Alternate sites where you may access my daily narrated news are listed below. Thank you, Headlines With A Voice https://www.bitchute.com/channel/headlines-with-a-voice/ https://headlineswithavoice.com ===================================================== The narration of this article does not constitute an endorsement of its contents or point of view, by this channel. Our viewers and subscribers are encouraged to draw their own conclusions. FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 106A-117 of the U.S. Copyright Law.
What happens when you go to court for a DUI?
 
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The DUI process can be confusing and scary if you don't know what to expect. In this video, DUI attorney Joshua Kaizuka explains what happens when you go to court for a DUI charge. To learn more about the Sacramento DUI process, visit http://www.kaizukalaw.com/dui-process/ To learn about what happens during the DUI Arrest, visithttps://youtu.be/E5lZcbqx7kg To learn about what happens after you're arrested for a DUI, visit https://youtu.be/ve0pakAsXBw Transcript We talked about the arrest and we also talked about why it's important to get that DMV hearing and why an attorney's important to get the DMV stuff rolling. Now we're talking about what happens in court and the court process itself. The first court date is what's called an arraignment, and that's when a court proceeding actually formally starts. Now depending on what the reason for the stop was, what your blood alcohol level was, in some counties, it's actually possible to see if the DA's office will not file any charges. Again, that's one of the reasons that you want an attorney. Sometimes on a close call where blood alcohol level's maybe a little lower than a 0.08, in some counties, attorneys have the ability to contact the DA that's reviewing the case and see if they can convince him to not file a case. Let's say that a case is filed. If things have been done properly and you got the DMV hearing set, like I said before, you may know, and probably will know, with the help of your attorney more about the case than the DA. Typically, the first arraignment date, especially if it's a misdemeanor. Attorneys, private attorneys can appear on your behalf and you do not need to be there. If, for some reason, it's a felony case, you do need to be there. A good attorney will tell you whether you need to be there or not. Some possibilities on what happens in court. There's negotiations that can take place. You can ask for, your attorney can ask for more discovery from the DA. If there's something that was not available through the DMV hearing process, and if there's issues as to the legality of the stop or some seizure of the evidence, such as blood or breath or anything else, it's possible to try to file a motion to dismiss for an illegal seizure of evidence, which also includes the reason for the stop. You can discuss that with your lawyer after getting all the evidence. Now if it's a close call, let's say for example your blood alcohol is less than a 0.1, and the stop was lawful and you'd be looking at typically a first time DUI conviction. An attorney has the ability to discuss with a DA a way to maybe mitigate the case. Something that's better than a standard DUI conviction under Vehicle Code Section 23.152. Those things can range from maybe a dry reckless, which is not considered an alcohol-related violation, a wet reckless, which is a compromise. It's still considered an alcohol-related conviction but it's less fines, no jail time, the DUI classes can be less than the standard, which could be three, six, or nine months, and sometimes if you have all your ducks in line, low blood alcohol, there's issues with evidence or whatever, maybe even a dismissal. That's another possibility. In worst case scenarios where there's an impasse, the DA's not willing to negotiate something better, and the evidence you believe you and your attorney believe is not there, you could go to trial. Let's just talk quickly about worst case scenarios. In most counties, on a first time DUI, you get probation, there's a minimum of two days of jail time, which nobody ever goes to jail. Typically, it's work project or home detention or something of that nature on a first time offense. On a second time offense, well, let's go back to the first time offense. Fines can vary by county and, for example, in Sacramento County, it's about $2,500. In Yolo County, it's like $3,100, so they can span somewhere between $2,000 to $3,000 depending on what county you're in. On second DUIs, stakes are higher because minimum jail time is 10 days. Again, depending on the county, you get that conviction in, you can actually do jail time. For example, Placer County is one of the tough counties, depending on your blood alcohol level. Half of that jail time, whatever it may be, has to be done in custody. Having a good attorney that knows what's going on is very helpful and in a future broadcast, I'll probably talk about reasons you really need an attorney if it's an accident or DUI with injury. Connect with us: Law Office of Joshua Kaizuka 2530 J St #320 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 706-0678 http://www.kaizukalaw.com/
Drunk Driving Penalties and Maximum Punishments
 
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1st DUI Penalties - Pennsylvania
 
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http://www.davidmckenzielawfirm.com - DUI Attorney Montgomery County - Montgomery County DUI Attorney - 1st DUI Penalties McKenzie Law Firm, P.C. 1025 Valley Forge Road, #192 Fairview Village, PA 19409 610-680-7842  Attorney David C. McKenzie III began his career prosecuting criminal cases, including DUI. He brings that experience, along with his experience as a tried and true defense attorney, to the client in defense of his or her DUI charges. For benefit of the client, the McKenzie Law Firm, P.C. offers a flat fee arrangement for representation in your Pennsylvania DUI case. This means that no matter the length or complexity of your case you will have no surprise legal fees. A Norristown criminal lawyer can help you with a criminal case in the state of Pennsylvania. An experienced and dedicated criminal defense lawyer can assemble a good defense for you and will try to ensure that the prosecution either has to reduce or drop your charges The sorts of crimes that are punished with stiff penalties include: • DUI • Vehicular manslaughter • Hit and run or Leaving the Scene of an Accident • Assault and Battery • Driving while license is suspended • Robbery and BurglaryMany of these crimes mentioned are in fact a group of related crimes. The penalties attached to any of the individual crimes may vary tremendously because of differences in their severity. A second or third conviction for the same type of crime will also mean much greater potential penalties if a conviction is upheld. Whatever you have been accused of, you must have a good defense as this is the key if you want to ensure that your criminal charges are successfully defended in court. Everybody who is charged of an offense in this country is innocent until proven guilty and is entitled to certain constitutional rights when accused of even a heinous crime.Hiring a dedicated and experienced Norristown criminal attorney will ensure that your version of the events leading up to crime is heard by the prosecution. If an accurate account is not presented then don't expect any sympathy or help from the prosecution. It is their job to prosecute as it shows they are able to handle and punish criminals that are assumed to thrive in our communities. You must hire a Norristown, Pennsylvania criminal attorney the minute you are arrested and not say anything to your arresting police officer. It is your legal right to have a criminal attorney in Norristown by your side. Your arresting officer or any other law enforcement officer present at the police station when you are arrested has the right to take down anything you say in their presence and use it as evidence in court. You may be upset and flustered after the event and say things you might regret. Don't forget that you and your defense lawyer have an attorney-client privilege which does protect you, as anything you say to your lawyer is confidential. You will need to be as honest as you can, as it is far easier to successfully defend honest information. A good defense lawyer in Norristown, Pennsylvania will have the experience to aggressively defend you with good counter arguments and will also skillfully cross examine any witnesses presented by the prosecution.You may think that you can defend yourself. However, hiring a criminal attorney in Norristown will give a far better opportunity to mount a successful defense than if you ever tried to defend yourself. Self defense in a criminal court is much more likely to fail as prosecutors never have the intention of communicating with defendants who intend to represent themselves. If, at the commencement of the trial, you are unable to prove to the judge that you have a basic knowledge of legal skills, then legal counsel will be appointed anyway. It is far better in the first place to hire an experienced Norristown criminal attorney so that you have a strong defense ready for the judge and jury. A Norristown, Pennsylvania criminal defense lawyer has many roles which include: • Working with the prosecution in the negotiation of deals, such as the lowering of penalties and the reducing of charges. • Supporting defendants who might be afraid of the case's outcome • Providing defendants with solid, useful advice regarding the potential outcome of the case if you are proven to be guilty. • Offer advice to you on accepting a plea bargain in return for a reduced sentence • Familiarity and knowledgeable on Pennsylvania's laws and legislation so that nothing gets missed out. • Presenting evidence to help in your defense which may include evidence and witnesses accessed from private investigators. If you, or someone you know, have been arrested for a crime in Norristown, then you shouldn't delay, but hire a Norristown defense attorney immediately. You will need every bit of help you can get to avoid the harsh penalties imposed on those charged with a crime in Pennsylvania. http://youtu.be/HBxfUbbihho.
Views: 1676 David McKenzie
How to enter Canada after a DUI?
 
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There are ways to get permission to enter Canada even after a DUI conviction. In this video, a top California DUI defense lawyer explains that these two processes are called "deemed rehabilitation and individual rehabilitation." If successful, it would allow a United States citizen to enter and travel to Canada in spite of a prior DUI conviction. More info at http://www.shouselaw.com/dui-canada.html
DUI Penalties in Nevada
 
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In Nevada, #DUI or Driving under the influence is technically legal as long as the driver is below the BAC limit. But what are the penalties if you commit #DUI charges such as #felony, #misdemeanor and other offenses that falls under #DUI? Here are the penalties for #DUI charges in Nevada. First DUI Offense Penalties Driving under the influence within the jurisdiction of Las Vegas has equivalent penalties and consequences, even if you are arrested for the first time. Here are the penalties that you might face under a DUI offense. • A jail sentence of 2 days or 48 hours to 6 months at most. The court can also charge 4 days or 96 hours of community service instead of jail sentence. • A minimum of $400 to $1000 of fines and assessments excluding addition fines such as court costs. • You will have to attend in a DUI Nevada School for alcohol awareness and a traffic driving safety program for 8 hours at your own expense which costs $150. • An alcohol treatment program advised by the Nevada’s Health Department may be given to you if you are found to have a blood alcohol content of 0.08 or above. • Suspension of driver’s license for 3 months as advised by the Department of Motor Vehicle. If you are arrested for a BAC of 0.18% or more, additional court penalties may be charged to you such as: • $100 fee for DUI Evaluation or Assessment Program • $40 fee for the Victim Impact Panel • A Breath Interlock Devices should be installed and maintained on your car for 12 to 36 months Second DUI Offense Penalties • A minimum of 10 days to a maximum of 6 months of imprisonment. However, the court can also choose to send the offender in a drug or alcohol treatment center as well as a minimum of 48 continuous hours of house confinement. • A fine with a minimum of $750 to a maximum of $1000 plus court costs. In the event that the offender cannot afford to pay the fine, it can be replaced by a community service but has an exception for the court costs. • Anyone convicted under the law is subject to attend and finish a traffic safety program or also known as the DUI School. For those who have a BAC of .08% or more, additional penalties may be imposed like the following: • $100 will be charged for a DUI assessment program fee • $40 fee for the victim impact panel • Installation and maintenance of a breath interlock device on the car of the offender should be implied for 12 – 36 months • The offender should undergo an extensive counseling for alcohol and drug – related issues as attested by the DUI assessment program Third DUI Offense Penalties Administrative Penalties • Suspension of Driver's license for 3 years with possible eligibility for a restricted license • Suspension of motor vehicle registration • Victim impact panel attendance (MADD lecture) • SR22 Nevada insurance requirement • Installation of the Ignition interlock device for 12 months up to 36 months • Civil penalty of $35 • Rehabilitation program approved by the Health Department of Nevada for a period of 3 years Criminal Penalties • 1 to 6 years in Nevada State Prison • $2,000 to $5,000 fines Felony DUI Charges Penalties While the first and second DUI convictions are misdemeanors, the third DUI is considered as a felony, as well as subsequent ones. A third DUI conviction within 7 years of the first one is a Category B Felony. • Prison term for 1 to 6 years. • $2,000 to $5,000 fine. • Victim Impact Panel • Installation of Breath Interlock Device in your car for 1 to 3 years after your release. • 3-year driver’s license suspension or revocation, 5-day registration suspension • $35 civil penalty fee • Alcohol and drug evaluation Penalties for DUI Causing Injury or Death DUI causing injury or death conviction is a Category B felony. • Prison term of 2 to 20 years. • Fines from $2,000 to $5,000. If the defendant is accused of DUI with death and has 3 previous convictions, the prosecutor will change the charges to Category A Felony of vehicular homicide. Penalty includes a 25-year imprisonment or life sentence, with a chance of parole after 10 years. Atty. Ross Goodman is one of the most sought-after #CriminalDefenseLawyer in Nevada. If you find yourself or a friend facing serious charges in Las Vegas, don't hesitate to contact him at (702) 383 - 5088 Go here for more information about DUI: http://rosscgoodman.com/criminal-defense/dui/ Attorney Ross Goodman Esq. 520 S 4th St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 Phone: (702) 383 – 5088 Fax: (702) 385 – 5088 http://rosscgoodman.com/
Do These 5 Things if Stopped for DUI
 
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"Melissa Lewkowicz is a successful Criminal Defense attorney and Reality TV personality currently starring on the new hit series, "Reasonable Doubt," on Investigation Discovery (ID), where Melissa works with retired homicide detective Chris Anderson, to re-examine real-life murder cases." These are her five things to know if you are ever stopped for a DUI by a police officer. For example, you DO NOT have to take the sobriety test on the side of the road, and you do NOT need to give them any information about what you were doing or where you are coming from or whether or not you have been drinking. You have the right to remain silent .. so use it! DRUNK DRIVING STATISTICS (Credit: http://www.madd.org) -50 to 75 percent of convicted drunk drivers continue to drive on a suspended license. -Every two minutes, a person is injured in a drunk driving crash. -On average, two in three people will be involved in a drunk driving crash in their lifetime. -In 2013, 28.7 million people admitted to driving under the influence of alcohol - that's more than the population of Texas. -The rate of drunk driving is highest among 26 to 29 year olds (20.7 percent). -Every day in America, another 27 people die as a result of drunk driving crashes. -In the United States, the number of drunk driving deaths has been cut in half since MADD was founded in 1980. -An average drunk driver has driven drunk over 80 times before first arrest. -Drunk driving costs each adult in the United States over $500 per year. -Drunk driving costs the United States $132 billion a year.
Views: 275514 Frank Elaridi
Judge: Suspect in deadly Warwick crash had previous DUI conviction
 
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Warwick police are investigating after an 82-year-old Cranston man was killed in the city late Sunday night.
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Probation revoked for woman convicted in fatal drunk driving crash
 
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A Louisville woman who pleaded guilty in a deadly drunk driving crash is heading back to prison. WLKY's Tre Ward has more. Subscribe to WLKY on YouTube for more:http://bit.ly/1e5KyMO Get more Louisville news: http://www.wlky.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wlkynews Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLKY Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wlky
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Should I Lie About My DUI Conviction On A Job Application?
 
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Need your criminal record expunged?? Call DCS Defense at (323) 400-8369 for a free consultation. http://www.dcsdefense.com Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney Damian Siwek explains why it's a really bad idea to lie about a DUI conviction on a job application.
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Can't enter Canada after a DUI conviction?
 
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A DUI lawyer explains the consequences of a DUI in terms of traveling into Canada. Under Canadian law, people can be denied entry into Canada if they have suffered a conviction for an offense that would be a crime in Canada and would be a so-called "indictable offense." This includes DUI. Thus even a simple, misdemeanor, first-time conviction for drunk driving or driving under the influence can get a person batted from Canadian travel. More info at http://www.shouselaw.com/dui-canada.html
How Being An Immigrant With A DUI Conviction  Can Impact  Your Status
 
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Andres Mejer explains how a New Jersey DUI conviction may cause you to be deported. It can also bar you from applying for legal status. Contact Andres Mejer Law today at Toll-Free: 888-695-6169 Phone: 732-962-1805 Visit us at Facebook.com/AndresMejerLaw or visit his website at http://www.andresmejerlaw.com
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How will a DUI affect my car insurance?
 
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A frequently asked question during a Howard County drunk driving consultation is: How will a DUI affect my car insurance? One of the things auto insurance companies use to set a person’s auto insurance rates is their driving record. A person with a good driving record may receive low rates because the insurance company believes they are less likely to cause an accident. A person who has a DUI conviction may be considered more likely to cause an accident. DUI offenders are often quoted higher insurance rates. Will my car insurance change after a DUI conviction? A drunk driving conviction, or probation before judgment, will appear on your Maryland driving record. It is not expungeable either. Meaning, you can’t get it off your record. Once a DUI arrest has been reported, it is inevitable that your insurance company will find out about it. Perhaps, not right away, but definitely when you reapply for insurance. All insurance companies have their own way to calculate premiums. How your insurance company will adjust your premium after a DUI arrest depends on your driving record and claims history with your insurance company. Here’s some good news. Our office rarely hears back from clients after their case is resolved that their insurance premiums are so high that they can no longer afford to drive. So, what should you do if your insurance goes up? What should I do if my auto insurance goes up after my DUI arrest? Automobile insurance is a competitive business. There are many insurance companies competing for your business, even if you have a DUI conviction on your driving record. If you see your insurance rates go up after your DUI arrest, then shop around for other insurance. A simple inquiry online may help you find a cheaper premium. Or, consider working with a local insurance agent. These professionals may have access to better information regarding automobile insurance policies. Additionally, they may be able to recommend ways to decrease your premium like turning your sports car in for a safer vehicle. Consider asking your attorney if they know any good local insurance agents. Schedule a free Maryland DUI consultation today! Contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers today to discuss the possible car insurance outcomes of your DUI arrest. The Law Office of Ross W. Albers is a member of the National College for DUI Defense. Maryland DWI Lawyer Ross W. Albers was selected by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in Criminal Defense: DUI. Contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers today to schedule a free consultation. Evening and weekend appointments are available. Checkout our Maryland DUI Attorney reviews, blogs and videos!
Will I Go To Jail For A Drunk Driving Conviction In Massachusetts?
 
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LegalFaces Directory http://www.legalfaces.com/search/Massachusetts-Criminal-Defense-Altman-and-Altman Altman & Altman, LLP http://www.altmanllp.com/ Call us at (800) 481-6199 Video Transcript: In Massachusetts you could potentially go to jail if convicted for drunk driving. Usually, particularly in the first offense, there's a statutory provision, that would allow for you not going to jail, and not actually getting a guilty conviction. That will depend on the circumstances, your representation as well. But anything after that, you very easily could go to jail. Im Sam Goldberg, lead counsel for criminal defense matters, at Altman and Altman in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I have twenty-five years of experience. If youre in trouble and you need someone in your corner, who cares, and will fight for you, give me a call.
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Penalties for A Fourth DUI Conviction in Virginia
 
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http://fairfax-county-dui-attorney.com Video 6 of 40: This video explains the potential penalties for a conviction for a fourth offense of DUI in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Penalties for a Fourth DUI Conviction in Fairfax County Virginia Depending on your case, a fourth DUI offense within 10 years of the previous 3 can be considered a Class 6 felony. As far as jail is concerned, the minimum sentence is 1 year in the penitentiary or 12 months in jail. A fourth DUI offense is considered a very serious criminal charge and one that should not be taken lightly. It's best to contact a qualified DUI defense attorney to assist you with your case. The minimum fine is $1,000, but this is not taking into account any surcharges, fees or assessments. Your driver's license will be suspended indefinitely and you will be placed on probation for the length of time of your license suspension. After waiting at least 3 years following the date of your conviction, you may be able to request a restoration hearing in order to obtain a restricted license. Even if you do receive a restricted license, you will be required to have an ignition interlock installed in your vehicle at your expense. The professionals at the Boone Beale law firm want to help you with your fourth DUI offense. From having your charges reduced to dismissed, our experienced DUI defense attorneys have successfully represented clients just like you. ============================ Presented by: J. Burkhardt Beale The Law Firm of Boone Beale 10511 Judicial Drive Fairfax, Virginia 22030 http://fairfax-county-dui-attorney.com 703-831-6800 ============================ Video Director / Editor: Frank Felker The Customer Factory 112 S. Columbus Street Alexandria, Virginia 22314 http://TheCustomerFactory.com 703-348-7390 ============================
Views: 281 Frank Felker
What if I Have a Prior DUI Conviction
 
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Patrick Barone, Michigan DUI lawyer, discusses how prior drunk driving offense convictions will impact their case.
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Restricted Driver's License with a DUI conviction in Tennessee
 
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Can you go to and from work on a restricted Driver's License? Yes. Geographic restrictions on a restricted license are gone in Tennessee. UNLESS you are only convicted under the Implied Consent law.
Views: 284 Grover Collins
Penalties for a First Offense DUI in New Jersey
 
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http://bit.ly/12xxDY6 Penalties for drunk driving or DUI in NJ increase with each offense, so it gets worse every time you are convicted. For a first offense, the penalties can depend upon your blood alcohol content (BAC) at the time of the stop, as determined by a breathalyzer.
Views: 2097 Steve Richardson
North Dakota DUI LAW
 
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North Dakota DUI arrests trigger two separate cases: a pre-conviction administrative driver's license suspension, as well as a court case where the North Dakota DUI arrest can result in a North Dakota DUI conviction and the full array of North Dakota drunk driving consequences. If you've been arrested for DUI, drunk driving, or any related North Dakota driving while impaired charge, it is essential that you contact a North Dakota DUI defense lawyer immediately to avoid your license being suspended. Contact a North Dakota DUI LAWS lawyer for a free consultation by calling 1.800.DWI.LAWS. http://www.1800duilaws.com/north-dakota-dui-attorney/
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DWI JUDGE SENT BACK TO JAIL AGAIN CONFRONTS JUDGE-- FULL STORY
 
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Judge Leticia Astacio jailed without bail for allegedly violating probation again
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First Offense DUI Penalties - Regular Misdemeanor | Phoenix DUI Lawyer
 
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http://dmcantor.com/dui-vehicular-crimes/dui-dwi/ David discusses the penalties associated with a first offense regular DUI. It is a misdemeanor for any person in the state of Arizona to have a blood, breath or other bodily substance alcohol concentration of 0.08 or higher within two hours of being in physical control or driving a vehicle. The alcohol concentration maximum is 0.04 if the vehicle requires the driver to hold a commercial driver license. If an individual's alcohol concentration is between 0.05 and 0.08, that fact along with other evidence can be used to convict an individual of driving under the influence, DUI. If you been charged with DUI or DWI in Arizona you are facing Mandatory Jail Time, Fines and Loss of Driving Privileges. An Arizona DUI charge carries strict penalties. You can't afford not to have expert DUI representation with anything less than a proven case track record. Free Consultation Call 24/7: 602-307-0808 Website: http://cantorduilawyers.com/arizona-dui-dwi-penalties Blog: http://dmcantor.com/blog/2013/08/15/arizona-first-offense-regular-dui-misdemeanor-penalties LinkedIn: http://po.st/E3UCaX Avvo: http://po.st/ZHnEAV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arizonacriminalattorney Twitter: https://twitter.com/cantorlaw Google+: http://goo.gl/lL2QQ
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After a DUI conviction-what is on my criminal record-Consequences of a DUI-DUI penalties
 
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After a DUI conviction-what is on my criminal record-Consequences of a DUI-DUI penalties TEAMDUI.com --- 1-844-832-6384 Possible additional jail time beyond what you served after your DUI arrest Suspension of your driver's license or (for out-of-state licensees) the RIGHT to drive After a DUI conviction-what is on my criminal record-Consequences of a DUI-DUI penalties, Because the legislature of each USA jurisdiction writes its own laws about the criminal consequences of a DUI, and the driver's license related DUI penalties, this video cannot cover all details in your state. A typical laundry list of loss of entitlements is as follows: IMMEDIATE CONSEQUENCES OF A DUI ARREST: Towing and impounding of your vehicle Posting bond Possible installation of interlock in some states to be allowed to get out of jail, like TX if prior DWI. Plastic license confiscated by cops in most states. Possible restrictions placed on you by the preliminary hearing court, such as no drinking. IF CONVICTED OF DUI-DWI: Fines, assessments, probation fees and statutory surcharges of thousands of dollars on GA DUI cases Possible total loss of right to drive for some period of time Potential mandatory installation of an ignition interlock lock that won’t allow your car to start Probation – limiting your permitted activities, requiring visits to a court officer, and random testing Minimum, mandatory community service hours typically ranging from 20 to 480 on repeat offenders Assessment for alcohol and drug abuse, followed by DUI classes and possible periodic treatment Permanent criminal record with federal authorities (NCIC) and likely in the state where you are sentenced. MORE about http://www.TEAMDUI.com and Atlanta DUI attorney, Bubba Head: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/109558110515794503492/109558110515794503492/posts GOOGLE PLUS link https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-3M9F9YSfh8XhfbhTKYeHVa60mp_RCaF CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=teamdui JOIN OUR SUBSCRIBERS https://www.facebook.com/TeamDUILeader TEAMDUI Facebook link https://foursquare.com/v/william-c-head-pc-sandy-springs-ga/53849eb3498e1f5b425b2546 FOURSQUARE link https://www.facebook.com/drunkdrivingdefense Drunk Driving Defense Facebook http://www.dui.tv/97consequencesofaduiconviction.pdf 97 Consequences of a DUI Conviction https://plus.google.com/106275297584482287548 Google plus
Views: 595 TeamDUI
If my driver's license is suspended following a drunk driving conviction in Ohio, how can I get it b
 
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Christopher Jackson, The Law Offices of Christopher Jackson, LLC, (513) 318-0840. Ohio DUI Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/cincinnati/DUI+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/cincinnati/About/disclaimer
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If my drivers license is suspended following a drunk driving conviction in Florida, how...
 
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If my drivers license is suspended following a drunk driving conviction in Florida, how can I get it back? | Amir Ladan | The Ladan Law Firm, P.A. | Over 30 Years of Combined Experience | Contact Us | 407-657-1555 | http://www.ladanlaw.com/ | [email protected] | 121 S Orange Ave #1420 Orlando, FL 32801 After a DUI conviction, there are certain preconditions to getting your license reinstated. If the court has ordered a first time suspension, you'll be required to complete the DUI counterattack school before you can apply for your license to be reinstated. That's even after the expiration of that suspension. Say for example, the judge orders that your license be suspended for six months. You can get a hardship license by taking the counterattack school and completing the alcohol and drug evaluation. Once that six months expires, you can then request that your full license be issued or reinstated if you will. As long as you comply with the DUI counterattack school requirements, your license should be able to be fully reinstated after the termination of that period of suspension.
1st Time DUI in California
 
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More info at http://www.shouselaw.com/first-time-dui.html What happens in a 1st time DUI in California? As these criminal defense lawyers explain, typical penalties and punishment for 1st offense DUI include probation, fines, a 3 month DUI school, a 6 month license suspension, and sometimes a short jail sentence. But these penalties can be avoided if you're able to get the 1st time DUI charge reduced or dismissed. By definition, driving under the influence is treated as a 1st offense if you have no prior convictions for DUI or wet reckless in the past 10 years.
Difference between DUI Charge & DUI Conviction
 
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http://www.maryland-dui.com It is not true that because you have been charged with a DUI and provided a breath or blood sample value that is above .08 there is nothing you can do. There are many reasons why people charged with DUI cases don't end up being convicted of DUI.
Can I have my drunk driving conviction expunged in Florida?
 
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Can I have my drunk driving conviction expunged in Florida? | The Skier Law Firm, P.A. | Scott Skier | http://www.skierlawfirm.com/ | (561) 820-1508 | 625 North Flagler Drive, Suite 675, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401 Unfortunately, you cannot have a drunk driving conviction expunged in Florida. In fact, you cannot have any conviction expunged in Florida. Expungement are only available in instances where the underlining offense is dismissed. If the charges were dismissed, than you are eligible for an expungement. However, you are only eligible for one expungement.