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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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Broward Judge Convicted Of DUI Fighting For Her Job
 
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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: 139602 CBS Miami
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: 7081 PaceLawFirm
Man convicted of manslaughter in drunk driving case
 
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Ryan Pezzini convicted of manslaughter while drunken driving in Westfield crash.
Views: 1221 MassLive
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: 12180 Leo Reilly
Judge awaits decision following drunk driving conviction
 
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A local Evans judge faces state discipline.
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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: 79298 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: 1515 WACH FOX
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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Drunk driving confession goes viral
 
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A man's confession that he killed a man while drunk driving, and a plea to others, has over 200,000 views on YouTube.
Views: 135833 CNN
What are the most serious consequences of a drunk driving conviction?
 
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https://www.duicentral.com/ Lawrence Taylor, the "Dean of DUI attorneys" and author of the standard textbook in the field, is interviewed at his main offices in Long Beach, California. The Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor is a nationally-recognized DUI law firm defending clients accused of drunk driving exclusively since 1979. For more information about the firm of highly-experienced DUI lawyers, please visit http://www.duicentral.com or call (800) DUI-XPRT. The Law Offices Of Taylor & Taylor is a nationally-recognized DUI law firm defending clients accused of drunk driving exclusively since 1979. For more information about the nationally-recognized firm of DUI lawyers, please visit http://www.duicentral.com or call (800) DUI-XPRT. If you have been arrested for drunk driving anywhere in Southern California and need a free consultation and help with your DUI case, call or stop by one of our convenient locations: Long Beach Kilroy Airport Way Suite 310 Long Beach, California 90806 (562) 989-4774 Los Angeles Camden Business Center 468 N. Camden Drive, 2nd floor Beverly Hills, CA (310) 746-1960 Torrance-South Bay California Bank & Trust 21515 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 200 Torrance, CA 90503 (424) 271-0490 Riverside Office Granville Business Center 3403 Tenth Street, Suite 702 Riverside, CA 92501 (951) 369-4999 Irvine Newport Gateway 19800 MacArthur Blvd., Suite 300 Irvine, CA 92612 (949) 752-1550 Pasadena Century Square 155 N. Lake Avenue, Suite 800 Pasadena, CA 91101 (626) 204-2858
Views: 1685 Lawrence Taylor
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: 3295 PaceLawFirm
What Are the Most Serious Consequences of a Drunk Driving Conviction?
 
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Larry attributes his success in the DUI defense field to years of experience, an understanding of biochemistry, the biology of the eye, how alcohol is processed in the body, the technical basis of breathalyzers, and more - in essence, DUI is an extremely complex area of criminal law. He also discusses what defendants perceive as the most serious consequence of a DUI conviction. (http://www.myDUIattorney.org)
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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: 2858927 WSB-TV
Removing a DUI, DWI, Impaired, Over 80 Criminal Record in Canada
 
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Among the most common convictions in Canada is Drinking and Driving, also known as DUI, DWI, more than 80 mgs of alcohol and a few other terms. There are over 80,000 convictions across the country for this type of offense. When you are caught drinking and driving the consequences can be severe. In this video we’ll discuss all terms that represent drinking and driving convictions in Canada, what are some of the consequences (financial, emotional and other) and how you can get those cleaned from your file. For more information, visit this link: https://www.pardons.org/category/dui/
Views: 3984 Pardons Canada
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: 257371 WLKY News Louisville
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
Views: 8515 WLKY News Louisville
DUI Driver Sentenced In Wrong-Way Crash That Killed Sister, 5 Others
 
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A San Bernardino County woman was sentenced Wednesday to 30 years to life in prison for causing a wrong-way crash that killed six people.
Views: 2232915 CBS Los Angeles
Can I obtain a license in another state after a drunk driving conviction?
 
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Can I obtain a license in another state after a drunk driving conviction? | 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 No, typically, you're not going to be able to get a license in another state if you've got a DUI conviction in Florida, unless and until you satisfy the conditions in Florida that would allow you to get a license. In other words, the states at this point all have general reciprocity with one another, meaning they're all going to cooperate with one another. They're going to share information with one another. License records are electronically maintained and shared amongst the DMVs, so if you have a suspended license in one state, whether it's Florida or otherwise due to a DUI conviction, you're not going to simply be able to move into another state and get a license. They're going to know about the DUI conviction and you're going to do certain things to clear up your license sufficiently that you'll be allowed to get a license in that state. The same thing holds true for Florida. If you got a DUI out of state and you move to Florida, you're also going to have problems getting a license unless and until you address those issues.
Obnoxious Drunk Reacts To News She Just Killed Someone
 
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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.
Views: 141 LegalAnswersOnline
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: 197477 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
How to Avoid a Drunk Driving Conviction
 
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Find out how to keep from being convicted of drunk driving. Top Michigan DUI lawyer Patrick Barone talks about how to avoid a drunk driving conviction.
Views: 625 Patrick Barone
Woman Sentenced In DUI Crash That Killed Woman
 
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8/15 5 pm -- A woman convicted of driving the wrong way on Interstate 25 while drunk and causing a head-on crash that killed a driver has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Amanda Kost reports.
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.
Views: 75837 KSBW Action News 8
Can I have my drunk driving conviction expunged in Ohio?
 
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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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Does a drunk driving conviction in Arkansas affect owning a firearm or my right to carry?
 
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John Collins, Collins Defense Law, (501) 392-5582. Arkansas DUI Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/littlerock/DUI+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/littlerock/About/disclaimer
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If my driver's license is suspended following a drunk driving conviction in Hawaii, how can I get it
 
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Paul Cunney, Law Offices of Paul J. Cunney, - (866) 275-2341. Hawaii DUI Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/hawaii/DUI+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/hawaii/a/d/
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Can a drunk driving conviction in Florida affect my driver's license?
 
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Can a drunk driving conviction in Florida affect my driver's license? | Venessa Bornost, P.A. | Committed to Protecting Your Rights | (727) 330-7800 | http://duiticketdunedin.com/ | 941 Douglass Avenue, Dunedin, Florida 34698 So if you've been arrested for driving under the influence, you would probably wanna consult with an attorney immediately after your arrest, or once you get out of jail. The reason is because there's time limitations as far as how long you can have to drive on your driver's license citation, it's 10 days in Florida, and there's also steps you wanna take to ensure that you could continue driving while your attorney is fighting your case and looking at your DUI case, because there are consequences to your driver's license if you are convicted.
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Watch: Woman convicted of drunk driving last month takes sobriety test
 
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Watch: Woman convicted of drunk driving last month takes sobriety test Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1ipUX3c Get more Cincinnati news: http://wlwt.com Like us: http://facebook.com/wlwt5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLWT Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wlwt
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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.
What are the penalties for a drunk driving conviction in Florida?
 
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What are the penalties for a drunk driving conviction in Florida? | 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 In Florida, if you're convicted of a DUI, the court has to impose certain sanctions. First of all, you're going to be put on probation. Probation's typically going to last for 12 months. While you're on probation, you have to pay cost of supervision for being on probation. That's typically about 50 dollars. The sanctions are going to include a 12 hour DUI counterattack school, which comes along with a alcohol and drug evaluation. If the evaluator deems that you need counseling and treatment, you have to do counseling and treatment or your license will not be maintained. You'll also have to complete a 2 hour victim awareness panel, which is a course sponsored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving. You'll pay a minimum fine of 500 dollars, which can be upwards of 2000 dollars depending on whether or not there was a breath test involved. You'll also have to do 50 hours of community service. Some judges will let you buy that out at a rate of 10 dollars an hour, others will only let you buy out half, but that's an option available to you. You have to have your car impounded, or immobilized for a period of 10 days. You'll lose your license for no less than 6 months and you'll have to complete all of these sanctions and terms during the pendency of your probation. In the event that you successfully complete all of those things and stay out of trouble, it's possible that you might be able to commute your sentence to only 6 months of probation so there is an incentive for you to get all of those sanctions knocked out before the 12 months is up.
Wrong Way Driver Killed In Crash Was Previously Convicted Of Drunk Driving
 
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Police say the driver who caused a deadly crash on I-79 Friday morning in Franklin Park had previously been convicted of drunk driving; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
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What are the penalties for a drunk driving conviction in Florida?
 
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What are the penalties for a drunk driving conviction in Florida? | Ray C. Lopez | Ray C. Lopez, PA | Aggressive Criminal Defense Committed To Your Rights | Free Consultation | 813-221-4455 | http://www.lawonmyside.com/ | http://thetampacriminallawyer.com/ |115 South Albany Ave. Tampa, Florida 33606 | If you're convicted of a DUI in Florida, typically for a first time offender you're going to have to have a minimum $500 fine plus court cost. At least 50 hours of community service. You're going to have to show proof that you've attended the DUI school. Your driver's license is going to be revoked by the court for six months and your vehicle may be subject to being impounded. It's important to contact an attorney to look into your DUI case to see if the state has the evidence to prove it because you may not be subject to all those penalties if the attorney can get the charge reduced to a reckless driving.
Views: 22 Ray C. Lopez, PA
How to avoid a drunk driving conviction
 
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Kirk Piccione of Piccione & Piccione talks about how to avoid a drunk driving conviction in Louisiana. Lawyer up and don’t take the breath test. Criminal law advice from an attorney with over 30 years experience.
Can I have my drunk driving conviction expunged in Florida?
 
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Can I have my drunk driving conviction expunged in Florida? You cannot get a DUI conviction expunged in the state of Florida. When it comes to any criminal offense, there's two ways that are crime can be dealt with. You can receive a withhold of adjudication, which means there's no formal conviction on your record, and then you can be adjudicated guilty, meaning there is a conviction on your record. It's required in the state of Florida that for any DUI conviction, you are adjudicated guilty, and because you're adjudicated guilty of a crime, you're not able to get that expunged from your record in Florida.
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Hearing For Convicted Drunk Driver Who Wanted License Reinstated Canceled
 
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The hearing for a drunk driver who killed a young mother in 2001 has been cancelled.
Views: 63 CBS Boston
Does a drunk driving conviction in Texas affect owning a firearm or my right to carry?
 
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Andrew Del Cueto, LaHood & Del Cueto, http://www.lhdclaw.com - (210) 598-5178. Texas DUI Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/sanantonio/DUI+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/sanantonio/About/disclaimer
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Can I have my drunk driving conviction expunged in Florida?
 
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Can I have my drunk driving conviction expunged in Florida? | William W. “Ty” Tison, III | The Tison Law Group, P.A. | Contact Us | 813-739-1776 | www.TisonLawGroup.com | 9312 N. Armenia Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 | Disclaimer: The referenced question and answer strictly apply to only Florida Case Law and Florida Statutes at the time of filming. No, absolutely not. DUI requires a mandatory adjudication of guilt as part of its sentence, and that excludes you from eligibility for an expungement, so if you are arrested for a DUI, and you're considering trying to get an expungement, do not plea to a DUI.
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First-time DWI conviction has high cost
 
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All told, a first-time DWI conviction could cost between $10,000 and $20,000.
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Can I have my drunk driving conviction expunged in Arizona?
 
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Benjamin Taylor, Law Office Of Benjamin Taylor, http://www.benjamintaylorlaw.com - (602) 235-0889. Arizona DUI Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/phoenix/DUI+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/disclaimer/
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Penalties for DUI in California
 
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More info at http://www.shouselaw.com/drunk-driving-penalties.html What are the penalties and punishment for a DUI conviction in California? A former D.A. (now criminal defense lawyer) explains that penalties / punishment / sentencing for a DUI includes probation, fines, DUI school or classes, a drivers license suspension and sometimes jail time.
What are the penalties for a drunk driving conviction in Florida?
 
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William Kurtz, Law Offices of Ronald Sholes, http://www.youhurtwefight.com - (904) 342-6721. Florida DUI Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/jacksonville/DUI+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/disclaimer/
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Woman Convicted In Wrong-Way Fatal Crash Gets 10 Years
 
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8/15 10 pm -- A woman convicted of driving the wrong way on Interstate 25 while drunk and causing a head-on crash that killed a driver has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Marc Stewart reports.
How to Avoid a Drunk Driving Conviction?
 
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http://waystopreventdrunkdriving.info If you want to learn a lot just check this site.
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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
Views: 176 CJacksonLawTV
What are the penalties for a drunk driving conviction in Florida?
 
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What are the penalties for a drunk driving conviction in Florida? | Dale Carson Law | http://www.dalecarsonlaw.com/ | (904) 355-6777 | 233 E Bay St., #1101, Jacksonville, Florida 32202 The penalties for a drunk driving conviction can vary widely, based on a number of factors, including prior record or lack of prior record, the blood alcohol level of the defendant who is charged with a crime, as well as a number of other considerations, general criminal history, the demeanor of the defendant. There are a whole number of ways that those factors can affect the penalties for a DUI. The standard minimum penalties, which are fairly common for a first DUI in the State of Florida, involve an adjudication of guilt, meaning a criminal conviction. A $500 fine, 50 hours of community service, level one DUI school, a victim impact panel which is a two hour class put on Mothers Against Drunk Driving, a 10 day tag impound requirement, as well as any sort of additional fines and costs that are assessed by the Court.
Views: 28 Dale Carson Law

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