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  • DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

    Appeared at court at date and time on cititation, they said citation never filed, check back...? What is the law in this instance?

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    re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

    In Florida, the first call I would make would be to Attorney Tor J. Friedman. DUI Lawyer Tallahassee for DUI questions.

    www.torfriedman.com

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      Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

      Ontario, Canada brags that it has the toughest DUI legislation in North America. The whole approach to this topic is quite complex with several dimensions. I have never had a DUI conviction but when I began to do a cursory search of the topic, I found the issue to be grossly one-sided. With a lot of time on my hands (retirement) I put together a website (www.duicanrevisited.ca) . Most prominently I have an issue with the encouragement to use the Ignition Interlock Device by the Ontario Ministry of Transport, especially in light of new legislation banning the use of handheld devices while driving. I also take exception to the draconian penalties for first time offenders, especially making it a criminal offense. The resulting criminal record has the potential to destroy the lives of young first time offenders who simply fell victim to an indiscretion never to be repeated. There is much more, but beyond the scope of the "quick reply" facility offered here.

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      • #4
        Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

        Originally posted by OneGuy View Post
        Ontario, Canada brags that it has the toughest DUI legislation in North America. The whole approach to this topic is quite complex with several dimensions. I have never had a DUI conviction but when I began to do a cursory search of the topic, I found the issue to be grossly one-sided. With a lot of time on my hands (retirement) I put together a website (www.duicanrevisited.ca) . Most prominently I have an issue with the encouragement to use the Ignition Interlock Device by the Ontario Ministry of Transport, especially in light of new legislation banning the use of handheld devices while driving. I also take exception to the draconian penalties for first time offenders, especially making it a criminal offense. The resulting criminal record has the potential to destroy the lives of young first time offenders who simply fell victim to an indiscretion never to be repeated. There is much more, but beyond the scope of the "quick reply" facility offered here.
        We myself and husband seen your web ,we dont agree with the piterful things you show,we are not sorry for those that cant restraint themself and knowingly do know the LAW is for all.

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        • #5
          Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

          In Florida, the first call I would make would be to Attorney Tor J. Friedman. Tallahassee DUI Lawyer for DUI questions.

          Tallahassee Criminal Defense Attorney Florida DUI Lawyer

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          • #6
            Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

            In Florida if you are arrested for DUI and blow over the legal limit or refuse a lawful breath, blood or urine test your license will be suspended administratively after 10 days. This is unfair because people that have access to money are able to quickly hire an attorney and fight the administrative suspension. A 42 day driving permit can be obtained by filling out a simple form and paying $25. This buys an additional 10 days before the pre-hearing statement is due (some times more depending on how fast the paperwork is processed) to hire an attorney.

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            • #7
              Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

              If you have a DUI case It's never too late to call a lawyer and good lawyer might be able to get the charge reduced from DUI to a Wreckless driving.

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              • #8
                Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

                If that is successful, you could then contact a Florida Record Expungement Lawyer and try to get the arrest sealed or expunged from public records.

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                • #9
                  Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

                  Its true that its never too late to have a DUI lawyer at your side when you have a DUI charge or case.
                  duilawyersnow.org

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                  • #10
                    Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

                    DUI Charges can actually be lowered or dismissed depending on the skill of your DUI Lawyer.

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                    • #11
                      Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

                      Originally posted by cherryhills View Post
                      Policies differ in every state.
                      Here is the policy for DUI in Tallahassee, Florida :

                      How do I reinstate my license after a conviction for Driving Under the Influence (DUI)?

                      1st DUI - 180 days to a 1-year revocation effective on conviction date. Or, first offense DUI with Serious Injury - at least a 3-year revocation. Before expiration of the revocation period, you may apply for a hardship license in the county where you live. DUI School completion and treatment, if referred, is required. You then can apply for a hardship license in any Administrative Reviews Office (see listing "Under Suspension - Need Driver License for Work") where you live. If you wait to reinstate your license until your revocation period ends, proof of enrollment or completion of DUI School and treatment, if referred, is required. Failure to complete the course within 90 days after reinstatement will result in cancellation of your driver license by the department until the course is completed. Failure to complete treatment may result in cancellation of your driver license.
                      At the time of reinstatement, whether for a hardship license or a full license, you must take the required examination, and pay an Administrative fee and revocation reinstatement fee and any license fee required. For a DUI conviction on or prior to October 1, 2007, you must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 10,000 per person and $20,000 per occurrence and $10,000 property damage liability on the arrest date or proof of bodily injury liability coverage and a $15 reinstatement fee will be required. Any DUI conviction after October 1, 2007, must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 100,000 per person, 300,000 per occurrence and 50,000 property damage liability on the arrest date or proof of liability coverage and a reinstatement fee of $150 up to $500, for subsequent violations will be required.

                      2nd DUI - second offense not within 5 years from prior conviction will result in a 180-day to 1-year revocation. You cannot reinstate early for hardship. The full revocation period must be served before requesting driver license reinstatement.

                      The second offense within 5 years from prior conviction will result in at least a 5 year revocation. You may apply for a hardship license at the Administrative Reviews Office after serving one year from effective date of revocation. DUI School, and treatment, if referred, must be completed and you must have a favorable recommendation from the Special Supervision Services Program to be eligible for a hardship license. If given approval to reinstate early for hardship, you must present this approval to the driver license office. You must remain in the Special Supervision Services Program for the duration of the revocation period to retain your hardship license.
                      If you wait to reinstate until after your revocation period ends, proof of enrollment or completion of DUI School, and treatment, if referred, is required. Failure to complete the course within 90 days after reinstatement will result in cancellation of your driver license by the department until the course is completed. Failure to complete treatment may result in cancellation of your driver license.
                      At the time of reinstatement, whether for a hardship license or a full license, you must take the required examination, and pay an Administrative fee and revocation reinstatement fee and any license fee required. For a DUI conviction on or prior to October 1, 2007, you must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 10,000 per person and $20,000 per occurrence and $10,000 property damage liability on the arrest date or proof of bodily injury liability coverage and a $15 reinstatement fee will be required. Any DUI conviction after October 1, 2007, must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 100,000 per person, 300,000 per occurrence and 50,000 property damage liability on the arrest date or proof of liability coverage and a reinstatement fee of $150 up to $500, for subsequent violations will be required.

                      3rd DUI - third offense not within 10 years of second conviction will result in a 180-day to 1-year revocation, unless the last 2 of the convictions fall within 5 years in which case a 5-year revocation will apply. You are not eligible for a hardship license, but must wait out the revocation period.
                      A third offense within 10 years of second conviction will result in a 10-year revocation. You must serve 2 years of this revocation period before being eligible to apply for a hardship license in the Administrative Reviews Office (see listing "Under Suspension - Need Driver License for Work") where you live. You must complete DUI School, and treatment, if referred, and have a favorable recommendation from the Special Supervision Services Program to be eligible for a hardship license. If given approval to reinstate early for hardship, you must present this approval to the driver license office. You must remain in the Special Supervision Services Program for the duration of the revocation period to retain your hardship license.

                      If you wait to reinstate until after your revocation period ends, proof of enrollment or completion of DUI School, and treatment, if referred, is required. Failure to complete the course within 90 days after reinstatement will result in cancellation of your driver license by the department until the course is completed. Failure to complete treatment may result in cancellation of your driver license.
                      At the time of reinstatement, whether for a hardship license or a full license, you must take the required examination, and pay an Administrative fee and revocation reinstatement fee and any license fee required. For a DUI conviction on or prior to October 1, 2007, you must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 10,000 per person and $20,000 per occurrence and $10,000 property damage liability on the arrest date or proof of bodily injury liability coverage and a $15 reinstatement fee will be required. Any DUI conviction after October 1, 2007, must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 100,000 per person, 300,000 per occurrence and 50,000 property damage liability on the arrest date or proof of liability coverage and a reinstatement fee of $150 up to $500, for subsequent violations will be required.

                      4th DUI or Subsequent DUI Conviction - You must serve 10 years of this revocation period before being eligible to apply for a hardship license in the Administrative Reviews Office (see listing "Under Suspension - Need Driver License for Work") where you live. You must complete DUI School, and treatment, if referred, and have a favorable recommendation from the Special Supervision Services Program to be eligible for a hardship license. If given approval to reinstate early for hardship, you must present this approval to the driver license office. You must remain in the Special Supervision Services Program to retain your hardship license.

                      At the time of reinstatement you must take the required examination, and pay an Administrative fee and revocation reinstatement fee and any license fee required. For a DUI conviction on or prior to October 1, 2007, you must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 10,000 per person and $20,000 per occurrence and $10,000 property damage liability on the arrest date or pay a $15 reinstatement fee. Any DUI conviction after October 1, 2007, must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 100,000 per person, 300,000 per occurrence and 50,000 property damage liability on the arrest date or pay a fee of $150 up to $500.

                      DUI Manslaughter (single conviction) will result in a permanent revocation. You must wait 5 years before being eligible to apply for a hardship license in the Administrative Reviews Office (see listing "Under Suspension - Need Driver License for Work") where you live. You must complete DUI School, and treatment, if referred, and have a favorable recommendation from the Special Supervision Services Program to be eligible for a hardship license. If given approval to reinstate for a hardship license, you must present this approval to the driver license office; pay an Administrative fee and revocation reinstatement fee and any license fee required. For a DUI conviction on or prior to October 1, 2007, you must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 10,000 per person and $20,000 per occurrence and $10,000 property damage liability insurance on the date of arrest or proof of liability coverage and a $15 reinstatement fee will be required. Any DUI conviction after October 1, 2007, must provide proof of bodily injury liability insurance in the amount of 100,000 per person, 300,000 per occurrence and 50,000 property damage liability on the arrest date or proof of liability coverage and a reinstatement fee of $150 up to $500, for subsequent violations will be required. You must remain in the Special Supervision Services Program for the duration of the revocation period to retain your hardship license.

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                      • #12
                        Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

                        What is the name of that form?

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                        • #13
                          Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

                          My advice would be is to find a local DUI attorney to get you out of the mess you are in. Just make sure that the firm is very reliable and has a very good track record of solving DUI cases.

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                          • #14
                            Re: DUI Charge - DUI Lawyer Tallahassee, FL

                            Originally posted by myronmessinger View Post
                            ...has a very good track record of solving DUI cases.
                            Uh, what is there to "solve"? Is this a mystery novel?

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