Can you be extradited for a DUI?
If the DUI is a misdemeanor DUI probably not. If the offense is a felony DUI you can be extradited from all 50 states including canada which has a agreement with the United States to extradite you back.
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Good question, if it was a felony DUI it seems a little more likely. Misdemeanors aren't usually a crime that you can get extradited for. Read More
If you are awaiting trial for a DUI in philadelphia and decide to run to seattle to avoid the charges will you be extradited back to philadelphia if ever arrested for anything once living in seattle?
Yes and technically you don't have to commit a crime in Seattle to be extradited back but, they wouldn't waist there time looking for you unless it was a felony level DUI Read More
Extradition is not typical for misdemeanors, but if Tennessee wants you to serve time in the Volunteer State they will probably try to have you extradited. The laws from state to state are very similar. So they can have you extradited, but it may not be worth it to them to do so. Read More
There are NO U.S. states or possessions from which you cannot be extradited. Read More
Yes you can; it is usually enough to have an arrest warrant issued to be extradited. Read More
Yes, in both instances: you can be extradited from Mexico to the United States and vice-versa. Read More
If the state that issued the DUI warrant has confirmed to AZ that they WILL extradite you, then the process will take as long as it takes. There are legal as well as administrative requirements that must be met in oirder to legally move you from one state to another and it takes time. If you have not heard anything in 30 days, file a Writ iof Habeus Corpus to see what the status of… Read More
Yes you will see a judge before your extradited. Read More
Yes, provided all of the usual conditions are met people are regularly extradited from Northern Ireland to the Republic of Ireland Read More
Hello, I have a 3rd DU in CAI. I paid the price for the first 2. I am now living in South America for work. If I enter the USA in MIA, will I be held, if so, for how long? OR will I be extradited to the most broke Stae in the USA? Thank you, S Read More
A person extradited from a foreign country can be tried only on the offense for which he or she was extradited?
They may be extradited to answer for a specific crime, but once they have been extradited they are subject tot he laws of the land they are in. An extradition is sometimes done with stipualtions limiting the charges and/or the possible sentences, however the is little the extraditing country can do if the receiving country decides to ignore such an agreement once they have the offender. However this is not often done as it might… Read More
Dui lawyers have different ways of defending their clients that have received a dui. One is to question how the police first suspected the client to of a dui. Read More
It is always a possibility, but kind of unlikely. The thing you REALLY need to check on is your driving privileges! Just from your question I'd make a pretty safe guess that currently your drivers license is suspended or revoked by AZ. Revoked in one state means revoked in ALL states. Read More
The short and simple answer is yes, you can be extradited - HOWEVER in most cases you are jailed in your local area for up to a year. Read More
Legally, a non felon can be extradited from Montana to Oregon for a misdemeanor. However, they usually do not do so, because it is not a serious crime. Read More
You can be extradited, but whether or not you will be is a matter between the law enforcement agencies and how intent they are on prosecuting you. Read More
They will find you and have you extradited eventually. Extradited = shipped back to the state or in some cases, the country where the crime was committed for sentencing. Read More
Is there a waiver that states that the accused will return to the state of the crime on their own and not be extradited?
No. There is no option to return "on your own." Only two choices - agree to be extradited - or fight extraditon. Read More
A DUI is not a felony until the third offense. Below is an article on felony DUI. Read More
yes.. a minor can get a DUI at .02 bac if your underage you can get a DUI at any bac. Read More
As in any state in the union, there are extradition laws in Idaho and you can be extradited from Idaho to any state. You can also be extradited to Idaho from any state. Read More
Whether you'll be extradited from Utah for an Oregon class C felony warrant depends on whether the state wants to pay for it or not Read More
It is impossible to say whether a particular state will choose to extradite you or not, there are simply too many variables - all US states and territories honor each other's requests for extradition - there are no 'safe-haven' states - usually it depends on the offense and the seriousness of it - most states will USUALLY extradite for felony offenses. Read More
IT is mandatory to attend DUI school any time you receive a DUI. If you receive a second DUI you will most likely have other requirements to complete which will be set by the court. Even if you attend DUI school you still run the risk of losing your driver's license. Read More
if i get a first DUI in Kentucky does it count as a a first DUI in Michigan where i live Read More
In many states a DUI is a misdemeanor until the third offense at which time it become a "felony DUI." There are other factors that can make a DUI a felony as well such as if a death occurred in conjunction with the DUI. The article below talks about the specifics of the law. Read More
no you can not only from the united states Read More
If you are unfortunate to need a DUI attorney in the Orange County area, there is a wealth of choice. Among some of the options are: Orange County DUI Attorney, Top Gun DUI, DUI Queen and Porro Law. Read More
I didnt get arrested but its says i have a DUI Read More
Yes, you can be extradited from Arkansas to Louisiana. This will depend on the type of warrant that one is being charged on as to extradition process. It is best to contact the local police station for the best information. Read More