Will a drug arrest from 20 years ago affect getting a liquor license in Illinois?
The real question should be: Were you convicted? Being arrested is one thing, going to court and being tried and convicted is something else. If you were convicted and have not been granted a Pardon, you will most likely be denied that licence, as a felon. Apply for a pardon, as soon as you can. Pardon may not have been the right word. In Illinios, if you are convicted of a felony, you will not be allowed to get a liquor license, period. Even if you go through the long, teadious task of trying to be "granted you rights" (ie. right to vote, right to bear arms), you will not be granted a liquor license. Take care.
Consequences for driving under the influence vary. Depending on age, or the blood alcohol level. mostly 7-month suspension of the license, court fees, fines, and a few classes that you need to take for a DUI. Answer: Besides the penalties awarded by the court there are some complication or after affect of DUI arrest. It can be: You may have to go to jail for some. You may lose your job after DUI arrest. Your…
Yes. If you have a warrant for your arrest you cannot get a new id in any state or country (Improved) I had a multiple warrants out for me in Utah and I got an Arizona state ID just fine. Drivers license on the other hand, is suspended immediately when you have a warrant out, and you can't get it in another state
If you live in California and miss the pay date on a Washington speeding ticket will they track you down and arrest you or suspend your license?
Do you get points on your license as a Pennsylvania resident if you get a speeding ticket in Virginia?
In Georgia is it possible for someone with an outstanding warrant to reinstate their driver's license without being subject to arrest?
Should I pay a VT ticket if my license expires in 2 months anyway and I will be out of the country for at least 12 months AND What if my license expires and I get another in a different state later?
How can an Illinois resident who gets a speeding ticket in Wisconsin accept the 15-day license suspension instead of paying?
They can't. A state cannot suspend a person's license that has been issued in another state. If you don't pay the citation, your ability to drive in WI will be suspended. Furthermore, depending upon the jurisdiction, they may also issue a warrant for your arrest. Then the next time you are stopped in WI, not only do you risk getting a citation for the reason for the stop, but also a citation for operating while…