201312.30
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Can I Be Deported If I Am Convicted Of DUI?

Unfortunately, it is possible that your DUI conviction could result in your deportation or in you becoming ineligible for citizenship in the United States. How it works: Why You Could Be Deported The United States Citizenship and Naturalization Services can have you deported if the crime involved “moral turpitude” or if it was a violent…

201311.19
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MVD points on your driver record

The Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) assesses points against your permanent driving record each time you are convicted of or are found responsible for a moving violation: • DUI (blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher, 0.04% if commercial vehicle): 8 points • Extreme DUI (BAC of 0.15% or higher): 8 points • Reckless driving:…

201310.22
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If I Do Not Have A Job, Am I Eligible For Work Furlough?

Yes. If you are unemployed, but are considered to be employable and have at least 45 days remaining on your sentence, you are eligible for a five (5) day Job Search release. This allows you freedom to search for a job and attend job interviews. Are there any fees? Yes. The initial fee is $125….

201310.20
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Who Decides If I Will Be Removed From the Work Furlough Program?

Prior to being removed from the work furlough program, you are entitled to a hearing before a judge. For example, if the work furlough administrator (typically this is your probation officer) determines that you were in violation of program rules, your probation officer would notify the court and petition the court to have you removed…

201310.17
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Work Furlough: How It Works.

How it works. Once you have been incarcerated, you will attend the work furlough orientation at the jail. If you are approved during that process, you will be released for a very brief period of time, approximately four to eight hours, to obtain your Letter of Understanding from your employer, your $125 money order and…

201310.15
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Work Furlough: Who Gets It?

Who gets it? The sentencing judge must allow for work furlough in the Order of Confinement. Typically, those convicted of misdemeanor DUI are eligible for work release, whereas those convicted of felony DUI may be eligible for work furlough. Individuals are not permitted to participate in the work furlough program until they are approved by…