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Henderson v. State – 12/2/2005Antonio Zynell Henderson appeals the denial of his Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.800 motion to correct his sentence that he alleges is illegal because the sentencing court scored two prior misdemeanor DUI convictions as…. In re Maloney – 12/1/2005Original Proceeding – Judicial Qualification Commission We review the recommendation of the Judicial Qualifications Commission,, that Judge Dennis Maloney be disciplined. Const…. Florida Bar v. Cohen – 11/23/2005Original Proceeding – The Florida Bar The Florida Bar seeks review of a referee’s report recommending a thirty-day suspension, offset by credit for time served pursuant to a criminal incarceration, and a three-year probationary…. Walker v. State – 11/23/2005Before GERSTEN, GREEN, and RAMIREZ, JJ. Lawton Robert Walker appeals an order modifying a condition of probation. Parson pleaded guilty to two counts of DUI causing serious…. Sullivan v. State – 11/10/2005Appellant pled guilty to felony DUI, reserving for appeal the dispositive issue of whether the trial court erred by denying his motion for discharge based on a purported speedy trial violation. The trial court ruled Rodriguez did not violate any civil traffic infraction and his unusual…. State – 6/15/2005In these consolidated petitions for writ of certiorari, we are faced with a constitutional question of whether the use of non-lawyers as hearing officers, in formal hearings pursuant to section 322.2615(6), Florida Statutes, violates…. McBride v. State – 6/15/2005ON REMAND FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA This case is before us on remand from the Florida Supreme Court. Longley was originally placed on probation by Judge Anthony Johnson but Judge Frank Kaney presided over the revocation…. Olguin v. State – 6/1/2005Before LEVY, COPE, and WELLS, JJ. Armando Bahena Olguin appeals from a conviction and sentence for leaving the scene of an accident involving a death claiming insufficiency of the evidence and fundamental error regarding a jury…. [W] Lovelace v. State – 6/1/2005The issue presented by this petition for writ of prohibition is whether a violation of the speedy trial rule for a misdemeanor DUI charge precludes a felony DUI charge based on the same incident and prior DUI convictions. Our inquiry on second-tier certiorari review is…. Proctor v. State – 5/12/2005Pursuant to a plea agreement, appellant was sentenced to 20 months in prison, followed by three years of probation, on charges of fleeing or attempting to elude, leaving the scene of an accident with personal injuries, and misdemeanor…. In re Florida Bar McGraw – 5/12/2005Original Proceeding – The Florida Bar We have for review a referee’s report recommending that Andrew R. McGraw be reinstated to the practice of law in Florida. In sentencing Weaver to death, the trial judge overrode the…. Hernandez v. State – 12/10/2004Epifanio Hernandez pleaded guilty to DUI manslaughter and DUI serious bodily injury in 1990. The State has also…. Nordelus v. State – 12/8/2004Appellant moved for relief under rule 3.850, alleging that his plea to DUI manslaughter and DUI with property damage was involuntary because he was not advised that it would result in his driver’s license being revoked. We reverse, based on double jeopardy, appellant’s conviction of vehicular homicide and remand for the trial court to vacate the conviction and sentence on this…. Sloan v. State – 9/10/2004Joshua David Sloan appeals the final judgment adjudicating him guilty of DUI manslaughter pursuant to section 316.193(3), Florida Statutes. Thereafter he entered into a plea bargain whereby he pled no contest to possession…. State v. Demeniuk – 8/27/2004The State of Florida petitions for a writ of certiorari to quash the order of the circuit court denying the motion of the State for a Frye hearing, and granting the motion of the Respondent, Leslie Demeniuk, a/k/a Leslie Ewing, to…. Pietri v. State – 8/26/2004Rehearing petition filed: 09/10/2004; Rehearing denied: 10/18/2004 An Original Proceeding – Habeas Corpus Norberto Pietri appeals the denial of his motion for post-conviction relief filed pursuant to Florida Rule of…. State – 8/24/2004Petition for Writ of Certiorari – – Original Jurisdiction.
Mississippi DUI Law
Eight one-hundredths percent or more for a person who is above the legal age to purchase alcoholic beverages under state law;. Two one-hundredths percent or more for a person who is below the legal age to purchase alcoholic beverages under state law; or. In addition to the other penalties provided in this section, every person refusing a law enforcement officer’s request to submit to a chemical test of the person’s breath as provided in this chapter, or who was unconscious at the time of a chemical test and refused to consent to the introduction of the results of the test in any prosecution, shall suffer an additional administrative suspension of driving privileges as set forth in Section 63-11-23. b. If the court determines that the person violated this section by operating a vehicle when under the influence of a substance other than alcohol that has impaired the person’s ability to operate a motor vehicle, including any drug or controlled substance which is unlawful to possess under the Mississippi Controlled Substances Law, the person must submit to a one-hundred-twenty-day period of a nonadjudication program that includes court-ordered drug testing at the person’s own expense not less often than every thirty days, during which time the person may drive if compliant with the terms of the program, or suffer a one-hundred-twenty-day suspension of the person’s regular driver’s license, during which time the person will not operate any vehicle. A person shall be disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle for life if the person uses a motor vehicle in the commission of any offense under state or federal law that is punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year involving the manufacture, distribution, or dispensing of a regulated drug, or possession with intent to manufacture, distribute, or dispense a regulated drug and for which the person was convicted. A person who is disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle shall surrender the person’s Mississippi commercial driver’s license no later than the effective date of the disqualification. A person’s privilege to operate a commercial motor vehicle in the State of Mississippi shall be suspended for three years if the person is convicted of violating subsection of this section, and the violation occurred while the person was transporting a hazardous material required to be placarded. A person’s privilege to operate a commercial motor vehicle in the State of Mississippi shall be suspended for life if the person is convicted a second time of violating subsection of this section, and both convictions arise out of separate occurrences. A person’s privilege to operate a commercial motor vehicle in the State of Mississippi shall be suspended for sixty days if the person is convicted of two serious traffic violations, or for one hundred twenty days if the person is convicted of three serious traffic violations, arising from separate incidents occurring within a three-year period. A person’s privilege to operate a commercial motor vehicle in the State of Mississippi shall be suspended for life if the person uses a commercial motor vehicle in the commission of any offense under state or federal law that is punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year, involving the manufacture, distribution, or dispensing of a regulated drug, or possession with intent to manufacture, distribute, or dispense a regulated drug, and for which the person was convicted.