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New Tough Texas Driving Laws Increases Driving Record Searches At 4SafeDrivers.com

Cartersville, Ga (PRWEB) April 10, 2013

Texas has always been known as a no-nonsense state and this same rule of thumb also applies to their driving laws. With annual surcharges being applied to individuals with certain offenses on their driving records, more people are determined to maintain error-free DMV reports in an effort to avoid these charges. As a result of this increasing demand, more users are turning to 4SafeDrivers.com to avoid the penalties of tough Texas driving laws.

4SafeDrivers.com is an innovative and user-friendly online service that allows individuals to search for their driving records in just a split second. These driving record searches which were previously only available to employers and individuals willing to wait in long DMV lines are done quickly and accurately, giving more people the opportunity to see what information is contained in their MVR reports.

Some of Texass new driving laws including the Driver Responsibility Program has made it incredibly important to understand whats contained on your driving records, says Jeffrey Kellner, founder of 4SafeDrivers.com. Otherwise, you could end up paying hundreds even thousands of dollars in surcharges as a result of certain driving offenses.

Introduced back in 2003, the Driver Responsibility Program is a controversial Texas law that requires drivers convicted of certain charges to pay large penalties every year. While the law is currently under fire (a recent bill sought to repeal the law back in November 2012), the Driver Responsibility Program looks to remain, as it has generated almost $ 1 billion dollars for the states emergency services.

The new Driver Responsibility Program was designed to discourage reckless driving. Drivers with six points on their licenses (usually a result of moving violations) will be charged an additional $ 100 for license renewals each year. That fee increases by $ 25 for each additional point. These fees must be paid every year for as long as the points remain on a persons drivers license.

To avoid being penalized, it pays for drivers to understand how many points currently exist on their licenses. Thats why the demand for 4SafeDrivers.com has increased, as more Texas drivers are determined to avoid the expensive surcharges brought on by excessive moving violations.

Knowledge is power, Kellner points out. By using 4SafeDrivers.com to understand whats already on your Texas driving record, you can take certain steps to avoid paying penalties as a result of excessive violations.

About 4SafeDrivers.com

4SafeDrivers.com is not just another resource for purchasing DMV records online. We enable you to order you a driving record, look up additional premium resources on our site, and obtain employee screening and drug screening solutions at a reasonable rate. 4SafeDrivers.com wants to help you with any resources you may need contact us if you need more information about our convenient products or services.







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Dmv.us.org Review: The Value of a Good Driving Record

Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 12, 2012

Having a good driving license record is important, especially in today’s economy. It can save motorists thousands of dollars per year on car insurance. Dmv.us.org, one of the leading expert sites on driving record reports, recommends keeping a clean record to save money on traffic tickets. A bad record can also effect other insurance policies such as life and health insurance.

With car insurance costs averaging $ 1,500 to $ 2,000 per year (according to the estimates and prices website CostOwl.com), everyday drivers need to save as much money as they can by being aware of their driving record in order to prevent higher premiums in case of an accident.

Dmv.us.org experts suggest that a good driver is considered someone who has no more than one point violation in a three year period. One point on a driver’s license could mean a minor traffic violation like speeding or stopping at a stop sign. Major violations, like a DUI, can be two or three points on a drivers license.

When a driving record goes over more than point, premiums can shoot to as much as 20 percent more per year. Many insurance providers who offer low rates will not insure drivers with multiple violations.

The best way to maintain a great driving record is to obey traffic laws and drive defensively to help avoid car accidents. If a motorist ends up getting a speeding ticket or other moving violation, its best to try and take defensive driving to help remove the point (or points) from the record. This may cost the driver money upfront but it will save cash in the long run by reducing the points on the license for lower insurance costs.

Dmv.us.org offers driver record services for motorists to check up on their driving history if they are unsure of how many points are on their license. Dmv.us.org driving record reviews also provide peace of mind when applying to a different car insurance company or just by plain knowing a driver’s history.

About Dmv.us.org:

The Dmv.us.org driving records search provides instant information that details a person’s driving history of violations, suspension and more. With thousands of satisfied customers, Dmv.us.org is a trusted source for driving record reports. Dmv.us.org customer service can be reached through a 24/7 online chat, toll free number 1-877-888-0889, or via email at josh(at)dmvinfo1(dot)com.







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Does Fighting a Restraining Order Go on Your Permanent Criminal Record?

Does Fighting a Restraining Order Go on Your Permanent Criminal Record?

Article by Adam J. Jenkins

Does Fighting a Restraining Order Go on Your Permanent Criminal Record? – Law – National, State, Local

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This topic is one of the things which worries fathers who are fighting a restraining order during a divorce – and quite rightly too. Unfortunately during some custody battles, your ex’s lawyer will advise her to file a bogus allegation of abuse to justify filing a restraining order complaint… which also means the access to see your kids is immediately withdrawn in 99% of cases.

As if that situation isn’t worrying enough, the sad fact is that if the order becomes permanent, it will be marked in your permanent criminal record.

Basically, unless you can stop the “ex parte” (temporary) order becoming permanent, areas of your life that you haven’t even dreamed of will be affected by this little black marker against your name. That’s why fighting a restraining order during divorce is so important, and not just for the sake of your children.

To file the order against you, it will have been lodged in your home state. If it is granted permanently, its conditions are enforceable nationally. There are no exceptions, because order enforcement is covered under the US Constitution’s ‘Full Faith and Credit Clause’.

The next stage is when the law agency in your home state make the order live on the national law enforcement database, the National Crime Information Center registry (NCIC). The NCIC is a national electronic database which is accessible to all American law enforcement agencies.

You may be wondering what the implications are of failing to win a dismissal when you’re fighting a restraining order. After all, if it’s just a marker on a computer database, fighting the restraining order might not be too important, right? Wrong – that’s a dangerous way of thinking. Sure, your custody battle is extremely important. Your divorce process should be a priority, to make sure you don’t end up homeless and bankrupt.

But getting the restraining order should be a starting point for those battles to be won. Apart from swamping you in paperwork and adding an extra layer of complication to the legal process, having a restraining order against your name has wide-reaching implications.

Firstly, you will experience extra checks at customs when you fly. You will not be allowed to own or be near any firearms or “other hazardous materials” (and if you work in security or trucking, that means goodbye to your job). You will live with being accused of violating the restraining order at any time – which, if your ex is spiteful enough to file an order in the first place, should be expected.

Finally, any employers who conduct a criminal background check will see the report with the flag against your name, but not the details of the case – and it’s a standard procedure now to make this check on your criminal record before offering you a job. Employers will often not bother querying the facts around the case when they see your report, and you won’t get a chance to explain that your vindictive ex filed a bogus restraining order abuse allegation in order to win custody of your kids.

Because of all of that, it’s vitally important that you get the restraining order rescinded as soon as possible. Thousands of fathers are succeeding every week on this, and you can be one of them.

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Adam J. Jenkins runs the Fighting A Restraining Order website, which aims to show fathers how to win a custody battle during the divorce process.

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Colorado Traffic Fatalities Reach Five Year Record High; Denver Car Accident Lawyer Analyzes Statistics

Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 30, 2012

Earlier this year, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) released preliminary findings of their annual first quarter highway and traffic fatality statistics, showing a 19 percent increase in traffic fatalities from Jan.1 through Apr. 30, 2012.The CDOT report shows a total of 127 traffic deaths in the first quarter this year compared to the 103 traffic deaths during the same time period in 2011.

If this trend in traffic fatalities continues throughout 2012, the increase in this year’s total traffic fatalities will break a four-year consecutive decrease in lowering traffic deaths in Colorado. Law enforcement and safety officials throughout the state are concerned about the findings and are forcefully taking action.

Two programs have been launched recently to help offset the daunting statistics. Colorado auto accident attorney, Jennifer Donaldson, explains, “According to the 2011 CDOT crash statistics, last year 41 percent of Colorado’s motor vehicle fatalities involved alcohol-related crashes and 60 percent of vehicle occupants killed were not buckled up. Colorado police have teamed up with CDOT to strictly enforce safety initiatives that aim to counteract the two greatest contributors to traffic deaths in Colorado: not wearing a seatbelt and drunk driving accidents.”

Colorado’s impaired driving program, called the “100 Days of Heat,” runs simultaneously with the national DUI campaign, “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” Over 90 law enforcement agencies and the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) plan to increase DUI patrols between Friday, August 17 and Tuesday, September 4. At least ten sobriety checkpoints will be situated throughout the state.

“The ‘100 Days of Heat’ DUI crackdown is the most intensive DUI enforcement of the summer,” says Denver DUI accident lawyer Jennifer Donaldson. “Officials are expected to continue high DUI enforcement through Labor Day weekend and will also be on the lookout for unbuckled drivers and passengers.”

According to the CDOT website, since the campaign launched Memorial Weekend, Colorado law enforcement agencies have made over 1,301 DUI arrests. This year’s aggressive seatbelt enforcement stemmed from last year’s increase in the number people killed in traffic crashes without seatbelts, which was the first increase in a decade. During the 2012 national “Click It or Ticket” campaign, which lasted from May 21 to June 3, law enforcement agencies across the state issued an astonishing 8,777 seat belt citations to drivers.

“To our public servants, getting drivers and passengers to buckle up is the most effective way to save lives and prevent car accident injuries.” Jennifer Donaldson continues, “DUI related accidents and not wearing your seatbelt can result in personal injuries with tremendous costs such as wage loss from inability to work, mounting hospital bills and other damages. If you think about it, a ticket is a small price to pay to avoid even greater losses such as these.”

Jennifer Donaldson of The Law Office of Jennifer L. Donaldson has over twenty years experience as a Denver personal injury lawyer. She represents individuals suffering from serious injuries due to DUI related accidents, 18-wheeler accidents, motorcycle accidents, bus accidents and other car and commercial truck accidents throughout Denver and the surrounding areas such as Aurora, Englewood, Lakewood, Glendale, Commerce City, Westminster, Thorton, Berkley and more.







New Website Layout Helps Michigan Criminal Defense Clients Find Information and Legal Assistance in Record Time

East Lansing, Michigan (PRWEB) July 31, 2012

The launch of a new website template, offering visitors increased readability and the ease of access they need for their Michigan criminal defense case, is just the first step in A. Scott Grabel & Associates’ plans to overhaul all of their websites for their client’s ease of use. Along with their main site, Mr. Grabel has found that his clients find the firm’s specific websites on sex crimes and driver’s license restoration particularly helpful. In the near future these sites will also be converted to the new template. “I wanted to make sure that our website conveys the passion that we have for our clients and our ability to think outside the box when it comes to criminal defense,” said Mr. Grabel, “Our firm has evolved over the years, and I felt it was time to update our websites.”

Prior to now, the most recent changes to the main website were made in 2009. The new template changed the body text from white on black to black on gray, allowing visitors to the site to be able to read the content more easily and for a longer period of time. Large buttons with coordinating pictures are now listed on the left-hand side of the screen. This allows for easy navigation from the homepage to the specific topic that the reader is interested in. The website’s content is being revised and added to so visitors can get thorough information on their legal issues. As always, A. Scott Grabel & Associates still offers free telephone consultations 24/7, should visitors have specific questions about their legal case or information they read on the website.

A. Scott Grabel & Associates is a criminal defense law firm practicing throughout the state of Michigan. With over 100 years of combined experience, their attorneys have successfully defended clients charged with sex crimes, DUI/DWI, domestic violence, drug crimes, white-collar crimes, theft/burglary, murder, homicide, and juvenile crimes. The firm also handles driver’s license restorations and the appeal of all criminal convictions.

For more information on Scott Grabel and A. Scott Grabel & Associates, visit their website or call 1-800-342-7896.







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Can you get a “clean” driving record in a different state?

Question by Kernanv: Can you get a “clean” driving record in a different state?
I got a dui and i was wondering if a moved to a different state if I could bend the rules and somehow get a drivers license issued by the state. Is state to state communication good with that sort of thing? I mean how to illegal immergrants get a license? Because I know that they do. Thanks

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Answer by Ahh_Sweet_Boredom
They have a very good interstate database for DUI offenses, so I think you’re out of luck.

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RightChange Debuts New Video Ad Campaign Showcasing Obama’s Record In a Dos Equis Style Parody

Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 19, 2012

The first episode of a video ad campaign, The Most Arrogant Man in the World, was launched today on the Internet, highlighting Obamas leadership style over the course of his Presidency. The Most Arrogant Man in the World preview can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aqxl9qiFonc&feature=player_embedded.

The campaign will include social media components, a large Facebook ad buy, Google ads, YouTube, Display ads and some cable ads. This will be part of a $ 8-10M social media campaign that rightchange.com will be running in key swing states for the 2012 cycle.

From his acceptance of the Nobel Peace Prize to his criticism of the role of the Supreme Court of the United States, The Most Arrogant Man in the World offers a look at the most memorable moments in which President Obama showed his ego.

Each The Most Arrogant Man in the World episode runs one to two minutes in length and will be produced as events of the day dictate. The series not only recounts the various events occurring throughout Obamas Presidency, but also provides these compilations in a satirical fashion.

The episodes are produced by RightChange.com, an organization founded in August 2008 that is committed to supporting policies and candidates dedicated to fiscal responsibility and a strong national security for the United States, while upholding the principles of freedom, competitiveness and entrepreneurial spirit of the American people.

Right Change thought it was necessary to compile the most memorable moments where Obama has let his ego shine, said Steve Sanford, executive producer of Right Change. We wanted to present these unforgettable moments to people in an entertaining way that will inform independent and conservative voters what they should expect of our current and future leaders.

The Most Arrogant Man in the World, is timely to the American public given the fact that Obama has decided to bypass the Constitution to nullify our immigration laws by providing amnesty for some illegal immigrants. Some Republicans had already begun working on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration plan that is now rendered null and void by President Obama. Obama said he would have immigration reform completed in the first 100 days of his Presidency and bypassing Congress during an election year to pass his version of an immigration policy appears to be a power grabbing political move, said Sanford. RightChange will be releasing more episodes in the coming weeks explaining how President Obamas record on the economy and foreign policy.

The video is also available for embed via vimeo and youtube:

https://vimeo.com/43437847

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aqxl9qiFonc&feature=player_embedded

To view other videos produced by Right Change visit http://www.rightchange.com/vids for more details.

Sanford continued: RightChange.com has built a powerful technology platform, assembled a super-creative group of content producers and has rapidly grown to more than 2,396,000 active Facebook followers in just a few months.

About RightChange.com, Inc.

Founded in August 2008, RightChange.com, Inc., is committed to supporting policies and candidates dedicated to fiscal responsibility and a strong national security for the United States, while upholding the principles of freedom, competitiveness and entrepreneurial spirit of the American people.

RightChange is a new generation of conservative film, Hollywood, TV and technology professionals who are bringing a new approach to a predictable political methodology. Operating as both a 527 and a 501(c)4 organization, RightChange is illustrating just how significant and effective the use of cutting edge video content blended with social media web platforms, can penetrate voters with targeted and cost-effective relevant messaging. We use animation and non-traditional production techniques to provide independent and conservative voters with something more than the traditional political sound bite that is sometimes ignored.

RightChange.com, Inc. will continue to produce videos that engage the American people on the government agenda that is affecting key policy issues facing the entire country moving into and throughout the 2012 Presidential cycle.

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How do I apply for a “waiver of exclusion” needed to enter Canada with a DUI on my record?

Question by Hansel: How do I apply for a “waiver of exclusion” needed to enter Canada with a DUI on my record?
I have a vacation scheduled to Canada at the end of the month, but I have heard that Canada doesn’t let tourists enter with a DUI on their record. I found a loophole called a “waiver of exclusion”, but I have no idea how to apply for it. I have tried calling several different consulate general offices, but they just transfer me to a recording that gives information about their website. Does anyone know how to speak directly with a consulate general, or if there is another way to apply for this?
I forgot to mention that the DUI was only a few months ago, so I have not yet reached the five-year waiting period required to apply for rehabilitation. At this point, my only option is to apply for the “Waiver of Exclusion”, but I am having trouble finding how to apply for this.

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Answer by Yak Rider
The Canadian embassy’s web site has all the information you need.

Rehabilitation for persons who are inadmissible to Canada because of past criminal activity (IMM 5312)

Overcoming criminal inadmissibility

A. Convictions/offences outside Canada

If you were convicted of or committed a criminal offence outside Canada, you may overcome this criminal inadmissibility

* by applying for rehabilitation, or
* you may be deemed to have been rehabilitated if at least ten years have passed since you completed the sentence imposed upon you, or since you committed the offence, if the offence is one that would, in Canada, be an indictable offence punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of less than ten years.

If the offence is one that would, in Canada, be prosecuted summarily and if you were convicted for two (2) or more such offences, that period is at least five (5) years after the sentences imposed were served or to be served.

read the rest at the link… http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/guides/5312E3.asp

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Q&A: I am looking to buying a dvd recorder but am concerned about what i can record?

Question by jeff m: I am looking to buying a dvd recorder but am concerned about what i can record?
Will I be able to record tv shows like “the office” or is there some sort of copyright law that won’t allow me to?

Best answer:

Answer by mguardian_north
Yes, those shows will record just fine. Your DVD recorder might refuse to record premium channels and pay per view but it’ll record everything else.

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