My husband lived in Massachusetts when he was 21 or so he moved to Utah because thats where his mom and most of his siblings went. He moved to Utah because he got into trouble with the law,he says he had some drugs on him and he had a dui,I'm not sure what else he has on him,however this is like 30+ yrs later and they haven't dropped the charges. He can't get a license here in Utah now because of the charges back east we dont have any cash to send them and I'm not sure what they're gonna do to my husband. I thought their was a statue of limitations on stuff like this. I'm so mad at him for screwing up I mean why didnt he just face the charges and get it over with instead of running it was a dumb move on his part, of course he sees that now that he's older 56 what can I do
Asked by Anonymous at 9:16 AM on Feb. 24, 2011 in Relationships
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Answer by grismelda at 11:35 AM on Feb. 24, 2011
I work with a DUI counselor and thus many courts. No, he needs to call the DOT (Dept. of Transportation) in MA. Tell them that he moved before he was able to get things resolved and ask them what he needs to do. If he did have a drug charge, he needs to call the court where he got arrested. Tell them the same thing. They will tell him what he needs to do to get things resolved. Most states have a statute of limitations. For example, KY and IN, after 5 years, the charges are dropped. However, IL is another story. Good luck.
Answer by krissyvelazquez at 10:52 PM on Feb. 25, 2011
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