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What Is a Retention Hearing?
What Is a Retention Hearing?

When the county seizes a vehicle as a result of a misdemeanor DWI , the law requires that there be a retention hearing with 15 days of the arrest. In this hearing, a judge determines whether the vehicle can be retained by the county until the criminal case is resolved. If ...

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Blog posts in July, 2015

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  • Can I Handle My Vehicle Forfeiture on My Own?

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