Steven McNicholl's answer The DMV is its own separate system from the court and DCSS. You need to contact the DMV to determine the status of your license and reinstate through them. Nothing outside the DMV will automatically reinstate your drivers license.
Steven McNicholl's answer Generally no, when the court enters the terms of the plea agreement into the system, it becomes permanent. There are always exception to the rules, an attorney can go through your specific facts to determine if an exception applies.
Steven McNicholl's answer It will depend on the court. One of two things will happen, the bench warrant will be removed and a date will be set or you will be taken into custody until bail is posted if available to you.
Steven McNicholl's answer Generally the seizure (pulling over) and the search must be valid. Every rule has many exceptions, it would depend on the specific facts of the case to determine if the search was valid.
Steven McNicholl's answer Ultimately it is up to her whether she should fight the case. DWIs can be very fight -able depending on the facts. She should ask her attorney about his reasoning for wishing to plead guilty, there could be a valid reason.
Steven McNicholl's answer It will depend on the amount of damages you wish to claim. In California, if you claim damages of less than $10,000 you will likely be in small claims court. There are attorney's that help with small claims court cases. If you claim an amount greater than that you would need a civil attorney to assist you.
Steven McNicholl's answer In order to properly evict a tenant, typically the three day notice must be properly served prior to pursuing the unlawful detainer. If notice was indeed improper than it will be a defense for the tenant. The case will not be automatically dismissed but it would be an issue at trial.
Steven McNicholl's answer Your claim against the police officers would be a civil claim under injury to person. You must pursue your claim within two years in the State of California. After two years, it will be difficult or impossible to make your claim.
Steven McNicholl's answer By not signing up for the DUI class you are in violation of probation. Many factors will determine if you are taken into custody. It is possible that the District Attorney will reinstate the terms of your probation, meaning the original terms will still be put back in effect. It will largely depend on the facts and circumstances of your case.
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