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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and DUI / DWI for California on
Q: What is it called the conversation of police and dispatch and the time line of conversation? How do I get that? Thanks
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Thomas M. Fleming
answered on Nov 5, 2022

This is called a dispatch recording and dispatch log (written). If you have a criminal case, the easiest way is to ask your attorney to request it from the District Attorney as part of case discovery.

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2 Answers | Asked in DUI / DWI for California on
Q: I just recently got released from jail but im trying to get my license now but on the court paper they misspelled myname
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answered on Oct 26, 2022

I don't know the charges or facts in your case but often an officer misspelling your name on a form has nothing to do with how DMV spells your name. Go to DMV, see if your name is spelled correctly and try to obtain your license if possible. Good luck!

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Q: if the mother of the pedestrian 1 takes pictures in the hospital and provides them via email can they used them

as evidenced against driver 1 with out pedestrians 1 consent or knowledge pedestrian 1 never gave his statement or talked to anybody about the accident.

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answered on Oct 14, 2022

The short answer is sure, if she or someone authenticates the photos, and it is used in a DUI criminal case. If you are the accused, you should get an attorney and consult with the attorney about this. I wish you the very best.

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Q: Been inquiring about the ability to reopen a case I plead guilty to 5 years ago. I was not11 guilty. Advised by P defend

to avoid a trial. Prison if lost trial. Agreed to 3rd felony DUI. TMI. Issue. I wasn't pulled over. Not driving when arrested for DUI. DUI last Friday night. SO GUT SICK MAD SAD... Any suggestions or advice Thank yyou so much.

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answered on Sep 27, 2022

I'm sorry you've going through all this. Since the public defender represented you, start there and ask another attorney to take a second look at this. If you received ineffective assistance of counsel, for example, then you may be entitled to a new trial. If that is the case, however,... Read more »

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Q: If I bring my prescription into court on my court date will the judge verify that it is actually mine

Or will they just visually see that it has my name and information on it and if it is expired medication yet still mine I am able to possess that still correct.

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answered on Sep 24, 2022

I’m not sure why you want to bring in prescription medication into court but I will presume it is to provide evidence of legal possession (versus illegal possession) of a drug. This can be a very perilous act, and can backfire in many different ways. Please first consult with your lawyer (or if... Read more »

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