Q: A relative had DUI about 10+ years ago. Attended AA meeting, however never turned in completion to court.
Applied for AB 60 license and got approved. Now dmv is requesting proof of that but it’s been more than 10 years and there’s no proof of paper trail? A.A. meeting office no longer available What to do next?
contact the lawyer who handles the matter or a new LOCAL criminal /dui lawyer.
there would probably be an outstanding Bench Warrant that they did NOT try to serve.
A: Your only option with the DMV is to redo the program, from start to finish. Otherwise the DMV will never issue you your license back. As for the court, there must be an outstanding warrant for your arrest. You'll need to have that recalled (by yourself or with the help of an attorney).
If your relative is being asked by the DMV to provide proof of completion of the AA meeting requirement for their DUI, but there is no paper trail or documentation available, they may want to consider taking the following steps:
Contact the court: If the DUI case was handled through the court system, your relative may be able to contact the court to obtain records of their case. They can request any documentation related to the DUI case, including any records related to the AA meeting requirement.
Contact the DMV: If the DMV is specifically requesting proof of the AA meeting completion, your relative may be able to speak with a representative from the DMV to explain their situation and ask for guidance on what documentation they can provide. The DMV may be able to provide alternative options for proof, such as obtaining a statement from a sponsor or obtaining a letter from a healthcare provider.
Attend another AA meeting: If it has been many years since the DUI case and there is no paper trail of the previous AA meeting, your relative may consider attending another AA meeting and obtaining a completion certificate. They can then provide this certificate to the DMV as proof of compliance with the AA meeting requirement.
It's important for your relative to take prompt action to address the DMV's request for documentation, as failure to provide the required documentation may result in the suspension or revocation of their driver's license. They may also want to consult with an attorney who specializes in DUI or DMV cases to discuss their legal options and best course of action.
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