Got arrested April 17,2022 for a DUI with a .08. No DMV hearing yet, court date August 9, 2022 I am a licensed Life and Health agent, and it Looks like one of my health insurance carriers that I write busines with says my CA resident license is not active and suspended. Can they do this?? is this... Read more »
I am unfamiliar with the California Resident License, that being said, the issuing agency may have authority to withdraw or suspend the license when a licensee is arrested. You should contact the licensing agency and ask about the process to get reinstated.
completed alcohol classes there. now 11 years later CA has suspened my license for that 2011 dui, claiming its been suspended for 11 years! retro deated. Ive lived in other states and had licenses and moved back to CA in those 11 years and currenly have a valid CA license. i need help
You probably received the DUI on your CA license in another state, that state finally reported the conviction to CA, CA updated it's records and has suspended you effective to the date when you were convicted. You probably do not have a valid license at this time, you will probably have to...Read more »
It means that on one warrant she can post bail, on the other she must appear in court before bail will be considered. You should contact a local lawyer to discuss the cases and possibly appear and argue for bail in the "no bail" case.
My brother was caught in a situation where he was then involved in the investigation. Before the cops had came he had already pulled over at a gas station and was parked. The cops then came and did their questioning. When they pulled him up into the system they saw he had a suspended license &... Read more »
I feel they were in the wrong ( i explained all this in my first question....
The thing is my DUI will be 10 years old this June 2022 ... And i went to the court and DUI liaison for my options but got the run around and i eventually just forget about rectifying it but i now have come in to... Read more »
Unfortunately, the DMV requires you to enroll and complete a 3 months DUI program (AB541) in order to get your license back. You can request from the court that they let you re-enroll into the program so you don't have to start all over but if 10 years has passed, I'm affraid they might...Read more »
I was visiting family in Oregon and Saturday night (April 9) I was pulled over and received a dui but I live in California and can’t travel back and forward. My court date was set for June 6, 2022 and I want to know if my case can be transferred to my county.
No, you can't transfer the prosecution to a venue that is more convenient for you. You will need to either retain a lawyer or appear at your arraignment on June 6. At that appearance, your lawyer will appear on your behalf or, assuming you are there, you may have a public defender appointed...Read more »
I didn't miss more than 5 , times i did miss class was due to work , which i did provide the requested proof (timecards via fax) had only 2 more classes until completion. Do i need to just make up my last 2 classes or will I need to do another entire 3 month program again? And where can I find... Read more »
You should check with the program directly regarding admissions and attendance policies, they should be able to show you the regulations applicable to your situation, they also should explain the reinstatement process. Often, once a student has been expelled from the program they have to return to...Read more »
If the driver passed drug and alcohol testing, the prosecutor may not have had sufficient evidence to successfully prosecute a DUI manslaughter case beyond a reasonable doubt so settled on a plea bargain to get a lesser criminal conviction (reckless driving).
I live in Orange County California and was sentenced to 60 days jail for a DUI charges. I got accepted to a house arrest program and was supposed to prebook a few days ago. I was feeling kind of sick but I went anyways, at the jail I got tested for covid and told to go home and so need to... Read more »
You can either hire an attorney or call the PD that represented you and ask them to add it back on at the courthouse. Show the judge your COVID test or let them know the jail sent you home for COVID. The Judge will most likely give you a new turn in date. Or you could go do this yourself but be...Read more »
It is a two part process but fortunately the form includes this language: 8. Petitioner requests that the eligible felony offenses listed above be reduced to misdemeanors under Penal Code section 17(b)
and eligible misdemeanor offenses be reduced to infractions under Penal Code section...Read more »
I have no other tickets, problems with the law and no driving restrains currently. I have been working for this company for 3 years and they decided to give me the chance to use a company car instead of using my own for work related drives.
Pulled over, detained, and gave two BAC’s. Was .29, cops let me call my mother and she picked me up. Took license and gave me the 30 day slip. That was February 19, 2021. Fast forward, still no court date, still nothing. My boyfriend did the legwork and was able to find me the resources to get my... Read more »
The good news, if there is any, is that you are really close to the Statute of Limitations running (assuming this is a first offense without and accident causing injury). In a misdemeanor prosecution, the prosecution has 1 year from the offense date to file charges, once the filing deadline has...Read more »
From what it sounds to me is they keep giving my brother the run around. my brother hasn’t been able to talk to his public attorney or hasn’t seen one. He set bail last week but haven’t released him, he just sitting there waiting to hear something from someone. Is this legal?
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