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Most probably yes. You should look at your sentencing sheet to see what it says.
I have no DL and got a DUI for 0.05 or more. The officer violated multiple procedure which makes me feel like I could win. No chemical test rules were read, I asked for clarification and there was none. I did not refuse tests. I showed room where results could be tampered with that caused "probable cause" I was vocal about these issues so they could understand but they did not care. I was hostile in taking the chemical test but proceeded to be "cooperative" when I asked information for clarification he stated I talked to much. - I wanted to know consequences for refusal - Why I was required to take the test - Concerned because I already showed proof that I broke the zero tolerance law but he did not clarify still and simply responded "they will force you if you refuse."
First, you should request the hearing regardless. You have 10 days from the date of arrest to request the hearing, if...
First time offense, no DL, 0.08 when checked in the jail unit, underage DUI. what are the costs associated that I plead guilty and accept the consequences? OR - Should I try to get chemical results to try to reduce to "wet and reckless" - How might a police report help my case and can I attain a copy? - In the case that this might be more beneficial how much would a lawyer be for my case DMV, and DUI?
Why would you plead guilty when you don't have the facts and haven't consulted an attorney yet? Do you have a court...
I was arrested for a DUI in CA in Jan. of 2011. I believe they told me I blew a .16. I went to court, did the community service and alcohol classes. I haven't completely paid off the fine yet. I also had to put an IID in my car. I had only just had the device installed in 2013 and my car broke down in the summer so I never completed the program. In Oct. 2013 I was pulled over on my way to work, driving my cousins truck and the officers said I blew .08. I spent the weekend and an additional 3 days in jail but never made it to court so they released me. I just received a warrant in the mail with a misdemeanor charge "(m) vc14601.1(a)" I looked up the charge and it seems to be just driving on a suspended license. Should I turn myself in? And what type of punishment am I facing?
According to the vehicle code, a first time violation for 14601.1 requires a minimum of 5 days and a maximum of six...
If so, how do I go about it? Do I just ask the judge in court?
Such legally desirous effect should be assessed by an experienced California licensed counsel familiar with local court...
Hired a private attorney, but wish to get a 2nd opinion on the plea bargain offered by the DA. I ask, because I do not feel that my attorney did an adequate job representing me or feel comfortable with my attorney (due to lack of communication). Background: 1. Was pulled over on the freeway for speeding by CHP; 2. Admitted to alcohol consumption, performed FST, and performed on-site PAS (performed 3x, blew ~0.10%); 3. Charged with VC 23152 (A) & (B); 4. Performed blood chemical test, which came back to be 0.10% BAC; 5. Lost DMV APS hearing; 6. Clean criminal/traffic record. Plea bargain was to drop VC 23152 (A) charge, but plead guilty/no contest to VC 23152 (B) charge. Was hoping for a wet reckless. I understand the need to review all the evidence, but any help would be appreciated.
The offer that you describe is neither good nor bad. It is just standard. For a wet reckless to be offered, there...