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My alcoholic neighbor was involved in a "suspected" DUI on 2/4/15. He abandoned his disabled vehicle after driving on the rims because he blew all the tires out hitting curbs along the way. He then attempted to walk home, was confronted by concerned citizens and held down until the police showed up. He appeared to be extremely intoxicated and was slipping in and out of consciousness. The police showed up and arrested him then took him away. One hour later he was back home with a ride from his wife and she said he was not booked or charged with anything. We are confused and outraged by this. I called the police and they would not acknowledge anything happened. (Never mind the path of destruction, helicopter, police, fight, obvious impairment and the fact my home security captured it all)
Only the District Attorney's Office in Fresno can truly answer this question. Sorry.
My case expires on February 17,I have a little over a month to go, I was told to do nothing g and lay low, can please someone be more elaborate and in detail on what I need to do wit the DMV and what I need to do to seal or expunge the arrest? Please advise
You did not pose an immigration related question and I will re-tag for you.
I received my DUI last February, i have been periodically checking every two weeks to see if i have a warrant out. 11 months in, i think it expires on February 17. What do i do after the 17th to ensure that it has been closed? Please advise.
There is no next step. If the case isn't filed within one year of the arrest date, that's it. Nothin to do. Unless...
Child custody, special needs daughter mother filed 7/14 full custody, and ud, pct mother caused dv father filed to mother had lawyer write agreement both signed dropped to mother filed 2 rto first one denied, 2nd 3 days different judge granted move out
The reason your not getting responses is that you posted the question under the practice area ETHICS. I am reposting...
In September 2014 I was arrested for a D.U.I, which happens to be my first. I went to my court date but no charges were filed and The D.A has yet to file any charges. Since my 4 months suspension with the D.M.V is near, I called the D.M.V to find out what I needed to do to reinstate my driver's license. The young woman advised me that I would have to pay a $125 fee and provide a SR-22 certificate. I told her that I have not been convicted. She said that it doesn't matter. I checked with my car insurance and they said that I had to be convicted for them to give me a SR-22. Do I have to pay a $125 fee and provide a SR-22 to the D.M.V even if I haven't been convicted?
It appears you have already made several blunders. Stop playing attorney.
Well the first three happened within 10 yrs. I'm done and have complied with all they had me do. That said, I have no probation or anything. This October I picked up my fourth. Even though my first one no longer counts since it has passed 10 yrs. Is it still possible that I can do prison or even county time? Your feedback would be gladly appreciated. I've been contemplating checking in to rehab but I don't want to eventually do time.thanks!
The 2004, 2007 and 2014 now equal 3 within 10 years. If there were no injuries or deaths than prison time is almost an...
He's not sure if he has license or not, he hasn't gone to court on this matter so if he goes to court with a valid California drivers license is it possible to have the claim dropped?
Well, if your "friend's" license is not yet suspended because of the DUI, then he's not guilty of driving on a...