It sounds like she pled "Not Guilty" for on your behalf and preserved all of your rights. If you are not happy with that result then you have the right to change your plea to "Guilty" and be convicted. www.BryceFetter
Go meet with an experienced DUI lawyer to discuss your options. There is a new law that went into effect of July 1, 2013 that may help you out. Read up on it at my DUI page and call me if you have any questions. Good luck!
You can seal one of these incidents.
As far as what you are able to do, that will depend on what you are trying to do. You can go to college, become a lawyer, etc. You just may have to explain a little bit about what happened. Even if you seal one of these incidents, there are still several entities that will know about this and there are several entities that you must report this to--even if sealed. I have a link to the list on my sealing page. Good luck!
You are fine. This must be a Seminole County misdemeanor PTD case. The 72 hour writing on the top of your form is not a hard deadline. Just show up Monday and check in. It will take you all of 10 minutes. Absolutely not a problem. Good luck.
An expungement (or expunction as this is what the statute calls it) and a sealing are 99% similar--they erase all information relating to your case from the public record and with few expectations allow you to deny the fact that you were ever arrested. They are the functional equivalent. Good luck.
You can not ignore a lawfully issued subpoena. If there is a restraining order in place then stalker can not be at your deposition or anywhere around you for that matter as that would be a violation of the injunction. Good luck.
The "business purposes only" definition does not address these situations. Be careful. Some police officers will arrest you for this type of driving and some will not. Most police officer think the BPO restriction is an EPO (employment only) restriction. I would drive to these places on a BPO restricted license but I would not counsel my clients to do so without the peril of being arrested by a mistaken police officer. Plus the officer may not believe you. Be careful. This is not a black...
That's a question that you have to answer. If you are ever convicted of any crime ever then you lose your one free expungement--or if they change the law. I would do the expungement and stay out of trouble but it is a value question that you have to answer. Good luck whatever you decide.