You need to talk with an attorney and stop posting stuff as it is in the pre-file stage. Plenty of talent on Avvo that will give you a free consultation. I see that you're in San Diego, so hire someone local. LAW OFFICES OF VICTORIA CLEMANS.
The good news is: you have some very good defenses. The bad news is: a case has been filed against you. Firstly, you have a messed up foot which would certainly make you fail the FST's (even sober ppl fail them). Second, you weren't given a blood test so they nothing to go on unless it was a refusal, that's a whole different story. Third, being tired has been known to cause bad driving and accidents, which is why they tell ppl to pull over and take a nap if you are really sleepy. Those are a...
You aren't on formal probation otherwise you would need an interstate transfer to get permission to leave the state. Make sure you are in compliance with all of your court obligations before leaving. You have to complete the alcohol class and deal with APS (DMV issues) as well as fines and fees. Best.
Some courts don't file on the day of the ticket, but that does not mean it's automatically a DA reject. You did subsequently receive an "official" letter to go to court. The best thing to do on the day of court was to check into the courtroom and have the court clerk run the case number. You may have a warrant out and not know it, or... you may have just gotten really lucky if they lost track of your case, which means stop posting so they don't catch on. Best of luck.
Ask your attorney for the letter or form that he sent to the DMV reporting the accident. If he can't produce it, call the DMV and ask them what you need to do to get back on track. It's usually an SR-22. Explain to them that your attorney told you he reported it and that you thought this aspect was taken care of. Much luck.
94 hours is mandated by statute. I have seen exceptions to this but it's generally house arrest (very expensive) or residential treatment. You can have your lawyer ask for a surrender date. Some courts will give you two months to get your affairs in order. LAW OFFICES OF VICTORIA CLEMANS.
That is way more than a traffic violation which is an infraction. That is a hit and run which is a misdemeanor. You will need a lawyer because this could mess up your immigration status and you have to deal with the case against you, should one be filed (it most likely will). Contact a lawyer in Arizona for a consultation.
The statute of limitations is 3 years, however, you could still be prosecuted if you received notice in the mail, went to court, and got arraigned and then blew off the court. In that case, you purposely aged the case and the statute was tolled (meaning it stood still) and if this were the case unfortunately you could still be prosecuted. That is why you need to speak to a lawyer PRONTO! LAW OFFICES OF VICTORIA CLEMANS, ESQ.
Why are you checking her background? It sounds like she smartened up and obtained a lawyer for the second petty theft, since they are "priorable" which means the plea bargain she is offered will have an enhancement. She probably got released on her own recognizance, and the matter may still be pending. Macy's loss prevention rarely gives civil compromises, so perhaps her lawyer is pushing it to trial for the best offer or an infraction (unlikely, unless it was under $50.00) The law changed...
The dye has been cast. They took the trespass deal, which isn't bad. You can't ever guess what a jury will do. A lot of it depends on the attorney's preparation of a defense strategy, the facts and evidence of the case. Sometimes you just have to roll with it. In this case, they chose not to go to jury trial so that was their decision to make. Hopefully they got a 12 month or 24 month probationary period and they can apply for an expungement or early termination. They can always speak to...