You need to go get a default judgment and then try and collect on it. You can try and get them to appear on a debtors examination to ascertain their assets but good luck if they are out of the country. Sounds as if you will have a judgment that is worthless.
You cannot obtain a warrant and no criminal charges will be filed.
Yes but to forcibly enter the residence the officers must have probable cause to believe that the person to be arrested is in the residence. If the person named in the arrest warrant is a guest at the residence, then they must obtain a search warrant to enter that residence. That is known as a Steagald warrant and they apply for the search warrant setting forth the probable cause to show the magistrate why they believe he is in that particular residence.
It depends on your progress and the reason you missed the classes. You should be able to get re-enrolled in the class and you may be able to get credits for the classes you did. There is usually a re-enrollment fee of about $60. Bear in mind that the judge does have the option of deleting the program requirement and sending you to county jail but that is usually done when the person has fallen out of the program a couple of times.
You need to have the clerk issue a subpoena for the witness to appear and then have them served by a process server or non involved party. You then need to file the proof of service with the court. If they do not appear the court can issue a warrant for them to appear in court. If you have an attorney, an attorney can issue a subpoena and does not have to go through the court clerk. Subpoena does not have to be served 21-30 days prior to the court hearing. You should really hire counsel...
Why not just conduct a check on the person via the internet. There are many companies out there that will search and find the person for a small fee. You can then mail them a certified letter. If you want to send it via email, just send it return receipt requested. Most email platforms have this option in their settings. One thing about a libel or slander action, they are difficult to win, sometimes hard to establish damage and courts do not like them crowding up their calendars.
You are going up against a professional. Would you perform surgery on yourself?? Hire an attorney. If you lose, the court may award the other party attorneys fees. I had that same issue come up where the other party sought a restraining order against my client. They did not have an attorney and had no idea what they were doing. The court did not issue the restraining order and I asked for attorneys fees and the court granted my client the fees.
Yes. A new law was enacted in July 2010 which allows a 2nd and 3rd time offender to obtain a license after serving a 90 day suspension. They must enroll in a DUI class and install an ignition interlock device. Prior to this law, the suspension period was 1 year court suspension for a 2nd. However, under the new law, you must serve the 90 day suspension before you are eligible for your license.
PC 1000 is much less intensive than prop 36. In a PC 1000, you enter a guilty plea, do the drug rehabilitation class (about 4 months) and then you come back in either 18-24 months and your charge is dismissed.
PC1000 is a deferred entry of judgment because although you enter a guilty plea, judgment is not pronounced and it is deferred. However, if you violate your conditions of probation the court can then enter judgment and sentence you accordingly.
Prop 36 is a very structured program...
Sounds like this officer has it out for you. If he is making false statements about you then you should consider filing a personnel complaint against him. His police department may have a policy which prohibits this type of conduct.