You will have to serve a 30 day "hard" suspension before you can get your restricted license. Hard means you cannot drive at all. After the 30 day hard suspension you can get a restricted license as long as you provide dmv with proof you enrolled in a DUI program and you have a SR22 on file. You will then be able to drive to and from work and to and from the DUI class only. However, I highly recommend you contact an attorney to see about fighting your DUI. You are a low blow and you were...
Ventura county jail is not overcrowded. I have not had one Ventura County client get kicked out early due to overcrowding like LA County. If you are sentenced to 90 days you will serve about 50% due to conduct credits which is really based on a 4-2 ratio plus whatever credits you got when you were initially arrested.
You need to consult with your court appointed attorney and if he doesn't return your phone calls you need to contact his.her supervisor. Juvenile Dependency is a specialized area of law and you need to follow the advise of your court appointed attorney, follow the reunification plan and you should be reunited with your child. I doubt the social worker and their attorney (usually county counsel) will make a representation to the court that your child is with the maternal aunt when he isn't....
More than likely you will. You reside in Los Angeles County and LA is one of the 4 counties that is part of the IID pilot program. The new IID pilot program puts the responsibility on the DMV to oversee the program. Therefore, you will get a notice from DMV that you will be required to install an IID if you wish to get your license after serving a 30 day hard suspension (assuming you lost your dmv hearing). You can always serve the entire 6 month suspension to avoid the IID requirement.
More than likely not. Your DMV record will not show warrants only failure to appear for traffic violations. DMV personnel would have to access DOJ records and the counter personnel should not have authority to access those records.
Yes. You can request a hearing through the police department's traffic bureau. You should contact the traffic bureau or whoever is responsible for the impound hearings and request a hearing to contest the 30 day impound. You will need to provide them with your temporary license which shows the effective date of the temporary license at the hearing and they should release the vehicle to you.
The DUI that was 4 years old will more than likely show on a background check depending on who is doing the background check. It will show on your dmv record.. It is questionable whether the 1975 DUI will show on the background check due to its age.