Okay.. This is not possible to make sense of, sorry. You were arrested for a DUI for revving? I don't think so. You were arrested because you ended up in the ditch because you were under the influence (allegedly). You need an attorney, ASAP.
If you're lucky, you'll be to plea to dry reckless, which is less than a wet. A dry would not require classes or sr-22.
Riding a bike under the influence is violation under California Vehicle Code Section 21200.5 and carries a fine of up to $250. Jail is usually not a punishment. However, if you may be in violation of the terms of your probation. You may also be charged with public intoxication. Basically, you will absolutely need to speak with an attorney because only an attorney will be able mitigate the damage at this point.
You should take a look at your policy declaration page to see what kind of coverage is excluded. Such preclusion applies even to friends in some cases, but is most recognizable in the policies in the form of the family exclusion or the household exclusion.
I agree that the fracture will likely qualify as GBI, so your concern is certainly justified. This being your third DUI within 10 years poses a significant problem. As you well know, DUI offenses are priorable, meaning that you face a significant punishment. This being your third with an injury is an automatic felony. The third DUI could land you 120 days to a year. However the enhancement for a GBI could add another year in prison. I hope you have a good criminal defense attorney. Good luck.
When you pled guilty, the clerk no doubt provided with the Minute Order that listed the terms of probation. It usually does not include active supervision by the court or a probation department It also, generally, does not authorize unannounced searches of a probationer’s home, unless there is a specific term allowing it. Look at the document.
Almost all employees in California are "at will" employees. This means that an at will employee can be hired or fired for any reason or no reason, as long as it isn't for the "wrong" reason. Wrong reasons include such things as age or sexual discrimination. A company can fire you if it finds out about a conviction. If you're saying that the company knew about expunged conviction and later decided to fire you for that reason, they have the right to do so. That said, you should speak with an...
Embezzlement us punished as grand theft under penal code 487. Depending in the circumstances and criminal history, a conviction carries a sentence of 16 months to 2 or 3 years in prison. This is a very serious crime. You should speak to an attorney immediately.
Your insurance company has a right to seek subrogation. That means that your insurer has a right to be reimbursed for paying on your medical bills when your were subsequently paid by the other party. If you have an attorney, he/she should have negotiated the subrogation down.