No, all states participate in an Interstate compact whereby they are required to communicate with one another regarding such matters. CA will NOT issue you a CDL until Nebraska is cleared.
John A. Campanella
If this mater is heard in Juvenile court you can appear with your child and at that time the court should disclose the results of the blood test. Additionally if you, or a lawyer acting on your child's behalf contacts the DMV to set up an under 21 DMV hearing then you may obtain the police report and the blood test results through that DMV process. The blood was likely analyzed by a crime lab and not at the hospital. However, there will be no opportunity for a DMV hearing if this was a Drug...
There may be an issue as to you not knowing you are driving a vehicle. While you don't have to intend on driving drunk you must have knowledge that you are driving. I agree with previous posts suggesting that you should be prepared to go through to a jury trial and I would not expect the District Attorney to make you a plea offer worth accepting. Speak with a DUI professional in your area.
There is always a chance of defending a criminal charge but you should meet with a criminal defense attorney to discuss the specific facts of this case. Minor in possession does not require driving nor intoxication. It merely requires that the minor posses alcohol and that he knows that he is in possession of it.
If convicted you could suffer criminal punishment as well as a one year suspension from DMV. The criminal punishment would vary depending on what particular code section(s) you are charged with. It may be possible to defeat the charges, you should have an experience DUI attorney review your case.
You might not receive anything in the mail regarding your court date. Most people receive a citation or an, "Agreement to Appear" when they are released from police custody. You might also try...
Even though she moved and changed her address there may be speedy trial issue because the event "Allegedly" occurred 3 years ago. That said, it could be a misdemeanor or a felony charge depending on the amount they are claiming she stole. Depending on which county and state where she is being prosecuted they may have a website with additional information. I would suggest that she not say anything to anyone and speak to a lawyer immediately. If she cannot afford an attorney the court will...
It is not clear from your question why you think you will most likely lose your equity share of the house. How was the house acquired? Was it acquired with community funds? Your separate funds? His separate funds? These questions must be addressed in order to provide an answer.