The short answer is yes. If both of you control the property, separately or together, they can go in the trust.
This may be seen as co-mingling and the separate property could be hard to separate from the community property. I would ask a more specific question to an attorney in your area as there are a lot of details you didn't cover. Good luck
The school is not limited by a SOL. It is a condition of your probation and your ability to get your license back in CA. If you do not attend the classes then it is unlikely that you will be able to get a CA DL. I would contact the courts and DMV at this point to see what they have on file for you.
There are a lot of factors to consider and no easy answer. PC 484, theft is punishable by 0-180 days. It depends what you were caught taking and how you behaved while this went on. Your age may also play a factor in what they do. I had a client yesterday who was caught twice in a year and both times it was under $50. The DA's offer was 90 days if they took it that day or 150 if they waited.
I hope this helps. If you are able to afford an attorney I would suggest retaining one. Theft...
The question is vague and as the other attorney said... don't give out incriminating information on a public forum. For any of us to give you good advice we would need to see the discovery/ police report from the department that arrested you and go over what happened with you. You need an attorney.
With out more detail it's hard to say. Generally if you merely call someone a name it is not actionable, however if conduct and words are combined the DA may have a case. If you put in more detail we can respond a little better. Have charges been filed against you?
It differs from county to county but it's usually 2 days on a first DUI. Your B. A. C. typically leads to the 6 or 9 month class. A.A. will probably help but probably won't get any time knocked off.
I agree with the other attorney, the P.D. can still be appointed if you ask for one.
All this said if you were driving in a negligent manner or if you hit someone/something then they could add on more days. But given what you have said you will likely get 2 days.
I agree with the other attorney said. Further I would expect the hit and run (PC 20002 (a)) to be a larger charge than the DUI. He may be looking at 0 up to 180 days for just that charge. The fact he has not been in trouble before will not be a factor when the DA makes an offer. It does help that he does not have a prior DUI. But the standard first dui offer is standard.
A standard DUI in my county is around $2400 in fines, 2 days in jail, 30 days suspension of driving privileges,...
It's likely a restricted license. I agree with the other attorney, the SR-22 is something you will need to have as well. It is important that you not drive without a license at this point. A 14601.2, driving on a suspended license can lead to 10 days in jail. Good luck