After getting pulled over for an apparent DUI which was taken care of in court and ruled in my favor, is my license in trouble?

Asked over 1 year ago - Los Angeles, CA

i was pulled over for a dui. Was never tested by breath or blood for drugs or alcohol, and passed all the field sobriety tests, yet some drug paraphernalia was found in my car. I also am legally prescribed the medication adderall and admitted to taking it that day. No tests were ever taken on me so i got a lawyer and took it to court. At my first hearing they told me i had to complete a specific amount of NA courses (which I did) and showed the judge. My lawyer told me i was off the hook after that but now i am concerned about my license status because when i look it up on the ca dmv website it comes up with "V C Section 13352.4 first offense complettion of DUI program and restricted driver x2019 s license" Im so confused as to what this means as it all occured october 2010

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  1. Seth Andrew Weinstein

    Contributor Level 15


    Lawyers agree

    Answered . Definitely contact your attorney. Something here is not right.

    Seth Weinstein, Esq.
    Practicing throughout Southern California
    (310) 707-7131

    This reply should NOT be considered a legal opinion of your case / inquiry. At this time I do not have sufficient... more
  2. Nicholas Milan Loncar


    Contributor Level 17


    Lawyers agree


    Answered . The other attorneys are right that you should contact your lawyer. It seems like a mistake happened somewhere. Was your license ever taken from you? Did you get a pink sheet of paper in its place? That typically happens when someone blows a .08 or higher, but not in alleged drug DUIs.

  3. James C Forslund

    Contributor Level 19


    Lawyers agree

    Answered . Contact your lawyer.

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