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.
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If the question is what kind of resolution of a DUI case less than a wet reckless is available, it would be a dry reckless and even a dismissal. Without giving you legal advice on your case, in Cailfornia, having control of a car while under the influence where one is pushing a car or having control of a car such as having the engine on and moving the car even a little, can be sufficient for a DUI conviction if the DA can prove the necessary elements beyond a reasonable doubt. You should discuss your case with your public defender because any admissions you made about being behind the wheel and in control of your vehicle can be very problamatic, even if it was already stuck in a ditch. You should also not post facts here because it is a public forum. Discuss your options and possible witnesses to the other girl driving with your public defender.
You need an attorney. Your story , while interesting, may still get you a DUI. Get an attorney . You also need to deal with DMV . Call within 10 days of your arrest and request a hearing and stay.
Most DUI allegations are fightable, and hence so might this one be, but I cannot tell from the skimpy and loaded recitation you have given here. I don't know what these facts have to do with your question about wet reckless penalties. I rarely advise going wet reckless route - I prefer exoneration to the only slightly lesser conviction of a wet.
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