My daughter was 18 and had been drinking and driving. She was traveling around 60 mph in a 45 zone. A car pulled out in front of her and she lost contoll of the car trying to avoid collision. She hit a light pole and a tree, totalling her car. There were minor to moderate injuries to herself and two passengers. At the hospital they tested her BAC although I don't know the results. She admitted to the police to drinking 3 shots of vodka 1-3 hours prior - she's about 125lbs. This was over 11 months ago. She has never been charged for anything. How long after the event can you still be charged? The DMV suspended her license immediately following the 30 day temp license she was given the day of the accident. According to their records it was suspended for a DUI.Also, assuming no charges are filed in the next 30 days, can the Dmv records be corrected so a DUI doesn't appear on her drinving record?
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