Retain another equally qualified local traffic attorney licensed in CA to look into your matter to completion.
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You need to deal with this sooner rather than later. It will only get worse with the passage of time. A locally experienced DUI attorney may be able to have you re-referred to the alcohol school without you having to be present in court. Good luck.
As a former prosecutor who now practices DUI defense, I would suggest that you not wait for the court to violate you but that you bring an attorney with you and set your case on calendar and explain your situation and ask for re-enrollment papers. In most cases a court will be much more lenient if you step up to the plate and ask to be put back into the program. Most programs will give you credit for the time you served as long as there is a valid reason for the absence. Good Luck.
I am not licensed in VA
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