I strongly suggest that you call your attorney, as they will (or at least should) be in a much better position to answer your questions than any of us on here. With that being said, DMV can and does suspend your license independently of what happens at court. Because you are under 21, DMV almost assuredly suspended your license due to a violation of the Zero Tolerance policy. Talk to your attorney to be sure. Good luck,
I'm confused. You suggest that you have not been charged at all with the "one year to charge" you, but then you suggest that you were convicted of something. If your case was never filed by the DA, you have a right to request a new DMV hearing if you do so within 1 year from arrest. Unfortunately, it seems like you've lost that right.
As for the "wet reckless" information you are getting, it's wrong. That simple. For an adult, a wet doesn't translate into a license suspension. If under 21, ANY alcohol related offense conviction will trigger a license suspension. Even if it doesn't involve driving (ie, public intoxication).
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You really should speak to the attorney that handle the case under 21 gets
you a one your license suspension from the DMV regardless of the court
outcome if no criminal charges were filed after. a year they cannot be
charged now you should be able to get your license back without restrictions
Mr Fremont is correct. It is key that you hire the best locally experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you that you can afford on this issue. You should obtain a free consultation as soon as possible. Good luck
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