It's tough to predict exactly how the judge will react - I don't know the underlying details of your case, nor do I know your history with the court - don't post that information here as it is a public forum and can be accessed by anyone, including DAs and police.
Generally speaking, I would think that the judge will give you the time needed to complete the MADD class; you have paid your fines, enrolled in the alcohol program and have a date set to attend MADD. It's not like you are coming to court having done nothing and asking for another extension. Of course, I don't know how many times you have been in front of this judge, so I can't give you a guarantee that he will give you extra time - but as your class is the very next day it makes sense for him to grant you at least a short extension. An attorney would be a big help to you in this situation. Good luck to you.
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Bring proof that you have completed all but one of the classes and that you are scheduled to do so on the 14th, and you should be fine. Also bring proof that you have made the payments and fulfilled your other obligations. If you had an attorney, give them a call. Good luck.
Depends on the judge in San Diego. You may be able to ask for a continuance in the Business Office. There are different MADD classes in the 4 counties in San Diego, and sole classes in Spanish too if that helps. You can call SAAU to get those class times/locations.
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Go to court ASAP and seek to get another extension for a few days so you can go do the MADD class on 05/14.
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They would have given you plenty of time to complete the classes but you were not responsible enough to do so. You should be asking your lawyer to get an adjournment or get the classes done in a different location. The judge will probably give you the adjournment if you have a good lawyer.
As Mr Ganci said, try going to the business office to get the extension. If that does not work, do what Mr. Shapiro said and ask the judge for an extension. Bring proof you are going to MADD the next day.
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