If your case was based out of Orange County, some of us criminal defense attorneys who practice in Orange County have access to the court's internal system. Give me a call and I can provide that information for you.
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Although I can not reply specifically to California law, I can tell you that you can find out the information you want at the clerks office from the court you were appearing in. Most likely California has a website that you can find out the public records pertaining to your case. You should google the California court system to find out if their website is accessible by the public. Either way, you should call or go to the clerk's office and get your information. You can also contact the attorney that represented you in that case or hire an attorney to get your paperwork for you. Good Luck.
If you go to the sheriff station and ask, you might be arrested.
Hire a Criminal Attorney to check for you and see what needs to be done to clear it up.
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If this was an Orange County case, go to www.occourts.org and search there. If it was in another county, their records may also be online (and sometimes for a fee) or you can go to the courthouse and ask the clerks office to do a search.
Or - a local attorney can also search the court records for you if they are a subscriber on the court's website. I am. If you want to give me a call, perhaps I can look it up.
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