Depends on which court you are in. This sounds like a deal from Orange County Courts. You should definitely consult with an attorney before making a decision.
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There's no real benefit to you there. Either one will cause license suspensio. And, yes, this is normal practice in a plea agreement situation.
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No. You should talk to your attorney. If you don't have an attorney... get one. If you get one, get one that does DUI's in the court your are charged in.
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I agree, do NOT do it.. plead to both counts if necessary because it will not have any adverse affect to your DMV or record. It will not add additional "points" to your record. Only if you face immigration issues would I worry about pleading to both the a and b count. But definitely talk to an attorney!Ask a similar question
No. This is a misdemeanor, so why should you give a DNA sample; that is reserved for felonies, and if you plead to the charge, they will dismiss one of the charges anyway. Good luck.Ask a similar question
I have NEVER heard of someone having to give a DNA sample in a misdemeanor DUI case. It is standard in a DUI plea to drop one of the two charges in almost every case where there is a deal. Something is amiss here. Add more facts.Ask a similar question
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