It sounds like the DA wants to see a transcript of the DMV hearing where the officer is likely to testify regarding a driving issue pertaining to your DUI criminal case? Your case has just began. It's too early to assume the DA won't be willing to negotiate your case - and yes, there is always the possibility of a good outcome. Patience.
Felony? For a second offense? Was there an accident with injury involved in this one? Was the first a felony? If not, I'm having a hard time seeing how this would be a felony. Like the other attorney said, make sure you get ALL your questions answered.
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First, unless someone was injured or your prior DUI was a felony, under California law, you cannot be cahrged with felony DUI. Second, the prosecutor can hold off to file up and until the statute of limitations passes, for misdemeanor DUI one year and for felony DUI three years. However, whether or not the statute of limitations has passed, if the delay prejudices your case, you can seek to have it dismissed with a Serna motion. Talk to a good and expereinced DUI lawyer to deal with all of this.
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