Hire a criminal defense lawyer in your area to review the court case file and advise you what to do. If it is an open case, it needs to be dealt with. Good luck.
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It certainly sounds as if you have some things going in your favor. I highly suggest talking to a few local DUI attorneys, and hiring the best one. Good luck.
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The best thing to do would be to hire an attorney to take a look at the court file and contact the prosecutor's office to look into the status of the charge. As mentioned, you do have several factors in your favor in this situation. An attorney should be able to negotiate a good result for you.Ask a similar question
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