I have a DUI back from May/June. Penndot claims to have never received the case file from the court in November. I had to call Penndot and the Court multiple times to find out why I hadn't received my 60 day suspension follow my Hearing & ARD admission. Penndot never received the case information. I called the Court and had them resend the case information. Seven days later I receive two letters, one saying I have 3 points for careless driving and another telling me that my license will not be suspended. First offense, accepted into ARD, I had a .193 BAC. Why am I not serving a 60 day license suspension?
Sounds to me like you slipped through. Go consult with a local traffic ticket attorney to satisfy your curiosity. Use Avvo to find them. You probably only need about 15 minutes of the attorney's time and even if they charge you on an hourly basis you'll get good advice and have a peace of mind.
It sounds like you should be happy and move on.
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I would consult with an experienced criminal lawyer.
I wouldn't open up a can of worms or kick a sleeping dog; It sounds like you got lucky.
I would keep the letter in my records and move on. If you feel any guilt, put the car in the garage and serve a self- imposed 60 day suspension.
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