Why is there no documentation of my case on CCAP?
2 attorney answers
Sometimes paperwork on traffic citations gets lost in the system. It may be that the officer failed to process the ticket on his/her end. Whatever happened, you can count yourself as having been given a big break. Driving after revocation is a crime (even a first offense if the revocation was drunk-driving related). Please make sure that you learn from your mistakes. Best of luck going forward.
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It sounds like the DA's office has declined, at least for the moment, to file criminal charges against you. You should be aware however that the Statute of Limitations (timelimit to file charges) is 3 years for a misdemeanor offense, meaning that a criminal charge for Operating after Revocation can still be issued at any point within the 3 years following the arrest.