Opened 10 years ago

Closed 10 years ago

#25 closed defect (invalid)

Will the District attorney Know a DUI Offender's Driving and Criminal Records?

Reported by: ksmith61 Owned by: George Lilly
Priority: trivial Milestone:
Component: CCD-CCR Version:
Keywords: Cc:


Initially, it is necessary to comprehend the prosecutor's job. The prosecutor is a lawyer employed by the federal government (federal or state) which manages the DUI situation against an accused after the point of the police officer's apprehension of the DUI offender. The prosecutor is the government's or state's lawyer, which is functioning to get a conviction against the DUI offender, at the verdict of a court or bench (judge-determined) test.

DUI transgressors commonly ask yourself whether the prosecutors delegated to their situations will certainly have knowledge of their complete DMV and rap sheets, if any type of. The response is most likely indeed. The district attorney assigned to take care of a DUI test will likely have knowledge of the offender's records. The prosecution or state has access to historical documents. It is another concern whether those documents are in fact acquired and examined, and if so, at just what point in the DUI trial process. Situation load volumes are high, and prosecutorial resources (like all federal government sources) are strained. That said, it is likely that at some point near the start of a DUI test case, a district attorney will certainly get and examine an offender's driving record and any sort of rap sheet. Without knowledge of the offender's previous driving and/or criminal records, the prosecutor is not able to properly bargain fees, plea bargains, and such. dui lawyer merced county california

Change History (1)

comment:1 by George Lilly, 10 years ago

Resolution: invalid
Status: newclosed
Note: See TracTickets for help on using tickets.