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Can I ignore a third subpoena that was mailed to me after I called the Clerk of Court twice to let them know I'm not the person they think I am? The trial is in a month in a city 300 miles away and I have nothing to do with it.
Something similar happened to my son. He was issued a collection notice by a bill collector who had bought Dallas county’s unpaid court fines. Apparently someone committed petty theft, was apprehended, use my sons name, was fined in court, released on his own recognizance, but never paid the fineMy son lived in New Hampshire at the time and had not been to Dallas anytime near when the crime allegedly took place.He hired an attorney in Dallas. The attorney sent a cease and desist letter to the collection agency who told him it had to be cleared by the court, otherwise they would continue collection. It was critical to get this resolved because my son could lose his security clearance (and job) if this showed up on his record. The attorney presented to the prosecutor two pieces of evidence:(1) my son has a google phone that tracks his location constantly. The attorney presented google screen shots showing That my son was in Connecticut at the time of the crime. Why was my son in Connecticut?(2) my son worked at a top secret facility in Connecticut. Each day he had to present a thumbprint AND a retinal scan to enter the lab. His boss provided a notarized letter stating that he had reviewed the time stamps on the fingerprint log and the retinal scan log. He also inspected my son to confirm that he still had all fingers and both eyes. On this basis, he vouched that my son, and every part of my son was NOT in Dallas at the day and time of the crime!Actually. I made that up, but it could have happened. My son had just moved from Houston Texas to New Hampshire, has a google phone and worked in a top secret facility in Connecticut.What really happened is that the prosecutor had a surveillance photograph of the perpetrator as well as the police mug shots. The attorney presented to the prosecutor a copy of my son’s TEXAS drivers license. It was clear to all that the man in the photo was not my son.The case against my son was dropped - mistaken identity. The collection agency was notified and the collection letters stopped. We will never know why the prosecutor didn’t look at the DMV files on his own.By the way, my son still had to pay the lawyer. Life’s a bitch.[EDIT] I have received numerous comments that he should have sued the collection agency for the cost of clearing his name, and, as some suggested, punitive damages. That’s not how it works for the working classes. My son is just out of the Navy. While he has a steady pay check, it’s barely a living. He has no spare money to retain an attorney on a case that may or may not be successful and a case that would likely take a very long time to conclude. Likewise the value of such a case is likely too low for any decent attorney to take up on commission. In my son’s case it was best for him to cough up the $200 bucks to get the case dismissed and walk away from it. His most pressing concern in all of this was that the case not affect his top secret security clearance and his job tied to that clearance.p
Does the California DMV accept a letter of clearance or does a driving history need to be submitted to get a license?
I had quite an experience with the California DMV when I moved out here. I’ve lived in San Francisco for about 6 months now, and when I moved, I accidentally left my physical driver’s license back home in South Carolina. Before I went to the DMV, I looked online and gathered all of the necessary documents—passport, change of address, new lease, etc., but because I did not have an actual physical license, I knew it was going to be a pain, and boy was it.The first time I went, the line was literally out the door, and the guy midway through the line told me he’d been there for three and a half hours. So, I made an appointment for a day the next week.When I showed up for that appointment, they told me the entire system was down and to go away & come back another day. So, I made yet another appointment, and I showed up with all of my documents thinking today was the day. It was not.I knew that I needed to verify that I had a valid license, and my old state of South Carolina has the ability to go online and access your official driving record and print it out as a pdf for a fee, which I did. When I showed the lady a copy of the record, she told me this wasn’t sufficient, and that I’d have to either have South Carolina send a certified copy of the driving record to the DMV directly, or I could book a new appointment and come back and take the actual driver’s test (which I was certain I would fail as I’m not exactly the world’s greatest driver.)She did, however, tell me that I should go ahead and get my California Learner’s Permit that day so at least I’d have something. I chuckled at that, because I’m in my late 30’s and the last time I had a learner’s permit was when Windows 95 was fresh out.So, I booked yet another appointment, and figured what the hell, I’ll get my stupid permit so at least I’d be able to drive my wife-type-person around town. I sauntered over to the old computers and started the driver’s test (which by the way is really hard and I nearly failed) and walked out with my shiny new learner’s permit.The State of California says that when you have a permit, you have to have a legal driver in the car with you who is over 18 and “in a position to instruct you as to driving and take control of the vehicle if necessary.” With my wife-type-person, this would not be a new set of circumstances.Anyways, long story short, I finally got the certified letter from South Carolina and went back a few weeks later and got my real license after 4 visits and quite a few laughs from my friends. So, moral of the story is, get some sort of official certification before you go, and be prepared for a frustrating experience.
What is the "owner responsibility fee" listed on California DMV registration renewal notices?
10.100 Owner Responsibility Citations on Record (CVC §40002.1)Registration renewal cannot be completed when the owner or lessee has unpaidowner responsibility citations (ORC) on record. All citations shown on the recordmust be cleared by the issuing agency before the renewal can be completed.The following must be submitted:• Proof of ORC Clearance—which is an Abstract of Court Record ReleaseAdjudication (DL 106R) form that the court issues to both the cited owner andDMV when it clears an ORC.— A DL 106R with Disposition Code “Z” in the “Judgment” area is notacceptable; the applicant must contact the issuing court to obtain a correctedDL 106R.• An ORC fee for each ORC.The procedures below must be followed:• Compare the DL 106R with the ORC on record.• If there is a citation number discrepancy, you may contact the court to confirmthe citation number for a discrepancy of one or two letters/numbers.• If the applicant claims their ORCs are cleared, you may contact the issuingagency to obtain the clearance information. In such cases:• Complete a REG 256 with the name of the individual you spoke to, the dispositionof the citation, and the conviction date.• Call the Registration Abstract Section (RAS) at (916) 657-5910 for instructionsand/or removal of the ORC. ORCs can only be cleared by RAS at DMVheadquarters.• Fax the DL 106R to RAS to remove the ORC.• Complete the renewal or other type of transaction as normal, once the ORC isremoved from the record.Renewal Notices—Renewal notices for vehicles with an ORC on record willinclude an “OWNER RESPONSIBILITY FEE” message, the amount due, and aninsert listing each uncleared ORC by number, date of issuance, and name of issuingjurisdiction. Citation numbers on the renewal notice may have additional numbersor letters before or after the actual citation number.Transfer, Junk, or Salvage Certificate Applications—The new owner is notresponsible for the ORC citations. The ORC hold (VLT stop, RCC 48) will bedeleted if the new owner name is different from the name on the abstract. However,if an ORC service fee was previously paid, or a DL 106R was submitted on a reportof deposit of fees (RDF), the service fee is not refunded and a DL 106R must bepart of the application. Send the paperwork to DMV headquarters for processing.Owner responsibility citations are tickets where they cannot identify the driver and so the owner is presumed responsible until they clear it up. This includes red light camera violations, toll violations, etc.