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  • I don't know about California, but most states have a diversion program for first-time offenders. It involves taking tests, attending classes, and paying a lot of money. But it's better than a conviction. My advice is to: A) find a lawyer who will give you a free consultation; and B) try and learn something about the dangers of drunk driving.
  • If this is your 1st DUI offense, normally you wouldn't go to jail. The DA would ask for jail time but if it is under 30 days then you can do the Sheriff's Work Alternative Program (SWAP). Unless you don't have anything severe (like an accident, high speed, evading police) that happened if jail is all you are worrying about then that is most likely what will happen you can do SWAP, pay the fine, go to the DUI program and restricted license...but again I don't know the details of your case if you go to court and the Judge recommends that you get a lawyer then you better go find one cause that means you have serious problems. I would hire a lawyer either way since I work at a DUI office in the Bay Area I know what goes down with DUI's I would hire a lawyer. If you can't afford a lawyer get a Public Defender but don't go through it alone.
  • You need a good lawyer. OC is a tough county for DUI. If you don't have a lawyer, you could plead "no contest" and pray the judge doesn't happen to belong to MADD. If you fight it and go to a jury trial, you will probably lose and get smoked pretty bad. Sorry to say, it it is really in the hands of the judge and DA at this point. If you have the cash; a good lawyer is your best bet.
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  • WELL IF THE LEGAL LIMIT IS .08 YOU WERE ALMOST 2X THE LEGAL LIMIT. I WOULD SAY NO BUT I'M NOT FROM CALIFORNIA. YOU BETTER CONSULT WITH AN ATTORNEY ON THAT ONE. I BELIEVE I ANSWERED YOUR QUESTION EARLIER? I'D THINK ABOUT OTHER OPTIONS ALSO.
  • no, you wont go to jail. but you will have to face D.U.I classes, a year probation (with mandatory U.A.'s) and a large fine (court fee's, etc.) it's not gonna be fun but it's better than going to jail. ps. please dont drink and drive:(
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  • I have a friend who suffers from Schizophrenia and he can not get any help from the V.A. and he is refussing to go into a treatment program of any kind. He has threantened to harm himself as well as his mother. His mother wants to have him placed in a program that can help him before he does something to harm himself. How should she go about this? My friend's mother does not have the money to pettion the court to have him commited inorder to get him help and we are affraid of what he might do to himself or even others. Can you please let me know who I can contact to get help for my friend? Thank You!!!!!
  • my understanding of california law is that anyone who threatens to harm himself or others, the police can take him a county mental health facility for a 72 hour observation. call you local police department (non emergency number) and ask. you should also open a phone book under psychiatrists, call everyone in there until you find someone who can help. most shrinks work on a sliding fee scale, so lack of money shouldn't stop you. the state of this country's mental health care is deplorable. don't let you friend turn into another tragic news story. pick up the phone now. good luck and thank you for caring
  • If you have a mental health crisis line there, you can call them and let them know what is going on. Lots of times, they can try to send someone there to do a welfare check on the person. Sometimes this is the first step in getting a person on a civil commitment. Unfortunately, civil commitments can be the only way to get a person who needs help to actually get help. But it is because their mental illness is preventing them from knowing what is best for them. If you do not have a local mental health crisis line, you may need to call the police and ask them what they can do or if they have any suggestions of what you should do. Of course, the best thing is to have your friend seen at an emergency room, but I know that he may not be willing to go.
  • I would take him to an emergency room in your area and see if he can be evaluated. I don't know how it works in California, but in Tennessee, mobile crisis will evaluate someone at the ER and if they are determined to be a danger to themselves or others, they will commit them to a hospital. I work at a mental health institute for the state of Tennessee and this is how it works here. We only accept legal commitments. It is at least worth a shot...you may not be able to get him to agree to treatment, but if he is legally commited, he won't have a choice. You have to do what is best for your friend, his mother, and you.
  • As well in TX, too. If you go to the ER, and show them that he is a danger to himself or others, they have the power to commit him without trial. BUT be very sure that this is the road you need to go down. Thinking of all involved...
  • I visited Tijuana before and I really didnt like it but I have managed to find some beautiful houses there and I am wondering whether or not it is safe to live there. I know right by the border it is very scary but the houses are price accordingly 15 mins away, being that we have a house in the state I am in that we are paying a mortgage on and we are bring pets liviing in cali is going to be expensive. I mean one of the rentals is like 2200 sq ft. Built in 2007, with brand new everything and they look amazing! They have 24 hr security and gated fences... but I wonder if anyone has ever stayed long periods of time there and whether or not its safe. I mean I know there are good parts and bad parts to every city. I am going to be there alone alot when my husband is deployed when I finally move there. So any one with Tijuana living experiencing people give me some insight.
  • I am considering TJ because its the closest place to my husband's base with reasonable numbers. I am a fulltime student and he works. We have a home and I am relocating to SD in a couple of months. I just want a reasonably price beautiful place to live. I am bringing pets with me as well which taxes on more money in SD, and most places probably would allow my pitbull in the apartment complex because he's going to be huge. I am not relocating without him. I also dont want to get raped or killed while he is away either. The places I am considering claim to be well secured. I mean a 4 bedroom well designed modern home for 500 per month just in TJ.... which does worry me. I speak enough spanish to function with the locals. I want to be safe. Yikes I am confused!
  • Why TJ ? Proximity to California ? The low cost housr ou found ? I'm retired and living in Acapulco. Great town, price of a house is incredibly low , beautiful weather and beach and best of all TAX free !. My point is Mexico is cheap and beautiful. Come on down and look around dont limit your choices in Mexico. I surely would pick Acapulco over TJ.........
  • so which you pick for to seek and torture people for kicks? you would be able to desire to provide up being a hateful man or woman. i'm sorry in the adventure that your mom dropped you on your head once you have been an toddler, although that is not any longer actual anyone else's fault. instead of dropping some time on hate for those people and spending some time coming up with inane thoughts, according to possibility you need to make the hassle to look at your self and ask your self why that is which you experience so horribly approximately your self which you would be able to desire to experience better to others by potential of hating a widespread race of folk. that is evident that is not any longer illegals you hate, yet Mexicans. So take a while to make your ideas up why you experience so inferior so which you could hate an entire team of folk for no different reason than they are diverse. Take off your white gowns and sit down on a psychiatrists settee for a whilst. it may help.
  • Im a little concern about Tijuana`s image. Tony D made my blood boiled, in case you dìdnt knew, they are many narcotrafficants here! (by the way, they live in the pretty neighborhoods) they have to live here to pass the drug to california, because USA is the 1st drug consumer, so it is your country`s fault that we Tj`s live like this! in the middle of narco`s vs others narco`s -FBI-polices and militars battle, we regulary people dont get involved, unleast we are rich we get kidnaped, or if you are outrageous, thats not a good idea if you live in TJ, dont dare to use your new agency BMW, cause car roberys, are sooo common, you just need a regulary working vehicle or a good insurance to live in peace. I was born here, Im 22 and never lived any security problem, I`ve lived at san diego chula vista for few monts and I missed my city, california is so boring! We most of people live well and "safe" If it wasnt like that, we didnt live here! dont you think? . They are beautiful secure places here, I recomend you to visit "Aguacaliente`s zone" for beautiful big houses -(little expensive) at safe zone, or "Chapultepec" well. Im sure your can find something and for sure cheaper! By the way! about your pitbull, there is a new law against this dogs, personaly I totally aprobe it! check animal control before bringing him, you need permission to have those animals.
  • I don't have experience living in TJ, but there are many US retirees and expats living there. You can find some discussion groups/forums on the web by doing a google search on "living in Tijuana".
  • You can not just move to Mexico. There are immigration issues. The FM 3 and FM2 ISSUES LAST AROUND 10 YEARS. You will need money in the Bank . You need to have a income of $1200.00 a month or a multiple of 12 times that to qualify for an annual FM 3. You will however have the protection of the "Fideicomiso" There were a couple that signed papers unwittingly giving their property over to a Lawyer who quickly sold it and disappeared If its any consolation there are 3000 less Cartel members than the previous year.
  • Long story short, we lived with my girlfriends grandmother, my girl held a steady job until her psycho mother moved into the garage bringing all her drama with her. Well her mother ended up stealing my girls sister boyfriend he was a friend of my girls since 8th grade), and he moved in and ended up being a victim of violent crime 6 years ago, is now deceased, when going to get drugs for the mother and himself. My girlfriend took all that pretty hard, lost her job because she couldnt handle and was addicted to meth. She has overcame that, graduated from prop 36, but was basically out of work for 5 years. Basically my question is: Every year that she wasnt working, she had been claimed on her grandmothers taxes. Is there a way she can find out how much taxes were recieved on her behalf? We have been together 8 years now, and I believe in California that means we are legally married, should I have been able to claim my girlfriend as a dependent? I
  • You can't find out how much grandma got from claiming her unless grandma tells you. And it's very likely her grandma had a legal right to claim her anyway. And whatever was received wasn't "on her behalf" like she has some kind of right to the money, she doesn't. Now about the 'legally married' part - you aren't, no matter how long you have lived together. CA doesn't even HAVE common law marriage. And even in the states that do, it requires more than just living together, you have to present yourselves as married, among other things, and you don't do that by the fact that you refer to her as your girlfriend. And unless you could prove that YOU provided over half of your gf's support for the year, you could not have claimed her - since you were living with grandma, so SHE was providing the lodging for both of you, not likely you were providing over half your gf/s support unless YOU were paying grandma a lot of rent for the two of you to live there
  • No taxes were received on her behalf. Taxes are received on behalf of the person who the tax return says did the claiming, not the person who was claimed. The only possible way to find out how much her grandmother received would be to ask her grandmother. It is illegal for anyone else to tell you or your girlfriend. If you were legally married, then it would be illegal for you to have claimed your girlfriend as a "dependent". It is illegal to claim any person who is married to you as a "dependent". It is legal to claim a person as your "dependent" only if that person is not married to you. Hypothetically speaking, if you were legally married, then she is your "wife", not your "girlfriend", then you must amend your tax returns to claim her as your "spouse", and not as your "dependent". You can claim her as your "spouse" even if her grandmother already claimed her as a "dependent". However, you can claim the "exemption" for her only if either (a) you file the amended return as a "joint" return and your wife (notice that word) signs it, or (b) her grandmother's claim was illegal in some way. If the grandmother's claim was legal and you file the amendment alone, then you cannot claim the "exemption". Before filing any paperwork on which you claim that you are married, be aware that 1) doing so might make you legally married, even if you were not before you filed it, and 2) if you make yourself legally married and the relationship later ends, she may be entitled to a lot of what you have (CA is a community property state). Unless you know exactly what you are doing (which you do not), do not proceed in this direction without having a divorce lawyer tell you the consequences. There is a lot more than just taxes at stake.
  • 1) People do not receive "taxes" they pay them. 2) Taxes are filed and computed as a whole, there is no allocation based on who claimed who. 3) It is none of your business how much the grandmother received as a refund. 4) Just "being together" does not make you legally married in ANY state. In addition, CA does not have common law marriages. You might want to educate yourself on how taxes work.
  • you don't "file taxes on" someone... you might claim them as dependent, and you may get a deduction, but you don't "receive taxes' either... while you may have been able to claim here as a deopendent, if she was earnign money from a job, she should have been filing her own tax return and either claiming herself or nothing as either you or the grandmother were/would claim here and then she'd have to pay more... a person can only be claimed on 1 return for a deduction.
  • it is taxable as hassle-free income. you ought to pay tax on the quantity on the 1099. there is not any exclusion for winnings of any quantity. some winnings are exempt from withholding however the finished quantity is often taxable. She desires to report an amended return on sort 1040X and pay the extra tax due via April 17, 2007.
  • California does not have common law marriage, so you are not married and cannot claim her as a dependent.
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