Of course. This is possible to handle, but you have to have an attorney do this for you, I am afraid.
There is no question that this is due to human error on some level. What you have to do is to have your attorney contact the district attorney in that county and simply show him that the matter has already been handled. The key here is that it has to be your attorney and not you because you risk being arrested if you do this yourself (and while you'd then be let out once the matter is figured out, we do not want you to be arrested in the first place). The attorney will also be able to pull the necessary records using the resources available to him/her.
Afterwards, you can press the DA to pay your attorney bill or you'd file for malicious prosecution in civil court
, and the DA may agree to reimburse you.
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