Yes the DUI class indicated that they would be sending ME confirmation of completion--but I don't recall them saying they would send it to the court. I did provide the DUI class with the name of the county (San Mateo) in which the court is located. My attorney said the DUI class should automatically send it to the court. He's a great attorney for matters in his own state but I'm not sure how familiar he is with these online DUI schools for out-of-state residents--so I'm not sure if I should rely on his opinion there.
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This is all extremely helpful. Just one small correction: my attorney DOES practice law in the state in which I was convicted. It is just that most of his clients also live in that state--and I do not. And his other clients will be doing their DUI school in California whereas I am not (by permission of the court). My suspicion is that his advice is good for his clients in general--but not for my situation.
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