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What information goes in CII section of form CR-180

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What information goes in CII section of form CR-180
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Sam replied 8 years ago.

hi

 

is this California? or what state?

Customer: replied 8 years ago.
California
Expert:  Sam replied 8 years ago.

hi

 

and just to verify we are on the same form CR-180, that is a Petition for Dismissal, is that correct?

Customer: replied 8 years ago.

Yes of a Miisdemeanor

Expert:  Sam replied 8 years ago.

hi

 

thank you - i am viewing the form as i type and it appears to be self-explanatory - in that it seeks the following - you being the Defendant, of course

 

DEFENDANT'S INFORMATION

CII:

DRIVER'S LIC #:

SSN # (LAST FOUR DIGITS ONLY):

DATE OF BIRTH:

 

if i have the wrong section, please let me know.

 

 

Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Ok alittle confused now. I understand this is information regarding me. I need to know what the abbreviation CII stands for and what I put in this space or do I leave that blank and only fill in drivers licence ssn and date of birth?
Expert:  Sam replied 8 years ago.

hi

 

ah ha. my error - that is if the defendant is a Confidential Informant - then their name would not be listed - rather it would be a CII number assigned. so unless you are a CII, then skip it.

 

 

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Thank you so much have a great day.
Expert:  Sam replied 8 years ago.

should have been sent as an info request. no need to accept again. thank you and

 

you're welcome