Tulare County California Wet Reckless Program | CA SB-1176 DUI Course Online

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Tulare County CA Wet Reckless SB-1176 12 Hour Pretrial Diversion Program

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When you are involved in an alcohol related driving offense there are many legal terms that might be used in your case. The most common terms are DUI, DWI and “wet” reckless. The term DUI stands for driving under the influence, and is interchangeable with the term DWI, which stands for driving while intoxicated. The legal system in California only uses the term DUI when either drug or alcohol induced impaired driving is at issue. Even if somebody uses the term DWI on accident in California, they are referring to a DUI. There is, however, a significant difference between a DUI conviction and a “wet” reckless conviction.

The Tulare County California “wet” reckless charge was devised to provide an incentive for DUI defendants to enter into a plea bargain, in fact a “wet” reckless is not something you can actually be arrested for. There is technically no actual law on the books that defines a “wet” reckless, rather CVC 23103.5 allows a defendant to make a plea of no contest on a lesser charge of CVC 23103 for reckless driving with a notation that alcohol was involved.

A “wet” reckless offers the following benefits over a DUI:

  • 1 Mandatory fines may be reduced.
  • 2 Mandatory alcohol related classes may be reduced.
  • 3 Jail time will likely be eliminated. This is helpful if you have a prior alcohol related driving offense, as a “wet” reckless will eliminate the mandatory jail time a DUI conviction wold carry with the prior convictions.
  • 4 Some California counties mandate the installation of a ignition interlock device on your vehicle after a DUI conviction and a “wet” reckless conviction can eliminate this requirement.
  • 5 It may help you maintain any jobs and/or professional licenses that forbid a DUI conviction.
  • 6 Your criminal record will show a “wet” reckless conviction which often looks better than a DUI conviction.

Drinking Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States: Approximately 17.6 million people, or about one in every 12 people, suffer from alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence along with several million more who have binge drinking patterns that could lead to severe alcohol problems.

More than half of all adults have family members who have a history of alcoholism or problem drinking, and more than 7 million children live in a household where at least one parent is dependent on or has abused alcohol on a regular basis.

Alcohol abuse and alcoholism can affect all aspects of a person’s life. Long-term alcohol use can cause serious health complications (heart, liver, and kidney failure just to name a few), can damage emotional stability, finances, career, and impact one’s family, friends and community.

Over time, excessive alcohol use, both in the form of heavy drinking or binge drinking, can lead to numerous health problems, chronic diseases, neurological impairments and social problems, including but not limited to:

    • Dementia, stroke and neuropathy ailments
    • Cardiovascular (Heart) problems, including myocardial infarction (Heart Attack), cardiomyopathy, atrial fibrillation (AFIB) and hypertension
    • Psychiatric problems, including depression, anxiety, and suicide
    • Social problems, including unemployment, lost productivity, domestic family problems, domestic violence including child mistreatment, fights and homicide
    • Unintentional injuries, such as motor-vehicle traffic crashes, falls, drowning, burns and firearm injuries.
    • Increased risk for many kinds of cancers, including liver, mouth, throat, larynx (voice box), stomach and esophagus
    • Liver diseases, including fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver
    • Gastrointestinal problems, including pancreatitis, ulcers and gastritis
    • Alcohol abuse or dependence on alcohol – alcoholism.

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