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Old 05-02-2017, 09:04 PM   #1  
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Default Is a "wet" reckless a reportable MVA?

I have heard conflicting information that a "wet" reckless (23103.5) is not a reportable MVA that must be reported within 60 days. I have also heard that it IS an MVA. Any thoughts?
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I don't even know what you are talking about
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I don't even know what you are talking about
Driving while wet, der.
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Found it-- Guess it's a CA thing!

A California "wet reckless" is a very common charge reduction from a charge of California DUI (either VC 23152(a) driving under the influence or VC 23152(b) driving with a BAC of 0.08 or higher). A California wet reckless under Vehicle Code 23103.5 VC is unique because it's not a charge for which you can be arrested.


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61.15 states reports are required if convicted of driving "intoxicated" "impaired" or "under the influence"

23103.5 VC wet reckless driving does not include any of that language but includes the involvement and consumption. But does not admit impairment etc. Its a reduced charge just I don't know if it's reportable. Lawyers are saying different things
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