Plea Forms, Admission Forms, and Waiver Forms for Solano County and Napa County

Background re: Plea Agreements and Waiver Forms

If your attorney is unable to convince the Court or District Attorney that the charges against you should be dismissed, and going to trial or a contested hearing is not an advisable option for your case, it is not uncommon for a case to resolve in a negotiated “plea” deal, where your attorney and the District Attorney agree to a negotiated result.

 

In order to accomplish a plea agreement, you have certain rights that you give up that are described in a Waiver of Rights form. Any time you are giving up a right, it must be waived, and this can be done by signing a waiver form, which can also include such rights as the right to be present at every court appearance, or to appear with your attorney at sentencing.

Below are the most common Waiver Forms available in Solano County and Napa County.

 

SOLANO COUNTY PLEA-ADMISSION-WAIVER FORMS

SOLANO COUNTY DUI WAIVER FORMS

SOLANO Plea Form – DUI w 0 Priors

SOLANO Plea Form – DUI w 1 Prior

SOLANO Plea Form – DUI w 2 Priors

SOLANO Plea Form – Wet Reckless Misdemeanor

SOLANO Plea In Absentia Form – DUI Cases

 

SOLANO COUNTY FELONY WAIVER FORMS

SOLANO Plea Form – Felony Case

SOLANO PC 977b Waiver Form of Defendant Presence in Felony Case

 

SOLANO COUNTY MISDEMEANOR WAIVER FORMS

SOLANO Plea Form – Misdemeanor Case

SOLANO Plea In Absentia Form – Non-DUI

 

SOLANO COUNTY JUVENILE ADMISSION FORM

SOLANO Admission Form – Juvenile Case

 

SOLANO COUNTY PROBATION VIOLATION, PRCS VIOLATION, PAROLE VIOLATION, OR MANDATORY SUPERVISION VIOLATION WAIVER FORM

SOLANO Admission Form – Adult Probation-PRCS-Parole-Mandatory Supervision Violation

 

NAPA COUNTY PLEA-ADMISSION-WAIVER FORMS

NAPA COUNTY PLEA FORMS AND PROBATION ORDER

NAPA Advisement – Plea Form

NAPA Plea In Absentia Form

NAPA Probation Order Form

 

NAPA COUNTY DUI-RELATED ADVISEMENT FORMS

NAPA Advisement – DUI and Wet Reckless Consequences Form

NAPA Advisement – Suspended License Consequences

 

Call Honeychurch & Boyd Today for Help in Your Case

If you are being investigated for, or charged with, a crime in outer Solano County, Suisun, Vacaville, Vallejo, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Benicia, or Dixon, or within any city in Yolo County or Napa County, you need a relentless advocate on your side to fight for your freedom by any means legally available. And, even when the circumstances dictate that a dismissal of your case is not possible, and trial or contesting the allegations not advisable, you need a skilled, trusted negotiator in your corner to work out the most favorable outcome possible in your case.

At Honeychurch & Boyd, we have represented thousands of satisfied clients whose cases resulted favorably as a result of our advocacy and negotiation prowess. Call our office today at 707-429-3111 for a free consultation as to how we can work to achieve the best possible outcome for your case and situation.

 

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