Fight for your driver’s license after a DUI!
If you have been arrested for a DUI in California, your license has already been taken from you. You have been issued a temporary driving permit and it will last for the next thirty days. If you do not schedule a DMV hearing within 10 days from the time of your arrest, you will lose your license for a specific period of time, usually months for a first time DUI. Having a suspended license can create serious problems at your job and affect your family.
Hiring an experienced DUI defense lawyer to represent you at your DMV hearing could mean the difference between losing your license and reinstating your driving privileges. Even if it is not possible for you to have a license at this time, we may be able to obtain a restricted license, which will allow you to drive to work, school or other destination.
What happens at the DMV hearing?
A DUI arrest is comprised of two separate parts. One is the criminal charge and one is the DMV hearing. The DMV hearing is the administrative part of the DUI offense. As the DMV issues your license, they are the administrative body that can suspend it. The hearing is merely concerned with your driver’s license, it is not related to your criminal charges.
At your DMV hearing, your attorney can present evidence and advocate for you to obtain a restricted driver’s license or retain their clients’ driving privileges. At The Law Offices of Top Criminal Defense Law Firms, APLC, we are dedicated to defending our clients thoroughly and doing everything in our power to avoid the damage of loss of the ability to drive and conviction in the DUI charge in court.
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Whether you have been arrested for a first, second or third DUI, we may be able to help. We understand that your future could be in danger, and utilize over 21 years of experience to fight for our clients’ liberty. If you have already had your license confiscated, you have little time. One of our seasoned attorneys can represent you and may be able to present evidence to allow you to retain your driving privileges.
We know how to present cases at DMV hearings to fight for your right to drive. Contact a DMV hearing lawyer at our San Diego law firm today if you hope to retain your driving privileges.