DUI, DWI And The DMV
DUI And The DMV Process
The DMV Hearing For Your DUI
The DMV hearing needs to be handled promptly. Your driving privileges are at risk after a DUI arrest. In fact, you only have 10 days after the arrest to contact the DMV to request an Administrative Per Se hearing.
Can you avoid a license suspension after a DUI arrest? Contact me to see how I can help.
After your arrest, you will receive a temporary driver's license that expires in 30 days. Failure to request this hearing within 10 days will result in your temporary license expiring and the loss of your driving privileges for at least four months. Obtaining a hearing will allow you to continue driving with your temporary license until the DMV makes a determination following your hearing.
Your DMV hearing is complicated. Specific documents and evidence needs to be obtained promptly before your hearing. I have represented thousands of clients in these hearings. I know what to do throughout this process and will diligently prepare your case to help you win your hearing.
I am an experienced DMV lawyer who puts your best interests first. I will strongly advocate for you and guide you through this process so you know what to expect and what can be done to protect your driving privileges.
Contact Me After Being Arrested For Drunk Driving
Arrested for a DUI? Contact me right away to start protecting your rights. Call 888-360-4256 to schedule a free consultation.