How We Help With The Administrative Aspect To A DUI Charge
A California DUI case has two unique parts to it:
- Criminal process – can lead to criminal record, fines and jail time
- Administrative process – length of time you won’t be able to drive
While the majority of folks are worried more about their case’s criminal aspect. After all, nobody wants to pay a lot of money in fines and spends weeks or months behind bars. That doesn’t mean though the administrative side isn’t as important. It’s just as important. Think about it!
Do you drive to and from work or school? Do your children need to see their doctor’s on a regular basis or get to their after-school activities? If so, then any of your life’s must-dos are in serious jeopardy if you are subjected to a license suspension. It is just as bad as any fines you could be levied upon.
This is where our firm comes in. We have the most aggressive attorneys that will put on the best and most aggressive DUI defense for drivers throughout the Southern California region. We understand how important we are to our clients in maintaining their freedom and pocketbook. We provide the best possible legal representation so you don’t have a criminal record and lose your driver’s license.
While you don’t have to have a hearing before the DMV, it’s important to have one when you’ve been arrested for a DUI. All you need to do is call us and use our free consultation at 888-483-2902.
What Is The DMV Hearing And How Can It Assist You
When you’re at the DMV hearing, we have the chance to explain why you need your driver’s license and why it doesn’t need to be suspended in the first place. Some of the ways we can do this include:
- Showing the arresting office didn’t have reasonable cause for believing you were driving while under the influence
- You had a blood alcohol content (BAC) of less than .08 when you were arrested
- You weren’t made aware that refusing to do the Breathalyzer test, urine or blood test will lead to an automatic suspension of your license.
- If acquitted of your charges in the criminal charges, you may get your license back.
- If the judge approves a suspended license, you could keep your limited driving privileges.
In every case, our attorneys will help you throughout the entire process. We understand nobody likes the bureaucracy of the DMV, especially when it comes to DUI charges. We will ensure you do exactly what needs to be done to maintain some driving privileges.
Do you have additional questions? We can give you answers. Just call us at 888-483-2902. You can also send us an email to set up a free consultation.