BEST SAN DIEGO DMV HEARING DISMISSAL RATE
If You or a Loved One are Facing a DMV Hearing in San Diego, STOP and Think For a Minute… Here are the 5 Vital Things to Take Into Consideration When Looking to Protect Your Future and Save Your License:
1. If you were charged with a DUI, you only have 10 days from the date of your arrest to contact the DMV or your driver’s license will be revoked or suspended. Your attorney can make this request on your behalf.
2. The DMV hearing is an administrative hearing regarding the suspension or revocation of your driving privileges only. It is an entirely separate administrative body from the DUI courts.
3. Even if you were found innocent in the DUI court, your driver’s license can still be revoked at the DMV hearing. This is why it’s crucial to have a DUI attorney who has won thousands of DUI cases in San Diego and is devoted to DUI and criminal defense.
4. If you have already been tried and found guilty in the DUI courts, an experienced DUI attorney may be able to win the retainment of your full driving privileges. Call 24 hours a day, 7 days week to discuss your situation with an experienced DUI attorney.
5. When preparing for a DMV hearing, there are multiple defenses that an experienced DUI attorney can use to protect your license. See how we’ve helped thousands of clients just like you get the best result possible.
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