California DMV Hearing Lawyers
What You Need to Know About DMV Hearings
If you have been arrested or cited for a criminal offense related to alcohol and/or drugs, you can have your driving privileges suspended or revoked by the DMV. For a California alcohol-related offense (whether while driving or a minor in possession), the DMV can suspend or revoke your driving privileges from 4 months up to 3 years, depending upon the particular circumstances of your case, including your age and your prior driving record.
The DMV can also suspend or revoke your driving privileges for driving under the influence of an illegal or prescription drug, being in possession of marijuana or being labeled a “habitual” drug user. However, you do have rights. You have the right to a DMV hearing to contest the potential suspension or revocation. If successful, the DMV action will be set aside. You also have the right to be represented by a DMV attorney at that hearing.
Call the DUI Lawyers at Wallin & Klarich Today
At Wallin & Klarich, we approach every case with the belief that the person we’re defending could easily be one of our own family members. We’ve seen firsthand how stressful legal matters can be for our clients and their loved ones. We are committed to being available to our clients at all times — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you or someone you love is facing drunk driving charges in Southern California, call Wallin & Klarich today for a free evaluation of your case.
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