Excessive Points / Negligent Operator
If you have too many points on your driving record or have been labeled a “negligent operator” by the DMV, the DMV can suspend or revoke your driving privileges for an indefinite period of time. If you have accumulated up to 4 points in a 12-month period, 6 points in a 24-month period, or 8 points in a 36-month period, then your driving privileges can be suspended by the DMV until you get your record cleared. In addition, you can have your driving privileges suspended or revoked for being involved in an automobile accident, for failing a drive test, or for being referred to the DMV for a priority re-examination by a police officer.
NegligentOperator DMV Hearing
However, you do have rights. You have the right to have a DMV hearing to contest the potential suspension or revocation, and, if successful, have the DMV action set aside. You also have the right to be represented by a Southern California DMV attorney at that hearing. Wallin & Klarich has been handling DMV hearings throughout Southern California for over 20 years. Please call Wallin & Klarich at (877) 466-5245 for a free consultation.
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