Wallin & Klarich attorneys have handled thousands of DUI cases over the last 32 years. We are highly skilled at dealing with DUI cases as well as winning DMV hearings for our clients. We give both aspects of your case attention because we know how important your license is to you. We have been practicingDUI defense in Riverside County for decades and are very skilled in the procedures of the local Riverside courts.

According to California law, after you’ve been arrested for DUI, the arresting officer is required by law to immediately forward a copy of the completed notice of suspension or revocation form and any driver license taken into possession, with a sworn report to the DMV. However, you will be provided with a temporary license by the officer.

The DMV automatically conducts an administrative review that includes an examination of the officer’s report, the suspension or revocation order, and any test results. If the suspension or revocation is upheld during the administrative review, you may request a hearing to contest the suspension or revocation.

You have the right to request a hearing from the DMV within 10 days of your arrest. Your temporary license will be good until a decision is reached after your DMV hearing. The attorneys at Wallin & Klarich carefully comb through every report we receive looking for legal issues in your case to insure that we will be fully prepared for your hearing. We also work with the best forensic experts that we may call upon to testify at the hearing. Success is our goal and we pull out all the stops to assist you in keeping your license.

There are many factors that determine the outcome of a DMV hearing and having a highly skilled Riverside DUI and DMV Hearing Defense attorney is vital in making sure you get the best possible result in your case. The attorneys at Wallin & Klarich have been helping those charged with DUI for over 30 years. You can call us at (877) 4-NO-JAIL or (877) 466-5245. We will be there when you call.

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