Have you had your driver's license suspended or revoked by the California DMV? Is it doing so, or is it threatening to do so? Is the Department preventing you from obtaining a license in another state? Do you need to get your driver's license back once it's been suspended?
The Law Office of Steve Spiegelman can assist you in any situation. We provide free consultations and can typically assist you in resolving your issues promptly.
Combating the DMV can be a difficult and time-consuming process. It helps to (1) comprehend the complex set of California DMV laws, (2) know how to cut through the bureaucracy at this massive and obstinate government building, and (3) have long-standing relationships with important Department officials who have the authority to make decisions. The DMV driver safety hearing officers who preside over the administrative hearings are included in this.
Hearings at the DMV as a result of DUI arrests
Even if the criminal case was only for a misdemeanor, the DMV will seek to suspend your driver's license if you are arrested for DUI, DUI of Drugs, or Vehicular Manslaughter. Out-of-state drivers who are charged with a DUI in California may lose their ability to drive in their home state. These sessions are referred to as "Admin Per Se" or APS by the Department. If the motorist is arrested for underage DUI or refusing a chemical test, his or her license will be suspended for at least one year.
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