Beverly Hills DUI Attorney
You Have 10 Days to Schedule Your DMV Hearing!
After a police officer arrests someone for
driving under the influence (DUI), the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will place a suspension
that individual’s license. They will not be allowed to drive until
they schedule a hearing with the DMV to gain back their driving privileges.
California laws are very strict and heavily enforces the law to apprehend
and punish drunk drivers. If you have been arrested for DUI, you should
have a trustworthy Beverly Hills DUI lawyer working on your case as soon
Jay Jaffe A Professional Corporation is a premier criminal defense firm
with a successful track record of success.
Contact my firm today to learn more about your legal options: (310) 275-2333.
What Happen at DMV Hearings?
Immediately after arrest, the officer will issue a “Notice of Suspension”
note, which will allow you to drive for at least 30 days. However, it
will be up to you to schedule a DMV hearing to maintain that privilege.
Otherwise, you could lose out on the right and will not be able to retain
your driving privileges.
Additionally, you must fulfill these requirements before your license can
- Enrollment in a DUI education program
- Pay a $125 reinstatement fee
- Submit a completed SR-22 insurance form
- If required, installation of an Ignition Interlock Device
If you do not schedule your DMV hearing within the 10-day window, not only
can this afford you extra time and delay the suspension or revocation
of a license until a decision has been made. If you win the hearing, it
can prevent the suspension of your license altogether!
40+ Years of Fighting DUI Charges
As a Beverly Hills DUI lawyer, I can represent your case to determine whether
there was enough probable cause to arrest you for driving under the influence
and address any other weaknesses in the case. Many issues will need to
be considered that can drastically impact the outcome of your case. You
will want to ensure that you are adequately prepared for this. That is
where I come in.
Remember—you only have 10 days!
Give me a call as soon as possible and let’s discuss your case. I have been defending
those accused of DUI for over 40 years.