DMV Hearings in Orange County
Orange County DUI Defense Attorney
When faced with
DUI charges after an arrest in Orange County, it is essential that you schedule a
DMV Hearing. With only 10 days to request the administrative hearing,
you have to act quickly in order to protect your driver’s license. For
drivers under 21 years of age who were found to have 0.01% BAC at the time of their arrest will automatically
have their license suspended for 1 year.
This hearing is completely separate from a DUI criminal court case and
it is strictly focused on whether or not you will get to keep your license
or if it will be suspended. Neglecting to attend this hearing and have
the proper legal counsel represent you can be detrimental.
To retain Attorney Goodman for your hearing,
What Will Happen If I Do Not Attend the Hearing?
If you choose not to schedule a DMV Hearing, you may face the following
actions from the DMV:
first DUI, your license will be suspended for 4 months.
second or subsequent DUI was committed within 10 months of your first, your license will be suspended
for 1 year.
These consequences also apply for those that attend the hearing but are
unable to get their license suspension lifted. For those who lose the
hearing, you may apply for a restricted license to drive to work and other
specific places designated by a DMV field office. With so much at stake,
it is important to have a knowledgeable and aggressive DUI lawyer at your
side to fight for your license.
Representation You Need to Keep Your License in CA
When you work with
Attorney Goodman, you can feel confident knowing that you have an advocate is a 10.0 Superb
rated lawyer on Avvo and has been featured on various news platforms for
her knowledge of criminal law. Attorney Goodman understands that bad things
happen to good people and will work relentlessly to protect your rights
and recover the best possible outcome.
Discuss your DUI charges during a
free consultation today!