Has your license been suspended for DUI?
Charges of driving under the influence (DUI) could result in a suspended driver’s license if the individual is convicted. Even a first DUI offense can result in license suspension for six months. During this time, you will be unable to drive yourself to work, school, the grocery store, or any appointments you may have hand. You will be entirely dependent on your friends and family and on public transportation, which is not nearly as dependable. This means that your job could be jeopardized by your DUI charges. There is a way to restore your license after being arrested for DUI, however: administrative DMV hearings.
Restore Your License Through an Administrative Hearing
When a police officer makes a DUI arrest, they confiscate the person’s license and issue them a 30-day temporary license. You have just 10 days from your arrest to request a hearing at the DMV in order to contest your license suspension and have your license restored. If you are able to convince the administrative judge that your arrest and / or charges were unlawful, invalid, or contestable, your license could be returned to you until the final outcome of your DUI case is decided. The Reynoso Law Firm has represented countless DUI clients throughout Southern California, including Los Angeles and Orange County and can help you restore your license.
Hire an Experianced DMV Hearing Attorney
The Reynoso Law Firm specializes in fightning all aspects of a DUI arrest, including the DMV hearings. We have handled numerous DUI cases to successful ends over the years. For this reason, we were selected by Orange County Register Metro as a Top DUI Attorney, maintain an A+ Rating with the BBB, and a Suberb Rating with AVVO. Contact us as soon as possible to learn exactly how we can handle your case!