DMV Hearings for DUI
Corona DUI Defense Attorney
A DMV hearing is separate from a court hearing. In a court hearing, you
receive your actual charges for DUI; in a DMV hearing, the only topic
of discussion is your driving privileges. This hearing will determine
whether or not you can keep your license—a decision which can affect
your whole life, including your ability to work. Because of this, it is
extremely important that you win your hearing. If you were charged with
a DUI, contact me, Michael J. LaCilento, for assistance. I have two decades
of experience in legal work and can help you keep your license.
How to Win a DMV Hearing
When you go into a DMV hearing, your case will be examined to determine
if you did, in fact, drive while intoxicated. If the initial charge is
recognized, your license will be suspended.
In order to win a DMV hearing, you have to demonstrate one of the following
to be true:
- The officer had no reasonable cause to pull you over
- Your blood alcohol content level was below 0.08% at the time of driving
- The officer did not lawfully pull you over/arrest you
- Inadequate or incorrect evidence for your charge
- You attempted to complete a breath test
Beyond this, if it is determined that you failed or did not consent to
a breath test, you will have to provide similar evidence regarding the
circumstance of your test. For example, you may be able to retain your
license if you can prove that the officer did not warn you of the consequences
of refusing a breath test. I am dedicated to providing aggressive defense
for my clients in any situation, and will work to help you stay you on the road.
Hire an Aggressive DUI Attorney
Keep in mind that the only way to overturn a DMV suspension for drinking
and driving is to be acquitted in court. This is why it is so important
to secure an experienced DUI lawyer before your hearing. I can battle
your charges and defend your right to drive. Even if you have already
had your licensed revoked, I can still help. I go to whatever lengths
are necessary to defend my clients.
Contact my firm today for a free consultation of your case!