Experienced Palm Springs DMV Hearing Lawyer
After being charged with DUI, you actually have two primary legal concerns. The first, of course, is starting an aggressive defense of your DUI criminal charges. For many people, the second concern of the DMV hearing is no less important. Aside from criminal court proceedings, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) may suspend or revoke your driving privilege for driving under the influence of alcohol. In California, the legal amount is typically .08 percent for adults, and .01 percent for minors. If you are an adult with a commercial driver’s license, the legal limit is reduced to .04 percent, whether you are driving on the job or in your own car.
In Palm Springs and all over the state of California a person’s livelihood often depends on the ability to drive a car to and from work. Some jobs require driving as a condition of employment. Loss of the privilege to drive is a serious matter that can put your job at risk and endanger your ability to care for yourself and your family.
The Dolan Law Offices can help you fight to keep your license, no matter why the DMV is trying to take away your privileges. You may be facing a driver’s license suspension for a variety of reasons, including DUI, excessive points for speeding infractions, or because of your age.
Contact us for a free consultation about fighting to keep your driving privileges. Our firm provides legal advice and representation for residents of the Palm Springs region and communities throughout Riverside County. We guarantee our efforts to fight for the best possible outcome at your DMV hearing.
DUI arrest and the DMV hearing
At the time of your arrest, you should have been legally notified that you have 10 calendar days to request a hearing with the DMV, or you will have your license automatically suspended, pending the outcome of your criminal charges. Your license may also be facing suspension for excessive traffic tickets or “negligent operator.” Don’t throw away your right to a DMV hearing! Dolan Law Offices can notify the Department of Motor Vehicles for you and represent you at the suspension hearing.
If you or someone you know has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence, you need the help of an experienced DUI attorney. We will evaluate your case and defend you in court against criminal charges, and help to protect your driving privilege with the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
Contact Dolan Law Offices for an Experienced DMV Hearing Attorney
As a California Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist and DUI Lawyer, John Patrick Dolan has the experience and resources to represent you in license revocation hearings based on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol! Don’t give up your driving privileges without a fight. Contact us right away.