Representation for DMV Hearings in Solano County
Vallejo DUI Defense Attorneys
One of the most important elements of a DUI case is the DMV hearing. When a person is arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, the police will confiscate their driver's license, which will then automatically be suspended in 30 days unless the driver contests their license suspension at a hearing with the Department of Motor Vehicles. It is very important that this hearing is scheduled within 10 days of the driver's arrest.
Those drivers who fail to schedule a hearing within the 10-day period will lose their right to a hearing altogether, and their license will automatically be suspended for anywhere from 3 months to one year, regardless of the outcome of their criminal case.
Why Hire a Lawyer for the DMV Hearing?
With your driver's license on the line, you want to make sure every effort is made to win back your driving privileges. Having an attorney on your side who has experience representing clients at the DMV hearing will be an invaluable asset to your case. An experienced DMV hearing lawyer can ensure all aspects of your case are addressed appropriately, and that the necessary defense strategies are utilized to increase your chances of winning back your driver's license. This might include contesting an unlawful police stop, challenging field sobriety test results or breath or blood test results, or motioning to dismiss evidence obtained during an unlawful search and seizure.
Contact Our Solano County DUI Lawyers for Help!
Backed by decades of experience, we have helped clients throughout Benicia, Dixon, Vacaville, Vallejo, Solano County, and Napa County address their license suspension at the DMV hearing, and feel confident in our ability to provide you with the effective defense you need following a DUI arrest.
If you are searching for an attorney to help you fight your drunk driving charges and represent you at the DMV hearing, contact our Solano County DUI lawyers at Maas and Russo.