If you have a DMV hearing or need a DMV hearing, you've arrived at the right place. In the state of California, if you've been charged with DUI, you only have 10 days to request a hearing with the DMV to determine if your license should be suspended. If you do not have the hearing, your license may be suspended in 30 days.
If you're convicted for a first DUI, you may lose your license for up to 4 months. Multiple DUI convictions increase the suspension of your license significantly. It is critical that you have proper legal representation during the process.
At a DMV hearing, you have the right to cross examine your accuser and also produce evidence. The hearing can be in person or over the phone. You also have the right to an attorney. You may be able to get your driving privileges restored.
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