it is vital that one of your initial questions to ask a client facing a San Diego DUI is whether they have had a traffic violation in the last 12 months. If so, I let them know a San Diego DUI conviction has yet another risk. That risk is getting 4 points in one year and your license will be suspended. Read on….
A San Diego DUI attorney must represent their client dealing with two separate entities…..the criminal court system and the California DMV. Most of my clients list getting their drivers license privilege restored as one of the most important aspects of the San Diego process (behind potentially going to jail). Read on…
The loss of a driving privilege can be serious for people, especially mature drivers who are still living in the hustle and bustle of the suburbs. They may want to slow down. However, they will be sharing the road with people who always seem to be in a hurry and are often distracted themselves with phones, music, etc. There is an intricate balance between public safety and an individual’s ability to live. For more information check out these links.
The motorist has only 10 calendar days after the date of arrest to request a administrative per se hearing (APS) at the DMV. If the driver does not request a hearing, the Department of Motor Vehicles will automatically suspend driver’s license.