Representation During Your DMV Hearing
After you have been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Fullerton, your driver's license will be confiscated by law enforcement. You will then be issued a temporary driver's permit that allows you to drive for a maximum of 30 days. After that point, your driving privileges will automatically be suspended. In order to avoid suspension, you will need to schedule a hearing with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) within 10 days of your arrest.
Once you have scheduled your hearing with the California DMV, you will be given a time and date of when you need to appear. The DMV representative will meet with the individual who has been charged within a designated room. Not only will the representative act as a prosecutor, but will also act as a judge. If you are found guilty, you will lose your driving privileges for a designated amount of time.
Contact the Law Offices of Randall T. Longwith for Quality Assistance
You will need to consult with an experienced and knowledgeable DUI attorney in Fullerton from our firm. We have nearly 15 years of combined experience representing individuals with their DUI charges and have handled close to 10,000 cases. As a result of our experience, we have excellent relationships with judges and prosecutors who may be involved in your case.
At the Law Offices of Randall T. Longwith, we are not afraid to go to trial. We go to trial day in and day out and therefore, we have a vast amount of experience within this field. We understand that your privilege to drive is essential to your livelihood. For that reason, we can use our legal resources to help you achieve the best possible result. Contact our DUI attorney in Fullerton for the representation that you need and deserve today.