You Have as Little as 5 days for DMV Notification
The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) possesses the power to suspend or revoke the driving privilege of anyone who operates a motor vehicle in the State of California. Even a person who drives in California with an out‐of state drivers license is subject to the controls of the DMV. Before the DMV can take an administrative action to suspend or revoke a person’s driving privilege, however, California Law mandates that the affected driver be given the opportunity to oppose the intended suspension by conducting an administrative hearing. Before a hearing can occur, DMV notification must take place.
THE SUSPENSION OF YOUR DRIVING PRIVILEGE IS AUTOMATIC....DEFENDING YOURSELF IS NOT!!!
We Are Ready To Start Your Defense Now
If you have received any Notice call us now. We will contact the DMV immediately to preserve your right to a hearing and to lay out a strategy that works. With years of experience,we know what the DMV is looking for; we know how to prepare you and assist you on the path to victory. Victory at the DMV means you keep your license and your driving free.