San Jose DMV Hearing Lawyer
Why should you go to the DMV hearing?
If you were arrested for
DUI and had your license suspended, you have 10 days in which to request a
DMV hearing to challenge the suspension. A knowledgeable attorney can
be essential in having your license suspension overturned. At The Law
Offices of Adam Allen Arant, Esq., we have successfully represented many
clients at DMV hearings. We may be able to help you keep your driving
privileges, while also providing trusted
criminal defense against your DUI charges.
When you or your attorney requests a DMV hearing, your license suspension
is postponed and pending based on the outcome of the hearing. It is somewhat
like a small trial and it solely concerns your driving privileges. A proven
San Jose DUI attorney can present evidence on your behalf as well as cross-examine
police officers and other pertinent witnesses that may have information
Determining Legitimacy of the DUI
At a DMV hearing in a DUI case, the hearing officer has to decide the validity
of the case against you. They will ask three questions in relation to
1. Were you were actually driving when arrested?
2. Were you lawfully arrested or was there misconduct?
3. Was your blood alcohol content (BAC) at .08% or higher when arrested?
There are a number of mistakes that law enforcement can make in their case
against you. We aggressively search for these errors in order to fortify
your defense. It is quite common that DUI cases can get overturned and
by attending the DMV hearing, you are greatly enhancing your chances.
Our San Jose DUI Lawyers Help You Keep Your License Privileges
Depending on the outcome of your DMV hearing, your drivers’ license
could be immediately reinstated. Accomplishing this however, usually requires
an extensive understanding of the DMV hearing process and the legal system
pertaining to DUI defense. Our firm has the knowledge and passion to defend
your best interests. We understand how important it is for you to keep
your driving privileges.
Contact us today to discuss legal strategy for protecting your license so that you
can avoid losing your driving privileges altogether.