DMV Hearings: What You Need to Know
The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is a government agency which ensures the safety of the motoring public. If a person’s driving privilege has been revoked or suspended, they are required to participate in a hearing which functions like a mini-trial. During these sessions, drivers must present evidence and witnesses in their own defense.
Common administrative DMV hearings include…
- Fatality Hearings
- Fraudulent Activity Hearings
- Lack of Skill Hearings
- Special Certificate Hearings
- Administrative Per Se Hearings (following DUI arrest)
- Negligent Operator Hearings
- Physical or Mental Hearings
California DMV Lawyer
Many people benefit from the assistance of a specifically trained DMV Defense Expert. These professionals are highly trained in the DMV hearing process and can help you to defend your license. At The Law Office of Ronald G. Brower, we will advocate for you and help you to navigate the complex process of DMV hearings. Contact our office for a no-obligation consultation.