The DMV Administrative Hearing
It is important to note that the California DMV is a completely different and separate entity than the court system. Because your court date and your DMV hearing are two separate matters, it is important to schedule your DMV hearing within 10 days from the date of your arrest. Please call us today and we can schedule your appointment for you and explain the DMV Hearing process.
Like the courts, the DMV has a set of rules for the introduction and evaluation of evidence. All of the same issues, such as probable cause, sufficiency and accuracy of blood, breath, and urine tests, and the quality and admissibility of field sobriety tests (FSTs) are all relevant issues to be argued accordingly. It is important to have an experienced and dedicated DUI attorney at your side to argue your case and assert your rights.