DUI DMV License Suspension Defense In Nevada City
If you are facing DUI charges in California, you should know that there is a criminal component to your case, and a civil component that deals with driver’s licensing issues. Within 10 days of your DUI arrest, you must schedule a hearing with the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
The Law Offices of Terence D. Broughton provides defense of DUI charges and representation in DMV administrative matters to clients. To schedule a free consultation to discuss ways to protect your license, please contact a Nevada City license suspension defense attorney today.
Working To Get A Stay On License Revocation Actions
Attorney Terence D. Broughton will contact the DMV and request a hearing on your behalf. This will cause a stay (a hold) to be placed on the automatic suspension generally set to take effect 30 days after your arrest. In order to have the stay imposed you must contact Mr. Broughton immediately (within 10 days of your arrest) so that he may make a timely request for a hearing to challenge the suspension and obtain a stay. Many attorneys are unfamiliar with DMV hearings and don’t or won’t handle these hearings.
After the hearing, the DMV will either reimpose the suspension or set the suspension aside. Even under the worst outcome, Mr. Broughton under most circumstances can get your right to drive restored, usually without any suspension time, allowing you to work, raise your family and carry on with your life.
An Attorney Can Make A Difference At Your DMV Hearing
Contact the firm online today to discuss your driver’s licensing issues with a Nevada City defense lawyer. The firm offers affordable representation with one-on-one service. For the northern Sierra/Sierra Foothills area, call 530-265-1919 .