DMV Administrative Law
At Leslie Legal Group, I as a criminal lawyer and we, as criminal defense attorneys, thoroughly understand that your criminal defense or DUI case is one of the most important matters pending in your life and will constantly be a serious concern on your mind. One of these serious concerns is retaining your driving privilege to drive to and from work even though you have been arrested, charged and or convicted of a crime or DUI.
Has your driving privilege or driver's license been restricted, suspended or revoked by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)? Have you received a notice from the DMV that they are taking action against your drivers' license? If so, then please call my firm immediately to talk to one of our criminal defense attorneys as there are many unforgiving time lines that can not be missed!
The DMV has the authority to restrict, suspend and revoked your driving privilege (drivers' license) for numerous reasons including, but not limited to, DUI arrest and conviction, minors in possession of alcohol or drugs (MIP), reckless driving (Negligent Operator), driving out of classification, mental or medical conditions, vandalism, prostitution, truancy, too many points or accidents and various criminal convictions.
However, the DMV can only take such draconian measures only after they have provided you with Due Process of law including an Administrative Hearing whereat you are entitled to have an attorney present. That's where my firm comes in!
My law firm has helped hundreds of clients in San Diego retain and regain their driving privilege and have successfully handled numerous DMV hearings over the last 18 years legally persuading the DMV to reinstate their driver's license because they cannot meet their evidentiary burden when put to the test.
Without an experienced criminal lawyer or DUI attorney familiar with the DMV proceedings and administrative hearings on your side knowledgeable in the intricacies of the Vehicle Code, Administrative Code and the Government Code, your driving privilege will most likely be suspended or revoked by the DMV.
My firm recognizes your individual and pressing needs to be able to drive to work, take the kids to school or drive to the doctors office or grocery store! Let me as your San Diego criminal lawyer help you fight to prevent the DMV from taking your driver's license away in the first place, and if your driving privilege has already been taken away, to fight to get it back!
Contact us online or call us at 760-579-0380.