DMV license suspension hearings are useful in preparing a defense in a DUI case. Your attorney can issue subpoenas that require police to bring their videos to the DMV hearing. DMV hearings provide the opportunity to cross examine the arresting officer and other witnesses, get police reports and watch videos of an arrest.
To contest a proposed license suspension, the request for a hearing must be submitted within 10 days of your arrest for DUI.
Ask for a DMV license suspension hearing immediately after an arrest or citation for DUI.
It's possible to contest your DMV license suspension and prevail.
Get Your License Back
Request a DMV hearing immediately after an arrest or citation for DUI.
Remember: If the police took your driver's license, you have only 10 days to request a hearing on a DMV license suspension.
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