DMV Administrative Hearing Attorney Serving Hollywood and Other Areas of Southern California
If you have been arrested for a DUI (drunk driving), it is important that you enlist the assistance of a Hollywood DUI attorney who can help you address issues as they arise. One aspect of a DUI that is often neglected is the request for a DMV administrative hearing.
Located in Hollywood, California, we at the Law Offices of Jonathan Franklin strive to provide DUI clients with aggressive representation tailored to meet their specific needs. Los Angeles DUI Attorney Jonathan Franklin has years of experience helping clients deal with DUI and other criminal charges. Along with our qualified staff, Mr. Franklin assists clients at every stage in the DUI defense process. His knowledge of the California DUI laws is extensive and he passes this vital knowledge on to his clients.
The Law Offices of Jonathan Franklin will confidently handle DMV administrative hearings for our clients facing DUI charges. Contact us at 310-273-9600 to schedule your free consultation. We may be able to help you as we have countless others over the years.
Thorough DUI and Driver’s License Defense Representation
Whether you are facing your first DUI, second DUI or any other drunk driving offense, your arrest will trigger an automatic driver’s license suspension. You have 10 days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing. During this hearing, you and your lawyer will be able to present your case, attempting to persuade the DMV to allow you to keep your license. In situations where a client’s license will be suspended, it may be possible for us to seek a temporary driver’s license.
It is important to know that retaining your driver’s license after a DUI arrest could be extremely difficult. Most alleged offenders have their license suspended for a period of time. However, if you do not request the DMV administrative hearing and retain the assistance of a qualified lawyer, you have no chance of keeping your license.
A DMV administrative hearing is separate from the criminal aspect of your DUI case. Attorney Jonathan Franklin can assess your situation and explain how the hearing and the criminal charges differ.
- We can also handle DMV hearings for those facing charges related to traffic tickets or other traffic violations.