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5 THINGS EVERYONE IN SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA SHOULD KNOW
In San Diego, California,
DUIs are all too common.
There are many aspects to a DUI, but there are few important things you should
have 10 days from
the date of your arrest to request a hearing with the DMV regarding your
a. This hearing is your only chance to save your
license from suspension. Since
2005, the Courts have no jurisdiction over the DMV. What happens to your
license is decided by the DMV alone.
b. It is always in your best interest to request this hearing.
hearings are conducted either telephonically or in-person.
you have been arrested for a
you must consult with an attorney to
discuss your options and avoid unnecessary penalties, fines, or license
can have serious consequences. It is extremely important that you know what they
are so you can make informed decisions about what you want to do.
is your choice to fight your case or accept a deal. Every case is different, so
speak with your attorney to make sure you understand your options.
c. If you plead guilty and were not
advised of all of the possible consequences – you MUST speak with an attorney
The Court determines:
a. what fines you have to pay;
b. what classes you have to take; and
c. any other punishments that may be rendered,
including Public Work Service
or Volunteer Work.
Court cannot help you get your license.
DUIs are usually misdemeanors.
is your 4th DUI within 10
have injured or caused the death of another; or
have been convicted of felony DUI in the past
can fight and win your DUI case!
are complicated and confusing for everyone – that includes cops. There are many
places to challenge the stop, the tests, and the arrest.