Ventura DUI Lawyer for DMV Hearings

When you are arrested for DUI in Ventura County, the arresting officer will nearly always take your permanent driver’s license and give you a “pink sheet” for a temporary license. This temporary license will expire thirty days after the date of your arrest, leaving you unable to lawfully drive. It is possible to avoid suspension of your driver’s license, but only if you request a DMV hearing within ten days of your arrest – and only if you present a successful defense at the DMV hearing.

If you are within the ten-day window and have yet to request your hearing, Ventura DUI attorney David Lehr will request the hearing for you free of charge. Get in touch with us now so that we can request your DMV hearing immediately. If you have already scheduled your DMV hearing, call us to request a free consultation to learn how we can help protect your driver’s license at the DMV.

Protect Your Driving Privileges by Requesting a DMV Hearing

Once you request a DMV hearing, the DMV will send you a “white sheet” that replaces your “pink sheet” temporary driver’s license. Your white sheet will allow you to continue to drive pending the outcome of your DMV hearing. During the hearing, our DUI defense attorney will present all available arguments for restoring your permanent driver’s license. We have won DMV hearings where our clients’ BAC levels were as high as 0.28%.

No matter what else that you do, make sure that you request a DMV hearing within ten days of your arrest. We have had clients who called us after their ten-day period was up. We won their court cases, but they still lost their driver’s licenses to the DMV.

Why Contact The Law Offices of David Lehr About Your DMV Hearing?

You have options when it comes to Ventura DUI defense attorneys. Here is why you should choose The Law Offices of David Lehr to represent you at your DMV hearing:

  • Our first step in every Ventura DUI case is to make sure the DMV hearing has been requested if it is not too late. Once we are hired, we do everything in our power to protect our clients’ rights to drive.
  • If you are within the ten-day period and have yet to request your DMV hearing, our office will request your hearing free of charge. This alone will protect your right to drive for a significant period of time.
  • If you fail to submit a timely request for a DMV hearing, the DMV will automatically suspend your driver’s license.
  • We have a proven track record of protecting our clients’ driver’s licenses at DMV hearings.
  • Win or lose at the DMV, we will use the information obtained through your DMV hearing to start preparing for your DUI court case.

Speak with a Ventura DUI Lawyer About Your DMV Hearing

To have us request your DMV hearing, or for more information about how a Ventura DUI arrest can affect your right to drive, contact The Law Offices of David Lehr today. Located in Ventura, we serve clients in Oxnard, Camarillo and throughout Ventura County.