DMV Hearings

California family courts consider a number of factors before granting a parent either sole custody or joint custody, but parents who wish to file for child custody need to become familiar with the laws in the state.

At the DMV DUI hearing, you are entitled to

  • Review and Challenge Evidence
  • Subpoena and present witnesses (including the arresting officer),
  • Cross-examine witnesses
  • Testify on your own behalf

Unlike your DUI court proceedings, the DMV DUI hearing is not concerned whether or not you committed a criminal act. The hearing officer focuses  on the circumstances surrounding your arrest and on whether your driving privileges should be suspended. Do not waste any time and ensure you retain B. Scott Winkler. Schedule your free consultation today!

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