How Does Your Law Firm Assist Clients In DMV Hearings In Los Angeles?
Attorney Myles Berman explains that we’ve conducted thousands of DMV hearings. We try and win every DMV hearing but for anybody to try and handle it themselves, it can be absolutely overwhelming. We know what the issues are in each and every case. We know what the evidence is in each and every case. We know the strengths and weaknesses of the DMV administrative proceedings. Some people don’t think the DMV or the Department of Motor Vehicles’ proceedings are conducted fairly because the hearing officer is also the prosecutor and the judge, so to speak. For example, if the hearing officer wants to introduce certain evidence and we object, the ruling officer is ruling on his or her own evidence that’s to be introduced. The burden of proof is different at the DMV and the issues are different than they are in court. So a lot is different at the DMV than it is in court.
We would prefer to also handle the DMV matter in every DUI case, even people who are arrested for DUI drugs be it marijuana, prescription drugs and non-prescription drugs. We always contact the DMV just to make sure that there have been no administrative proceedings against them. The officers, oftentimes mistakenly submit a notice of suspension and a temporary license is issued to the driver which brings me to another area that we’ve seen a lot more lately. It’s called the notice of re-exam. This is where a person is on prescription drugs and somehow comes into contact with a police officer or a doctor or somebody who is in a position to contact the DMV or the person walks into the DMV himself or herself. We’ve seen this as well. Contact Top Gun DUI Defense Attorney Myles L. Berman serving clients throughout Southern California and he will represent you with the care and attention you expect.
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