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What if I Don’t Respond to a Notice of Re-Examination?


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Attorney Myles Berman explains a notice of re-examination or a notice of priority re-examination can be considered a notice of intent to suspend your driver’s license. If you do not respond to the notice by the deadline, the DMV will assume that you are not fit to continue safely driving in California and you will lose your driving privileges. If you then continue to drive, you will then be at risk of being charged with the crime of driving while license suspended. 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.

Description: If you do not respond to the notice by the deadline, the DMV will assume that you are not fit to continue safely driving in California, and you will lose your driving privileges.

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