One of the first steps in fighting your DUI is attending your DMV hearing to defend against the suspension or revocation of your license. A DMV Hearing does not substitute a court trial, but simply deals with the circumstances of your arrest, giving you a chance to show that the suspension of your driver's license was unjustified, illegitimate, or excessive. It will not determine whether or not you are guilty of DUI. As many DUIs within the state of California include an immediate revocation of driving privileges, scheduling a hearing is of utmost importance. While the process can be intimidating, and even embarrassing, there are legal professionals who can help.
The goal of our Orange County DUI lawyer at the Law Office of Frances Prizzia is to aid you through this painful process, before it begins or even when it seems too late. Focusing on the circumstances and details of the scene at the time of arrest can yield incredible results for the accused.
Success or failure likely rests upon a full understanding of your rights and the accusations at hand. While many laws are written in such a way that comprehension can seem impossible to the average person, self-representation at a hearing or in court for a DUI charge may be wishful thinking. Do not take that chance alone.
Being able to continue driving privileges may come down to your decision to hire an attorney or not, and if you are hiring the right one. The Law Office of Frances Prizzia is the firm you can count on for reliable, zealous representation in the hearing process, the court room, and nearly any situation. With an impressive record of success and an unyielding dedication to the law, our Orange County DUI attorney is the right choice, every time.
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