If you have been arrested for Driving Under the Influence in California, there is an Urgent 10 Day deadline to request an APS hearing with the DMV. If this deadline is not met, you will lose your right to drive automatically. Under California law, the DMV is required to grant a hearing request so long as it is timely - there is no penalty for fighting. This hearing is a crucial part of both saving your license and defending you against your pending criminal case.

There are many things that must be done during these critical first few days to ensure your DMV hearing is set and that your rights are preserved. We have over 40 collective years of experience in keeping our clients on the road. We will take the reigns during these critical first few days to make sure your rights are preserved. DO NOT let these 10 days go by.

Contact us immediately. We will do the rest.