The Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry is an Orange County firm dedicated to providing excellent DMV hearing representation and defense. If your license has been suspended for any reason, you will need to hire a capable DMV hearing lawyer to ensure that you have the highest possible chance of regaining your driving privileges. Otherwise, you may be unable to obtain a hardship license or have your license reinstated, which means that you will have to rely on others to drive you to work, school, and any other necessary places. Avoid such a dilemma today by consulting with a qualified Orange County DMV hearing attorney from the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry.
Since 1988, Attorney Virginia Landry has been representing clients across Southern California, providing them with aggressive and competent legal defense. Her firm has years of experience in DUI and DMV hearing laws and procedures and could help you regain your ability to drive. Call today at 866-902-6880 to speak with a member of the legal team and find out how Attorney Virginia Landry could represent you in any of the following areas:
If arrested for drunk driving, a person only has 10 days to schedule an appointment for a DMV hearing and fight to keep their license. Consult with an Orange County DMV hearing attorney to learn more.
Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious and reckless offense in California. When arrested under suspicion of DUI, your license will be temporarily suspended. That suspension could become a six-month or longer term should you be convicted, so hire an aggressive defense lawyer right away.
Driving While Impaired By Drugs
DUI charges are not limited to alcohol-related impairment. Illegal drugs such as marijuana or cocaine—or even some OTC drugs—can cause impairment and result in a DUI arrest and a suspended license. Learn more by calling our firm today for a free initial consultation.
Lack of Skill
"Lack of skill" suspensions occur when a person is pulled over due to their physical inability to safely operate a motor vehicle due to age or use of medications. If this has happened to you, it is important that you consult with a legal representation right away to learn what steps you should take.
Physical and Mental Evaluations
Mental and physical disabilities could affect a person's ability to drive. A person could have their license suspended as a result, but the DMV must first conduct a physical and/or mental evaluation of the driver in question.
A person could be charged with driver's license fraud if they present a false license, social security card or other form of I.D. to obtain a driver's license. Penalties for this offense include high fines and time in jail, so learn about your rights and how to fight for them by calling our firm today.
Negligent Operator Hearings
Failure to obey the rules of the road could result in license suspension for "negligent operators." Such individuals will be required to attend a DMV hearing in order to have their license reinstated.
Any driver who causes a motor accident involving a fatality could have their license suspended for life in cases of DUI or repeat offenses. Don't hesitate to get legal representation and defense if you are facing such charges.
Contact a DMV Hearing Lawyer in Orange County, CA
Call the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry today at 866-902-6800 to schedule a free initial consultation if you have suffered a license suspension. You only have 10 days to schedule your hearing, so don't wait another minute! Attorney Landry has provided caring counsel and aggressive defense for Orange County residents for more than 20 years and she could assist you in fighting your suspension, obtaining a hardship license, or reinstating your license. Call now!