Orange County DMV Hearing Attorney

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Under California law, motorists who are charged with driving under the influence (DUI) face a suspension of their driver's license. In order to defend one's driving privileges, request a hardship license, or reinstate a license, drivers may have to attend a hearing with the California Department of Motor Vehicles. DMV hearings are not presided over by a judge or jury - they are handled by a DMV Hearing Officer.

Because one's ability to drive is often crucial to attending work and handling other daily tasks, it becomes incredibly important that motorists defend their privileges by requesting or fighting aggressively for their rights at an administrative hearing. The best decision you could make in such a situation would be to hire an experienced Orange County DMV hearing lawyer to represent you and maximize your chance of success.

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The Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc. is dedicated to serving clients throughout Irvine, Orange County, and surrounding areas. At our firm, every client is provided with personalized counsel, reliable resources, and quality representation. Attorney Virginia Landry - who is Board Certified in DUI Defense - is committed to helping her clients with the full range of California DMV matters, including those related to DUI charges.

Whether it is discussing legal options with a client, or providing aggressive defense at a client's DMV hearing or reexamination hearing, Attorney Landry makes every effort to obtain a successful outcome. If you need assistance with a DMV related legal matter, call the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc. today for your free initial consultation. When you hire our team, you can be assured that you will receive effective, thorough legal counsel throughout the duration of your legal matter.

Cases We Handle

In addition to a full-service criminal and DUI defense practice, the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc. also represents clients with matters involving DMV hearings, which may include:

One of the reasons you would need to attend a Department of Motor Vehicles hearing is if you were accused of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In California, it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or above. If a law enforcement officer pulls you over for suspected drunk driving, you could face severe consequences if convicted. You may be asked to perform a field sobriety test or take a breath or blood test. Failure to pass these tests is enough to garner a conviction. Not only that, but because of the implied consent rule, you could be convicted if you refuse to take these tests. If you have been charged with DUI, it is highly recommended that you contact an attorney as soon as possible. You could be facing jail time and loss of driving privileges. Read more on DUI.

DMV Hearings in Orange County

Our entire team is dedicated to the unique needs of our clients and we aim to provide them with exceptional counsel and resources. Attorney Virginia Landry is a reputable lawyer who has helped numerous clients through the duration of their DUI/DWI proceedings and DMV hearings. When clients choose to obtain the services of Attorney Landry, they are provided with leading resources, one-on-one attention, and dedicated representation for their DMV and DUI matters.

Contact an Orange County DMV attorney to learn how we could represent you in a DMV hearing.

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Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc. - Irvine DMV Hearing Attorney
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