Representation In Driver's License Suspension Hearings

There are two components to a DUI case. One involves criminal proceedings, while the other involves a driver's license suspension hearing carried out by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The driver's license suspension hearing occurs soon after a person is charged with drunk driving, which is why it is essential that you seek help from experienced legal counsel right away.

I am criminal defense attorney Chris Yturralde and I have been serving the legal needs of people throughout the San Diego area for more than 20 years. I represent individuals in both the criminal side of a DUI case, as well as in the driver's license suspension hearing. Call my La Mesa law offices at 760-235-4480 to protect your rights and defend yourself against drunk driving charges.

Protecting Your Driving Privileges

A vehicle is necessary to get around El Centro and other areas within the Imperial Valley. The loss of driving privileges can have a serious impact on a person's life. I will work hard to help protect your driver's license in the DMV suspension hearing. I will explain your options and help guide you through this process every step of the way.

You must request a hearing within ten (10) days of your arrest, otherwise your license will be suspended even if you have a defense.

If your driver's license does get suspended, all hope is not lost. It may still be possible to receive a restricted driver's license, which will enable you to drive to and from work and carry out other necessary functions.

Contact A Lawyer If You Have Been Charged With Drunk Driving

Drunk driving charges should not be taken lightly. There are many potentially severe consequences. I can help you protect your rights and your driver's license. Call 760-235-4480 or toll free at 888-351-8297 or send me an email to schedule your free initial consultation.

If you are a resident of Mexico or Arizona and are arrested on suspicion of DUI in California, I can help. I handle California cases for out-of-state residents.

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