Decisions by DMV have an enormous impact on everyday life. For commercial drivers, suspension of a driver’s license puts their livelihood in jeopardy. For everyone else, it is a hardship. And: driving on a license that has been suspended or revoked can be charged as a criminal offense.
We represent clients charged as negligent operators and habitual traffic offenders. We also represent people whose driver’s licenses are in jeopardy for any number of reasons, including not paying traffic tickets and DUIs. If you are arrested for a DUI and notified that your driver’s license will be suspended you should request an administrative hearing right away. Alanna Coopersmith represents clients in DMV hearings and appeals.
For a free initial consultation about your DMV matter and how to get your driving privileges restored, please contact us at (510) 628-0596.