Redwood City DMV Hearing Lawyer
Charged With Drunk Driving? You Have 10 Days to Save Your License.
The criminal charges you are facing as a result of DUI/drunk driving or another traffic violation are just one part of the challenge. The DMV will automatically suspend your driver’s license after a DUI arrest.
Redwood City DMV hearing attorney Shelley D. Dwyer can contact the DMV and request a stay of your license pending a hearing and receipt of discovery concerning your case. Unfortunately, you only have a short period of time to do this. If you retain our law firm, we can immediately start working on your behalf, seeking to preserve your ability to drive legally pending a hearing.
Call 650-367-8500 or contact a Redwood City DMV hearing attorney for your free initial consultation
Experience Representing Clients at More Than 1,000 DMV Hearings
Attorney Shelley D. Dwyer has more than 20 years of experience and has represented clients at more than 1,000 DMV license suspension hearings. She will do everything legally possible to help you keep your license. She knows the DMV system and will walk you through every step of the process so that you can maximize your chances of keeping your license. She can also help you:
- Keep you driving pending your hearing outcome
- Negotiate any suspension time with the hearing officer
- Win your hearing
Shelley Dwyer is a results-oriented attorney who knows how to strategically approach each administrative hearing to get you the best results possible under the circumstances. Do not settle for less than an experienced and skilled DMV hearing attorney when there is so much at stake.
Do not delay: You have 10 days from your DUI arrest to schedule a DMV hearing to save your driver’s license due to DUI charges, your driving record, tickets, or points.
Contact a San Mateo County Attorney for Driver’s License Suspension Help
Contact us by calling 650-367-8500 and schedule an appointment (usually available the same day), or fill out an online contact form.
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