If you are charged with a California traffic offense or vehicular crime, you could be facing criminal consequences such as jail, state prison, probation, fines, and the possibility of having your driver’s license suspended or revoked. In some cases, your privilege to drive may be revoked for life!
Aside from the criminal case that may be filed against you, the California Department of Motor Vehicles may take action against you separate from any action taken by the court. Typically, the DMV’s actions are geared towards the suspension or revocation of your driving privileges. The DMV often imposes strict timeframes for allowing individuals to fight their drivers license suspension at a DMV hearing.
Consequently, it is crucial that you immediately contact an attorney who is experienced with DMV issues to preserve the rights you may have for only a limited period of time. If you fail to assert your rights within the given timeframe, you may lose those rights forever!
At California Criminal Defense Center, we routinely represent clients charged with a variety of different vehicular offenses. The most common types of vehicular offenses that we handle are listed below:
- DUI / drunk driving
- Driving on a suspended license
- Driving without a license
- Hit and run
- Vehicular manslaughter
- Assault with a deadly weapon (vehicle)
- Medical license suspensions
- Negligent operator license suspensions
- Moving violations
- Reckless driving
- Basic speed violations
- Speed contests
- Red light / sign violations
- Photo enforced violations
- Commercial trucking violations
- Trucker’s DUI
- Weight violations
- Speed violations
- Time log violations
Your vehicular crimes attorney at California Criminal Defense Center will be highly experienced in handling not only the criminal case, but also the administrative action with the DMV.
To schedule a confidential and free consultation with attorney Ardalon Fakhimi, you may email us by completing the free consultation form on this page, or you may call us toll free at 1-800-DUI-KING (1-800-384-5464). You may also call us at any one of our local telephone numbers.