DMV suspended the Clients driver’s Lic. indefinitely for excessive use of alcohol after her 3rd and 4th DUIs. The DMV refused to reinstate her license 3 times before she came to our office for help.

After seeing the case we prepared during the preliminary hearing, the DMV offered to reinstate the Client’s license in exchange for dismissing the case!
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Writ of Mandate - 4th DUI Lic. Suspension CASE DISSMISSED

Tamera W. v. DMV (08-20-14) (Orange County)

The DMV placed a single Arizona “DUI” conviction on his Ca driving record TWICE. After we filed a petition to have the Az convictions removed, the DMV acknowledged its error, but refused to remove it. The court then granted our Writ and ordered the DMV to remove the Arizona conviction and set aside the resulting suspension.
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Writ GRANTED

Matt S. v. DMV (06-05-14) (Orange County)

The officer refused to offer our client a blood test. Despite the clear language of the law, the DMV still suspended the Client’s license for one-year for refusing the blood test he was never offered. The judge granted our motion and placed the suspension on hold while the case is pending.
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Ex Parte Stay GRANTED

Adam S. (05-27-14) (Los Angeles County)

The DMV placed an Ohio “DUI” conviction on his California driving record. This is not permissible, unless the DMV has court records from the other state proving that the conviction arose from actual driving. The DMV did not have the required records when we filed our DMV writ, and the court ordered DMV to remove the Ohio conviction and set aside the resulting suspension.
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Writ GRANTED

Jordan L. v. DMV (04-24-14) (Orange County)

Client had a DUI conviction in California and Nevada. The DMV disqualified his Commercial Driver’s License for life; and, Client faced loss of a 14 year career. The DMV was incorrectly applying the 2002 DUI conviction to the 2005 law regarding commercial driver’s licenses. The judge agreed and ordered the Client’s COMMERCIAL LICENSE PERMANENTLY REINSTATED while the case was pending, saving the Client’s job.
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Preliminary Injunction GRANTED / Case SETTLED

Sal F. v. DMV (04-23-14) (Los Angeles County)

This driver was convicted in Arizona under that state’s DUI statute. The California DMV put that conviction on his California driving record. We filed a petition in court to have it removed. After the DMV was unsuccessful in getting the judge to dismiss the case, it SETTLED the case, reinstating the Client’s license without the need to take the DUI class and removing the Arizona conviction from his driving record.
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Case SETTLED

Holliday v. DMV (01-28-14) (Los Angeles County)

In 2006 Client was convicted of DUI just after moving to New Jersey. Client moved to California in 2007 and was convicted of a second DUI in 2008. He completed all the requirements for a second offender to get their license back, the DMV refused to issue him a license. We filed the EX PARTE and the judge ordered DMV to issue him a license while the case was pending.
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Ex Parte Application GRANTED

Brian B. V. DMV (01-21-14) (Los Angeles County)

This driver was convicted in New Jersey in 2003. The California DMV put that conviction on his California driving record and imposed a second offender license suspension after the Client was convicted of DUI in California in 2013. We filed a petition in court to have the New Jersey conviction removed. Soon after filing the petition, the DMV acknowledged their error and removed the conviction from his California driving record.
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Case SETTLED

M.R.. v. DMV (01-07-14) (Los Angeles County)

In 2011 Client was convicted of a “DUI” in Illinois. The DMV placed the Illinois “DUI” conviction on his California driving record. After the Client was convicted of a DUI on California on 2013, the DMV imposed a two-year second offense suspension based on the Illinois conviction. After we filied the EX PARTE application, the judge put the suspension hold while the case was pending.
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Ex Parte Application GRANTED

George S. V. DMV (01-07-14) (San Diego County - Vista)

Client was convicted of operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in 2007. After she plead guilty in 2013 to a DUI in California, the DMV gave her a two-year second offender license suspension. While the case was pending, we worked to have the North Carolina conviction removed from her driving record and the court issued a preliminary injunction, ordering the DMV to reinstate her license.
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Preliminary Injunction GRANTED

Rachel B. v. DMV (12-12-13) (Los Angeles County)