The DMV revoked Client’s license, including his Commercial Driver’s License, after he was taken to the hospital unconscious from drinking too much alcohol at home. Client never drove after consuming alcohol. Despite having no supporting evidence, the DMV revoked Client’s licenses because it thought he might have a seizure disorder. The judge stayed the revocations while the case was pending.
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Ex Parte Stay GRANTED

James V. v. DMV (10-22-13) (Los Angeles County)

This Client was arrested for DUI and submitted to a blood test. The Sheriff’s crime lab reported the alcohol level result as 0.09%. An independent lab tested the same blood and got a result of 0.07%. The Client presented the 0.07% results and expert testimony at his DMV Administrative Per Se hearing. The DMV ignored the evidence and suspended the Client’s license for driving with an alcohol level of 0.08% or more. After we filed the EX PARTE, the judge put the suspension on hold while the case is pending.
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Ex Parte Stay GRANTED

David P. v. DMV (09-06-13) (Los Angeles County)

Client was arrested for DUI after being involved in a crash. After the breath testing device malfunctioned, Client agreed to blood test but refused to agree to the hospital’s requirement of a full medical evaluation prior to the blood test. The DMV suspended his license for one-year for refusing a chemical test. After we filed the EX PARTE app, the judge put the suspension on hold while the case was pending.
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Ex Parte Application for Stay GRANTED

Arturo B. v. DMV (08-08-13) (Orange County)