Client was stopped by the CHP for “weaving.” At the Client’s DMV hearing, the DMV refused to view the video or admit it into evidence. The DMV then suspended his license for four-months, and his commercial license for one-year.
We filed a Write challenging the DMV's violation of the Client's Due Process right and was granted a new hearing. We were able to demonstrate that it was likely the DMV had abused its discretion because the video demonstrated the traffic stop of the Client was unlawful. The Court put the suspension on hold while the case is pending.
Marvin B. v. DMV (04-06-15) (Riverside County)