The Client was convicted of “DUI” in Ohio in September of 2009 and in the following month, the DMV suspended the Client’s driver license. The DMV did not have the legally required documents from Ohio when they suspended the license.
We were able to demonstrate that DMV did not have the required documents. Rather than facing the potential of a large attorney fee award by the court, they agreed to set aside the suspension and pay a portion of the Client’s attorney fees.
Jack R. v. DMV (09-23-15) (Orange County)