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DMV Hearing

  • By: Ron Hedding
  • Published: October 15, 2019
First off, the prosecutors at a DMV hearing are the hearing officers themselves.  So, non-lawyers are putting on the evidence for the Department of Motor Vehicles.  They have to put on the evidence and then they rule on all admission of evidence, including their own evidence. So, they'll put on a police report, for example.  The defense attorney will object…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: December 6, 2018
The court and the DMV work together when it comes to DUI's in Los Angeles, California. In fact, the court's computer is hooked up to the DMV's computer. So, anytime anybody gets convicted for a DUI in Los Angeles, that information is transmitted to the California Department of Motor Vehicles. So, that's why when people are convicted of a DUI…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: November 28, 2018
The real short answer to winning a DMV hearing is to have an angle and that angle has to be sufficient to upend the DMV's case against you so they just set it aside because they don't feel that they can prove that you were driving under the influence of alcohol. There's a whole bunch of different ways to do…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: November 26, 2018
The short answer to this question is, probably not. Because, you're not an attorney. Your license is at stake, and obviously, if you live in Los Angeles you need your driver's license. So, unless you're trained on how to deal with the DMV, then you probably want to let an attorney handle that and since you're probably going to need…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: November 1, 2018
The truth as far as the DMV goes and your license is concerned is that the DMV process is a bit of a kangaroo court, and I say that because it's a DMV hearing officer basically deciding whether or not he or she is going to suspend your license. So, they play two roles. One, they play the prosecuting attorney…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: August 17, 2018
Having practiced DMV law and DUI law for twenty-five years now in LA, I think I have a pretty idea of what goes on at a DMV hearing. There are two ways to conduct a DMV hearing. One is to actually do the hearing face-to-face with the DMV Officer. Sometimes that's a good strategy depending on the particular circumstances of…Read More