Tuesday, November 9, 2010
A California DMV hearing for a license suspension action is like a short drunk driving trial but without a reasonable jury and is pretty much unfair
A California DMV hearing for a license suspension action is like a short drunk driving trial but without a reasonable jury.
Sound like trouble?
Yes, because the Department of Morons & Villains does not have lawyers or real judges working there; they have state employees told to take licenses of DUI drivers.
Yes, California DMV rules and DMV procedures are quite unique to say the least.
Unfair with nothing to spare, a state employee can legally object to your evidence, rule on her or his own objection, try to mess with your DMV lawyer, and admit or not admit either party's evidence, or not.
Complicated DMV proof problems are some of the reasons for the state to take no suspension action.
One attorney lectured at the
California Criminal Defense Lawyer Rick Mueller spoke at the prestigious California Attorneys For Criminal Justice
California criminal defense lawyers who see him flat out told the President of the California DUI Lawyers Association that California DUI criminal defense lawyer Rick Mueller's lectures are awesome.