The DMV Hearing and DUI
Driving is such an important privilege in our society that license revocation alone can reasonably be regarded as a significant sanction. If the Clark County District Attorney’s Office or the City Attorney’s office has filed a DUI complaint against you, the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) can revoke your driver’s license under the administrative authority granted by the Nevada State Legislature.
You Have the Right To An Appeal
You have the right to appeal your Nevada license revocation by requesting a hearing before the Office of Administration Hearings. If you request a hearing, the Nevada DMV will run a national check of your driving record. If you have no other active revocations or driver’s license suspensions, you will be cleared to receive temporary driver’s license.
Hiring a Las Vegas DUI Attorney
You may represent yourself or retain an attorney at the DUI revocation hearing. The arresting officer will testify on the facts of your arrest and test results. The purpose of a DUI administrative hearing is to determine whether or not, at the time of the test, had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or higher or you had a detectable amount of a controlled or prohibited substance.
DUI Attorney Daniel Page has represented hundreds of Las Vegas DUI clients facing license suspension or revocation. Call DUI attorney Daniel Page today to fight for your driving privilege at 702 685 3535