What You Need to Know: DMV Hearings
Strong Advocacy from a Former Prosecutor
You have a lot at stake in a drunk driving case. Your reputation, your
driver's license, your freedom, your finances, and more may be at
risk. One of the most important things you should be prepared for is your
DMV refusal hearing, which is crucial in the DWI process.
If, for whatever reason, you refused to submit to a
chemical test when you were pulled over by a law enforcement officer, you will have
15 days to schedule and appear at a DMV hearing to make your case. You
owe it to yourself to work with a skilled
DWI defense attorney who is knowledgeable about DWI charges, including representation at DMV hearings.
Prepare for Your DMV Hearing in Long Island
There are two separate court processes involved in a drunk driving case
in New York. If you have been charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI)
in New York, you must be prepared to deal with both. The first is the
criminal hearing. The second is your hearing with the New York Department
of Motor Vehicles. Having an experienced and highly capable Long Island
criminal defense attorney on your side could prove extremely beneficial
for both hearings.
Our defense lawyer can help you in your DMV hearing by:
- Cross-examining the present officer's reason for pulling you over
- Questioning the legality of your arrest
- Scrutinizing the law enforcement's actions prior to your arrest
The DMV hearing is a valuable opportunity for you to gain a slight advantage
by looking into the prosecution's early evidence and police testimony.
Having an attorney with you at this hearing can make a difference in the
outcome of your DWI case.
Don't Lose Your Driving Privileges – Call Today
We encourage you to get in touch with The Law Offices of Scott Gross, P.C.
Our attorney, a former New York prosecutor, has the experience and dedication
you want in your corner. We are committed to helping our clients protect
both their reputations and their liberties. We know how to defend you
and we are prepared to do it well.
Call The Law Offices of Scott Gross, P.C.
today to discuss your DMV hearing questions in a
free case evaluation