Attorney Mike Silveira has extensive experience representing clients at California DMV hearings for negligent operator hearings, medical re-examinations, DUI admin per se hearings, and potential license suspensions. If you have an upcoming DMV hearing, call Mike for a free consultation to discuss your options. Having a knowledgeable attorney beside you in the California DMV Hearing can help ensure a favorable outcome.Negligent Operator Hearings
The California DMV’s Negligent Operator Treatment System (NOTS) has the potential to classify drivers as negligent operators based on the number of points that have been added to their driving record due to certain offenses. A negligent operator hearing gives the driver the opportunity to present evidence and testify before being classified as a negligent operator and potentially losing the privilege of driving. Mike Silveira understands the negligent operator hearing process and can help you get the best possible outcome from your hearing.
For more information on NOTS, visit: http://www.dmv.ca.gov/dl/driversafety/neg_operator.htm Medical Reexaminations
Medical reexaminations are sometimes required of drivers to demonstrate their continued ability to operate a motor vehicle safely. More information on medical reexaminations can be found here: DMV's Reexamination Process (FFDL 27) - A General Guide for Drivers Required to Appear for a ReexaminationDUI Admin Per Se Hearings
If you are arrested for drunk driving in California, your driving privileges will most likely be suspended on the spot. This is known as the “Administrative Per Se” (APS) license suspension law. It is important to speak with a qualified DUI attorney if you have been arrested for drunk driving and are facing an admin per se hearing. For more information on APS license suspensions, click here.Potential License Suspensions
Having your license suspended can have a negative impact on your daily life. Getting to work or school, going shopping, or picking up your children can suddenly become much more difficult. If you’re facing a potential license suspension, it is important to speak with an attorney.
If you need help through your California DMV Hearing, contact Attorney Mike Silveira at Silveira Law.