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San Diego DUI
Just got a DUI and the officer took your drivers license, what happens next?
At this point the officer has forwarded your drivers license along with a copy of the completed notice of suspension or revocation form and a sworn report of the incident to the DMV. Also, it is important to know that following a DUI it is very likely that your insurance company might terminate your insurance policy.
Punishments for DUI can vary, you may be sentenced to pay fines, take classes, be placed on probation, have your drivers license revoked or even serve time in jail. A DUI can be a life altering event but it does not have to be.
You should contact Monder Law Group, a DUI is a serious offense that requires experienced and qualified attorneys to begin working immediately on your DUI defense.
At Monder Law Group we understand that you have responsibilities and obligations and how important it is for you to get your drivers license back. That is why we begin by reviewing your DUI arrest details, we request a hearing from the DMV and will appear at your court date for you. At this hearing we will work hard to get a temporary or restricted drivers license for you. We will also file an SR-22 form which serves as proof that you have the proper amount of insurance that is required by the state of California. What this means is that you will be able to carry out your daily obligations. A temporary or restricted drivers license allows you to get back and forth from home to school or work or daycare.
You do not have to fight your DUI charges alone, let us attack them for you, do not let one mistake alter your life and the life of those who depend on you.
If you have any questions about a San Diego DUI, please contact Attorney Vik Monder at 619-405-0063 or visit San Diego DUI Attorney