If you have a suspended license because you have been arrested for a DUI, you may be eligible for a restricted license so that you can again drive legally. Californians rely on their cars to get everywhere. Not being able to drive severely restricts your ability to make a living or keep your family functioning. I can help get you back on the road if your license is suspended. Call 760-643-4025 or send me an e-mail to find out more.
On your first DUI offense, your license is automatically suspended for four months. After 30 days of actual suspension, you can get a restricted license if you go to the DMV with proof of enrollment in a DUI school, proof of insurance (SR-22) and pay a reissuance fee of $125.
Second offense suspensions are a year long, but after 90 days of actual suspension, you are eligible for a one-year restricted license if you take proof of enrollment in a multiple conviction program (MCP), proof of insurance (SR-22), proof of installation of an ignition interlock device (IID) and pay a $125 reissuance fee to the DMV. Third offenses require a wait of six months.
You need an aggressive lawyer to help you fight these charges and to get you back on the road. I will walk you through the process of applying for a restricted license, help you register for a DUI school and explain the necessary steps to navigate the murky waters of DMV law.
The penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) are very high in Vista, as they are everywhere in our state. As an attorney familiar with restricted driver’s licenses and the law that surrounds them, I will be there for you and will help you get back on the road to your future.