DMV Hearing Attorney in Bakersfield
We Fight To Challenge Your License Suspension
Brehmer Law Corporation has helped our clients win more driver’s license hearings over the past two years than any other attorney in California. Our DMV hearing attorney in Bakersfield has the experience, knowledge, and passion to fight aggressively for you throughout your APS and Stay of Suspension Hearing.
Attorney Jeremy Brehmer has a highly experienced understanding of the DUI process, an impressive background in forensic science, and a drive to protect the rights of every single client who comes through his door. When you choose our firm to defend you against DUI charges, you put science on your side.
Call Brehmer Law Corporation today at (661) 430-0868 or contact us online for a free consultation.
What to Expect at a DMV Hearing
DMV APS and Stay of Suspension hearings generally consist of three major components:
Did The Officer Have Probable Cause To Stop You For A DUI Arrest?
If the officer stopped you, detained you, or arrested you without specific, objective, and articulable reason of criminal offense (i.e. driving behavior or traffic violation), the evidence gathered as a result of the stop may be thrown out. The DMV has the burden of proof to verify the probable cause in the situation.
An exception to this is a DUI roadblock or sobriety checkpoint, at which police officers are not under obligation to prove probable cause. Our attorney is highly perceptive in the technicalities of these cases and is ready to fight aggressively in your defense.
What Are The Procedures Police Officers Follow After A DUI Arrest?
In addition to producing valid probable cause, police officers have specific procedures they must follow when arresting someone for a DUI. Some of these procedures involve sobriety test protocol, paperwork accuracy, and even the way the officers interact with you.
Brehmer Law Corporation has extensive experience finding flaws in DUI procedure protocol to challenge the charges and protect your license from being suspended.
Breathalyzers and Blood Tests
In California, it must be proven that the accused was driving with at least 0.08% blood alcohol concentration to be guilty of a DUI. The two main methods officers use to determine these are breath and blood tests. While these tests are typically fairly accurate, Brehmer Law Corporation has successfully vindicated hundreds of clients because of inaccuracies in the tests.
Thanks to our DMV Hearing Attorney in Bakersfield, Mr. Brehmer’s, unique background in chemical science, he has immense insight into the intricacies of forensic science and how it relates to the law.
Hear From Those We Have Helped
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Are you in need of representation at a DMV hearing in Bakersfield? Contact Brehmer Law Corporation today at (661) 430-0868 or online to schedule a meeting with one of our DMV hearing attorneys.