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Driver License Suspension but no DUI conviction

If arrested for DUI,you face a potential driver license suspension

License Suspended based on a DUI?

Driver License Suspension but no DUI conviction

Question:  I got a misdemeanor DUI in Los Angeles, California a while back. The Los Angeles court, District Attorney & DMV dropped all charges. But it still shows up on my DMV record.

I want to know how I remove it. It is not right it is still on my record.  It is causing some serious problems, and it should not be.

Answer:  What exactly are you referring to that is “showing up on my DMV record?” Are you referring to a DUI arrest? or is there a DUI conviction, or a driver license suspension based on a DUI conviction (even though there was no actual DUI conviction or action that was supposed to be taken by the DMV).

When you check your DMV record, is it showing that there is a DUI conviction or suspension in effect based on the DUI arrest?

If you have a Lawyer that handled your case and DMV hearing, I would recommend contacting him or her. If you don’t have one, feel free to contact me to discuss it further.

I recently dealt with getting a DUI based driver license suspension (when there should not have been one) removed from my clients DMV record … and it involved jumping through a ridiculous amount of hoops for something that seems like it should have been a quick fix.

I was successful in getting the conviction removed from his record though, and my client was very happy, and driving again.

Dealing with the DMV can be a very time consuming and frustrating experience even when you know the quick routes, numbers and contacts to get things done.

I can be reached at (818) 336-1384 to discuss your situation in more detail if you would like.


Philip Hache
DUI Attorney for Criminal matters and DMV hearings

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