DMV Suspension

Exhibition of Speed

What is Exhibition of Speed in California? "Exhibition of speed" refers to California Vehicle Code 23109, which makes it unlawful to engage in a "speed contest" or "exhibition of speed". Speed Contest The term "speed contest" can be a bit misleading because you don't have to be racing any vehicle nor do you have to be involved [...]

By | July 25th, 2016|

Fix Suspended License

Fix Suspended License - Why Do I Have a Suspended License? You may have been surprised when you found out your license was suspended. You may have discovered your license was suspended when: you got pulled over by law enforcement for an unrelated matter (e.g. a traffic ticket); you tried to renew your driver's license; you moved out of [...]

By | September 2nd, 2014|

Failure to Appear Traffic Court Los Angeles

Failure to Appear Traffic Court Los Angeles - Why Do I Have a Failure to Appear Charge? We have represented hundreds of drivers in Los Angeles with a VC 40508 failure to appear charge. You may not have even known you've failed to appear in traffic court until: you've received a letter from GC Services; you [...]

By | August 14th, 2014|

Traffic Ticket Orange County

Traffic Ticket Orange County - Consequences If you received a traffic ticket in Orange County, the consequences can vary greatly; you could face: jail or prison time if it's a misdemeanor or felony offense (often what starts as a traffic stop can escalate into something much more serious, such as a DUI, drug offense, or [...]

By | August 12th, 2014|

California DMV License Hold

Why Do I Have a California DMV License Hold? There are several reasons why you may have a California DMV license hold: you have an unpaid traffic ticket; you have an outstanding warrant; you have unpaid child support. If you have a traffic ticket with a VC 40508 failure to appear, or have a warrant [...]

By | July 30th, 2014|

Negligent Operator? Get Help from a DMV Attorney

Negligent Operator? Get Help from a DMV Attorney A negligent operator is a term used to describe you as a California driver if you have received too many points on your driving record, and you are now looking at a potential DMV suspension of your driving privilege for up to 6 months. Paul J. Denni, [...]

By | January 27th, 2014|

Negligent Operator – Prevent DMV Suspension

Negligent Operator - Prevent DMV Suspension If you received a letter from the DMV stating you are a "negligent operator", you face a DMV suspension of your driver's license for up to 6 months. Loss of your driver's license is one of the biggest restraints on your freedom, and as such, you have a right [...]

By | December 18th, 2013|