I was just cited for a possible second DUI. For my own valid reasons, I refused to blow at the scene.
Luckily, I have a family friend that practices DUI law. He said my DUI case is extremely weak and I have a great chance of either beating it in court or walking away with a lesser charge.
Still, given the refusal, he said my case will be tougher to win at the DUI hearing unless I've beaten the DUI charge in court. My DMV hearing takes place before my court arraignment, at which I will plead "not guilty."
So, after all that, my simple question: How do I postpone my DMV hearing until after I'm finished in court?
You have an absolute right to be represented by an attorney at your DMV hearing. If you have not secured an attorney on the date and time your hearing is scheduled for, you can request a brief continuance to secure counsel. This are generally granted by the hearing officer assigned to your matter.
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