What? I can't make out what you are saying beyond "DMV suspended my license twice for a dui, can I sue them". Re type and watch the auto-correct. Read the message before you post it and make sure we can understand so that we can give you an accurate response.
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That is either a very poor job of typing or English is not your first language, in which case it is pretty good. It sounds to me like you're going to need a DUI attorney to help clear things up with DMV. If somebody was convicted of a DUI using your information, it can be complicated to unwind. I have helped do it for previous clients. If English is not your first language, you may consider speaking to an attorney who is fluent in yours. Good luck.
Contacting department of Driver Safety mandatory action in Sacramento to
straighten out the record if that doesn't work then your other alternative
most likely will be what cold air it to the Superior Court in your county
to clear the record you probably do not have a recourse against the DMV for
the mistake consult with an attorney in your area
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