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I got DUI in San Diego, and I took the blood test. I have made up my mind to wait for the blood result to come out first before hiring an attorney. I was told by an attorney that when I call DMV and request a DMV hearing, I just need to give them my info and tell them to mail me all the info (BAC and police report) prior to the DMV hearing, is this true? If I choose to represent myself at the DMV hearing, what will happen there? Do I need to be present at the DMV hearing? What will happen at the DMV hearing? What will I be asked?intent: I would like to just plead guilty if BAC > 0.1; otherwise, hire an attorney and fight. So I want to get a hand on BAC before hiring one. I didn't do a breath test.
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