If DMV took your driver license away wrongfully, we can help you get it back. You see, we are a California law firm, and we limit our practice to DMV hearings, DMV writs and other vehicle-related matters. We also serve as appellate counsel for other criminal defense lawyers, so you can trust that we know what we’re doing!
“Writ” is another word for “order.” A DMV writ (or, if you prefer the fancy term, writ of mandate) is an order signed by a judge telling DMV to give you your license back. The writ process is the way you appeal a DMV suspension—if you win the appeal, you get a writ; if you win the writ, you get your license back. And we know how to get writs!
We can help you get a DMV writ in most every California county, so give us a call. But act quickly, because in most cases you have only thirty days to challenge DMV before its decision becomes final.
Rodney Gould, Esq.
Attorney at Law