Hearings at DMV Should Always Be Done In Person

Hearings at DMV Should Always Be Done In Person

The United States Constitution (and those of most states) contain a clause that prevents the government from denying folks “due process of law.” In the DMV context, due process means that the state cannot suspend your driver’s license permanently without first giving you the opportunity to contest it at a hearing. Lawyers call this the “right to be heard.”

If you’ve been given a notice that your driver’s … Read More