Tag Archives: dmv

DUI Policies for Out-of-State Drivers


The Interstate Driver’s License Compact (IDLC) is an interstate agreement in the U.S. that allows for the exchange of information concerning license suspensions and traffic violations of non-residents. Under this agreement, states are able to forward the driving-related information to … Continue reading

Leave a comment read more

Money well spent?


In a very surprising move, Orange Coast Community College received a grant of almost a quarter million dollars ($220,000.00 to be exact), in order to fund a campus wide survey of students drinking habits.  The study allegedly aims to reduce … Continue reading

Leave a comment read more

How many times do I have to blow?


Many clients often inquire why law enforcement required them to blow into multiple breathalyzer devices throughout the course of their DUI arrest.  The answer is slightly more complex than one would initially think at first blush.

1 Comment read more

What is an “APS” hearing?


After receiving a DUI, many people find out almost immediately from friends and colleges that they must schedule their APS hearing within 10 days of their arrest.  But what is an APS hearing you say?  APS stands for an “Administrative … Continue reading

Leave a comment read more

Latest News on California DMV Hearings Regarding Discovery


In Southern California, the DMV has decided to toughen up on their policy regarding copies of discovery (e.g. police reports, chemical test results, DS 367, etc.) and their distribution as it relates to APS (or DUI DMV) hearings.

Leave a comment read more