In California, driving a motor vehicle is considered a privilege, not a right. The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) can suspend or revoke your driver’s license if it decides you are not capable or deserving of the privilege to drive. Losing your driver’s license will seriously limit your ability to function in our society. Driving is the primary means for getting to work, social events, shopping, and handling family matters. A revoked or suspended driver’s license will significantly impact your ability to make a living and to live an enjoyable life.
As former Deputy District Attorneys and a Superior Court Judge, O'Connor, Runckel & O'Malley are now on your side and ready to fight to get your driving privilege reinstated. Whether your license is being challenged because of a DUI, failure to pay child support, a medical condition, or too many moving violations,O'Connor, Runckel & O'Malley can help protect your driving privilege.
You may lose your California driving privilege and license under certain circumstances:
- Driving Under the Influence
- Street Racing
- Failure to Appear
- Failure to Maintain Insurance
- Serious Traffic Violations
- Numerous Traffic Tickets
- Reckless Driving
- Car Accidents
- Failure to Pay Child Support
As former prosecutors, the attorney’s at O'Connor, Runckel & O'Malley are now on your side and can help you save your driving privilege. The attorneys at O'Connor, Runckel & O'Malley are well known and respected throughout the legal community and among our clients. From our offices in Contra Costa County, San Francisco and Sacramento, we serve clients throughout Northern California. Our experience and expertise are available to you.