When you have been arrested for DUI in Ontario California you will be facing two distinct charges. First, you will have to defend your California license at the DMV APS hearing. However, you only have 10 days in which to schedule a DMV hearing. If you fail to schedule your DMV administrative hearing then the DMV can suspend your California driving privileges. In addition to the DMV hearing you will also have your criminal hearing, which if you are arrested in Ontario California for
drunk driving you more than likely will be required to appear at the
Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court. Many people after they have been arrested for
DUI don't understand that in addition to their criminal case they will also be fighting for their California driving privileges. If you have been arrested for
DUI in Ontario California it is important that you at least consult with a knowledgeable Ontario California DUI attorney about your rights and ensure that you timely file for your DMV administrative hearing to avoid the possibility of a default suspension by the California DMV.