DUI Tests and Evidence Code § 664 Presumptions

DMV Hearings can be quite frustrating because attorneys are taught about the Evidence Code in law school and then we are testified on California evidence law on the Bar Exam.  In the course of practice, we may get to see a judge rule on evidentiary objections in court.  So when an attorney makes evidentiary objections at a DMV Hearing, the attorney is often quite confident in how the objection should be ruled upon by the DMV.  However, this often does not happen, making counsel angry that the “DMV is not following California law.”  To read an article on how one can maneuver through the evidentiary issues in a DMV hearing, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/dui-tests-and-evidence-code-664-presumptions.html

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