Vehicle Code Violations


DMV and the courts will get involved in cases where a driving code has been violated in California. More information on each type of vehicle code violation charge is available on their corresponding pages. Just click on the section you need more information. You will be able to see the elements of the crimes (things the prosecutor needs to prove beyond a reasonable doubt), the list of potential defenses to such charges, and the potential exposure. Exposure means the penalties or punishment for each crime or charge. Usually, there are both DMV consequences as well as the court/penal consequences. The DMV punishments could be points on your record, suspension of your license, revocation of your license, or being given a restricted license. A restricted license is usually requested by the driver after their license has been suspended.

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