The circumstance most commonly associated with the need to attend a DMV hearing is a DUI conviction or other serious moving violation. However, this is not the only reason one might need to attend a DMV hearing. Medical disqualifications can be appealed or other restrictions removed. Older drivers may have had their license suspended after an accident. Going to the DMV on your own without any legal advice or guidance may mean permanent or prolonged loss of the driving privilege. DMV hearing law specialists are accustomed to making presentations to the DMV as a normal part of their business.