If you were given a ‘pink sheet’, that the police sometimes refer to as a "temporary license”, it is actually a NOTICE OF SUSPENSION! YOU ONLY HAVE 10 DAYS from the date of your arrest to contact the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Driver Safety Division to request an administrative per se hearing. Otherwise, your driver’s license will automatically go into suspension 30 days after your arrest. Attorney Nash is happy to help in obtaining a hearing or instruct you on how to obtain one yourself. Just contact our law firm or schedule an appointment today.