After being arrested for a San Diego DUI, you will be facing two different proceedings – the courts and the San Diego DMV.
People who are facing San Diego DUI charges are given a temporary driving license which will expire in 30 days. If you want to extend your driving license then you have to file for an administrative hearing in the San Diego DMV. You must file for the hearing in the San Diego DMV within 10 days of your arrest. Once your hearing starts, your driving privileges will be protected until the hearings end.
If you win the San Diego DMV hearing then your driving privileges will be protected until the court delivers a verdict in your case.