Yes, I can represent you at a DMV hearing to prevent a suspension of your license. When the officer took your driver license, the DMV was sent a Notice of Suspension. You have 10 days from that date to stop an automatic suspension from occurring. So, I can help you with a DMV hearing, but, even if we win that hearing, note that we will still have to fight for your license in court. Basically, the government has two chances to take your driver license away with a DUI charge, which is why it is so important to have an experienced DUI attorney help you through the entire process. An attorney with experience at the DMV level and the court level can make a difference in preserving your privilege to drive. Even if your license is suspended, an experienced attorney can help you navigate the complex DMV maze so that your privileges are restored as soon as possible.
Depending upon where things are in the investigation process, I may also be able to help you avoid further legal consequences. Field sobriety tests are not always reliable, but I will need to know more about your case in order to properly determine the right course of action to take in defending your rights against a DUI charge. Read More.