Suspended License Lawyer
One of the worst things about being charged with a Florida DUI is the loss of your driving privileges. Without your driver’s license, you may be unable to get to work, transport your kids or even buy food without difficulty.
If you were arrested for drunk driving, you can request an administrative hearing with the DMV to fight the loss of your license, while the criminal component of your case will be handled as a separate matter in court. Unfortunately, the DMV hearing officer serves as the prosecution, the jury and the judge regarding your ability to drive.
Make no mistake about it: The DMV’s primary goal is to take away your license, and it wins the vast majority of license suspension hearings. If you go into a hearing without a strong defense, you will probably lose.
A Strong Defense in Court and in DMV Hearings
As a DUI defense and criminal defense lawyer with more than 30 years of experience, I know how to contend for your driving privileges in DMV hearings and fight for your legal rights in court. I help my clients get their licenses restored by:
- Defending them against DUI charges in criminal proceedings
- Challenging breath test and blood test evidence regarding blood alcohol content
- Negotiating with prosecution to achieve favorable results when the evidence against them is strong
- Fighting accusations of driving under the influence of drugs
Every case is different, and every driver’s license suspension should be approached as a unique matter.
Contact a DMV Attorney
Searching for a suspended license attorney? Contact me, Erik S., for a free consultation. I will help you understand your legal rights and your options for keeping your driving privileges.