Orlando DUI Defense Lawyer DMV Hearing
After Your DUI Arrest: License Suspension
If you are arrested on DUI charges, your driver’s license will be confiscated and your driving privileges will be suspended. However, you do have the right to contest your license suspension at a hearing with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. You will have exactly ten days from the date you were arrested, to schedule this hearing. If you do not schedule this hearing within that time frame, then you will lose your right to a hearing entirely and your license will automatically be suspended.
If you are facing DUI charges, it is imperative that you hire an experienced Orlando DUI defense attorney to represent you because your attorney may have the tools and tactics to prove that your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was below the legal limit of 0.08%, that you were unlawfully arrested, that your rights were violated upon arrest, or that an error was made during the administration of your breath or blood test.
Experienced DUI Attorneys for License Suspension
Our legal team at Katz & Phillips, P.A. are committed to helping you sustain your driving privileges by representing you at your DHSMV hearing. We know that having your driving privileges in tact is a way of life and that public transportation just is not an option.
Trust a team of experienced DUI lawyers to represent you and assist you through the entire legal process. We will take the time to research and examine the evidence that suggests you were unlawfully arrested, that the police made errors, or that your rights were violated. Every DUI case is unique and you deserve the best legal representation in the State.