This could allow you to avoid the suspension of your license.
You have 10 days after your arrest to request a DMV hearing, and at my firm, Neal Weingart, Attorney at Law, LLC, I can manage this process, and schedule the hearing and take action for you. I serve on the Legal Committee for the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and have won awards for my work in criminal defense.
I have gained extensive knowledge and experience in court, and have served at over 100 trials to date, and I have worked on many different types of cases, and I know what evidence must be presented at the DMV hearing to achieve a positive outcome. Contact my firm today to begin fighting for the best possible outcome!
A DMV hearing will be set within 30 days of your arrest and must be located at The Office of Administrative Hearings, within 100 miles of your arrest. The DMV hearing will be administered by an Administrative Law Judge and you can require that the arresting police officer be present. If you are being charged of DUI and the police officer cannot fully prove that there was probable cause to stop you, or that they administered field sobriety, breath, or blood tests correctly with results proving that you had a BAC level of 0.08% or higher, it is possible that you could retain your license.
If the police officer did not advise you of your legal obligation to submit to chemical testing, did not correctly file all of the necessary paperwork, or committed another legally significant error, your hearing could have a positive outcome, as many have for me in the past.
Having a suspended driver's license can affect your ability to work, attend school, and all other driving activities. If there were errors in any aspect of the police stop or arrest procedure or other element in your case, you have a chance to avoid license suspension. I will then move ahead with defending you at your criminal case for the DUI charges, which take place in court.
Contact me as soon as possible after your arrest for DUI in order to take action to prevent your driver's license from being suspended by the DMV. You have only 10 days to act. Call now.