YOU ONLY HAVE 10 DAYS TO PRESERVE YOUR DRIVER’S LICENSE
If you have been arrested for driving while under the influence, in most cases you have only 10 days to challenge the administrative suspension of your driver’s license. If you fail to challenge this suspension the DUI will remain on your permanent driving record for 75 years. Contact a DUI Lawyer immediately to discuss the specific circumstances of your case.
I have been arrested for DUI, what do I do now?
- Our goal is to keep you driving, we will file the proper legal documents with the DMV, and in the majority of cases we will have your temporary license delivered to you the same day.
- We will file pleadings of not guilty in your criminal case and begin to gather all the evidence to aggressively fight your DUI.
- You will not have to appear in court, we will appear on your behalf on the court dates and excuse your presence so you can remain at work with your schedule uninterrupted.
- We will file motions to suppress evidence or dismiss as appropriate and each case; the goal is to have the charges dismissed or reduced so you will not have your license revoked.
Click on the links below for detailed information regarding DUI sanctions:
→ DUI 2nd Offense
→ DUI 3rd Offense
→ DUI 4th or more
→ DUI Manslaughter
→ DUI Property Damage
→ DUI Personal Injury
Contact our office now for a free phone or office consultation. Once you speak with DUI lawyer Michael Mastrogiovanni you will understand the difference. We will fight your DUI charge and your drivers’ license suspension by conducting a thorough examination of all of the evidence. NOT all lawyers are trained DUI lawyers.