If you are arrested for DUI, the department of motor vehicles will try and suspend your license to operate a motor vehicle. Once your criminal case is over the criminal courts will try and revoke your driver’s license. What is the difference? How long will you potentially lose your license for after a conviction for DUI and what can I do? Contact the Lee Viacava Law Firm to explain all your options and which is best for you after an arrest for a DUI.
The duration of the suspension depends on numerous factors
Some factual examples are the following: whether it is the first offense, did you refuse, did you provide a sample over .15, was anyone was injured, was there property damage, do you have a commercial driver’s license and many more. Contact the Lee Viacava Law Firm so you will be prepared.
Losing your license completely can cause several challenges
When you don’t have a license, you depend on other people or must take public transportation. Such arrangements can be unreliable and can get expensive. Lee Viacava will explain if you are eligible for a hardship license and if so how he can help you get one. This is just one phase of how Mr. Viacava will help you after being arrested for DUI, the Lee Viacava Law Firm has helped people just like you for over 15 years. Aside from your license he will review your case, advise if you have any defenses and mitigate all criminal penalties imposed upon you. The most important thing to do is contact him right away, so he can advise you based on your own situation. Contact Lee Viacava at the Lee Viacava Law Firm to learn about your options after an arrest for DUI.