A DUI Arrest leads to more than a criminal case. You will also face an administrative matter in front of the MVD’s Executive Hearing Office, presided over by an administrative law judge, that will determine whether you get to keep your driving privileges. Winning your criminal case is not enough to stop the MVD from taking your privilege to drive.
Your first step in preserving your driving privileges is retaining an attorney experienced in handling MVD License Suspension Hearings. The Rosenstein Law Group has the knowledge and experience to handle such hearings. Contact us today at 480-248-7666 or online for a free consultation to find out what your best options are.
There is a strict, 15-day requirement to request a MVD License Suspension Hearing with the MVD. That clock begins to tick when you are served with the notice of suspension, typically the day you are arrested for a DUI. Failing to meet the 15-day requirement means that you will not have a hearing and will lose your driving privileges. You should contact an attorney prior to the expiration of the 15-day limit so that we can help you meet those deadlines and prepare your case for hearing.
The Rosenstein Law Group offers free consultations for MVD License Suspension Hearings for those charged with DUIs in the Apache Junction Justice Court. We’ve helped thousands in Arizona get the best possible result in their DUI cases. Call us today at 480-248-7666 or contact us online to schedule your consultation.