An arrest for a DUI in Buckeye can lead to an automatic suspension of your driver’s license for 90 days to a year, depending on what happened during your arrest. You can stop that by requesting a hearing with the Arizona MVD Executive Hearing Office to challenge the suspension. The hearing is held in front of an administrative law judge at the Arizona MVD Executive Hearing Office and is a completely separate administrative matter from your criminal case. Even winning your DUI criminal case in the Buckeye Municipal Court will not necessarily stop the MVD from taking action against you and a loss of your driving privileges.
With driving being a central part of our lives, it is important to contact an attorney with experience and knowledge in handling license suspension hearings for your Buckeye Municipal Court DUI case. The Rosenstein Law Group will provide you with a free consultation to explain your options and defense. Contact us today at 480-248-7666 or online.
If you want the ability to have a license suspension hearing, then you must request one within 15 days of arrest. This deadline is strictly enforced, and so it is important to call the Rosenstein Law Group to ensure that we can request a hearing and prepare a smart and aggressive defense for your case. We will work to ensure that your deadlines are and that if possible, your driving privileges can be preserved.
If you do not request a license suspension hearing within 15 days of being arrested, then the MVD will strictly enforce your license suspension. This is a strict deadline, and so it is important for you to call the Rosenstein Law Group to ensure that we can request your hearing and prepare your case. We will work diligently to ensure that the deadlines are met and that your driving privileges can be preserved if possible.
Because of the strict deadlines, you must contact an attorney as soon as possible if you are arrested for a DUI in Buckeye. Call the Rosenstein Law Group at 480-248-7666 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation and preserve your rights and privileges.