MVD License Suspension Hearings – San Marcos Justice Court
If you have been arrested for and are charged with a DUI in the Kyrene Justice Court, you have more than a criminal case to worry about. You may also be facing an administrative matter before the Motor Vehicle Division’s Executive Hearing Office, where an administrative law judge will determine whether or not you get to keep your driving privileges. Winning your DUI case in the Kyrene Justice Court will not necessarily stop the MVD from taking action against you.
You should get an attorney on your side who has knowledge and experience with MVD License Suspension Hearings. The Rosenstein Law Group has that knowledge and experience to give you your best chance at preserving your driving privileges. Contact us today at 480-248-7666 or online for a free consultation to discuss your options with us.
Mandatory Time Limits
The MVD strictly enforces a 15-day requirement to request a License Suspension Hearing. That 15-day requirement starts from the date of service of the notice of suspension, which is usually the day of arrest. Failing to meet this requirement will lead to a loss of your right to a hearing, which means you will lose your driving privileges. Given the tight deadlines, it is imperative to contact an attorney as quickly as possible.
Hiring an attorney with experience in MVD License Suspension Hearings is your first step. The Rosenstein Law Group offers free consultations for MVD License suspension Hearings caused by Kyrene Justice Court DUI cases and has helped thousands across Arizona get the best possible result in their case. Call today at 480-248-7666 or contact us online for a free consultation.