Just because you’ve been arrested for a DUI in the jurisdiction of the McDowell Mountain Justice Court, this doesn’t mean that’s the only place you have business. You will also have cause to have an administrative hearing in front of the Motor Vehicle Division Executive Hearing Office regarding your license suspension. Winning your criminal case in the McDowell Mountain Justice Court will not stop the MVD from taking action against your driving privileges.
The Rosenstein Law Group offers free consultations for those facing license suspension hearings from DUI arrests in the McDowell Mountain Justice Court precinct. Call today at 480-248-7666 or contact us online to we can help you find your best options.
The MVD enforces a strict 15-day requirement to request a license suspension hearing. This requirement starts at the date of service of the notice of suspension, which is typically when you get arrested. If you fail to request a hearing on time, then you will not get to have one and your driving privileges will be lost. Given the strict time limits, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible.
An experienced and knowledgeable attorney is the first step in preserving your driving privileges. The Rosenstein Law Group has helped thousands with their License Suspension Hearings. Call today at 480-248-7666 or contact us online to find out what you can do with yours.