When you face a DUI arrest in the Pioneer Justice Court, you face more than just a criminal case – you also face an administrative hearing with the Motor Vehicle Division’s Executive Hearing Office where an administrative law judge may determine whether or not you get to keep your driving privileges. Winning your criminal case is not enough to stop the MVD from suspending your driving privileges.
An attorney helping you handle your MVD License Suspension Hearing is your first step in preserving your driving privileges. The Rosenstein Law Group can give you your best show at preserving your ability to drive. Contact us today at 480-248-7666 or online for a free consultation to discuss what your best options are.
The MVD strictly enforced a 15 day requirement to request a hearing. That requirement begins when you are served with a notice of suspension, typically the day of arrest. Failing to meet this requirement means you don’t get to have a hearing and that you will lose your driving privileges. It is important to contact an attorney before time runs out so that we can help you meet your deadlines and prepare your defense.
The Rosenstein Law Group offers free consultations for MVD License suspension Hearings that are caused by Pioneer Justice Court DUI cases and have helped thousands across Arizona get the best possible results in their DUI cases. Call today at 480-248-7666 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation so we can begin working on your case together.