A DUI in the jurisdiction of the San Marcos Justice Court can lead to criminal charges in the San Marcos Justice Court, but also an administrative matter with the Motor Vehicle Division’s Executive Hearing Office. In that hearing, an administrative law judge will determine whether you get to keep your driving privileges. Winning your DUI case in the San Marcos Justice Court will not necessarily stop the MVD from taking action against your driving privileges.
If you are facing a DUI you need an attorney that is also experienced in handling MVD License Suspension Hearings. The Rosenstein Law Group has helped thousands with their MVD License Suspension Hearings and can help you too. Contact us today at 480-248-7666 or online for a free consultation to discuss your options.
There is a strictly enforced 15-day time limit to request an MVD License Suspension Hearing. That 15-day requirement begins on the date of service of the notice of suspension, typically the day you are arrested. Failing to abide by the time limit leads to a loss of the right to a hearing, which means your driving privileges will be lost. Given the time limits, it is important to find an attorney quickly.
Finding the right attorney is important. You need one with the knowledge and experience to advise you about the best course of action with your MVD License Suspension Hearing. If you have been charged with a DUI in the San Marcos Justice Court contact the Rosenstein Law Group today by calling 480-248-7666 or contacting us online to schedule your free consultation. We will help you get the best possible result in your case.