If you have a DUI pending in the San Tan Justice Court you may also face an administrative proceeding in the Motor Vehicle Division’s Executive Hearing Office to determine whether you get to keep your driving privileges. Winning your criminal case 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 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.
The MVD strictly enforced a 15-day time limit to request an MVD License Suspension Hearing. That time-limit starts on the date of service of the notice of suspension, which is usually the day you are arrested. Failing to abide by that time limit leads to a loss of the right to a hearing, which will mean that you lose your driving privileges. Because the MVD strictly enforces the time limit, finding an attorney quickly is so important.