One of the penalties that can affect a person who is convicted of drunk driving is the suspension or revocation of their driver’s license. Without a driver’s license, it is difficult to get around the city, as they are accustomed to doing. It can make it hard to get to work or to get children to and from their activities. We know that having your driver’s license suspended can adversely affect many aspects of your life. We can help you to explore the options you have for fighting a driver’s license suspension or revocation.
In some cases, it may be possible to get a conditional driver’s license or a restricted license. While a license of this type won’t help to solve all of your transportation issues, it can help you to get work and to get children to school and to medical appointments. We can help you discover if you are eligible for a conditional or restricted driver’s license.
We know that you might not know where to start when you need to fight a driver’s license suspension. We can help you learn what you need to do, but you must act quickly. There is a very short time frame for fighting a license suspension or revocation. The deadline is listed on the paperwork you received regarding the issue.
While you are fighting a driver’s license suspension, you also need to start getting your defense together for the charges placed against you. We can help you to build your defense. In some cases, we might be able to use some of the information we presented in the case against your license suspension.