Losing your driver’s license can be costly

| Jun 17, 2016 | Driver's License Suspension or Revocation

Being charged with drunk driving is almost always going to mean that you won’t be able to drive a car legally because your driver’s license will be suspended or revoked. For those who are used to driving themselves around, losing their driver’s license can make life very difficult. We know that you might not think you can live without your driver’s license. We can’t promise that we will be able to help you keep your license, but we can work toward minimizing the effects of the license loss.

It is sometimes possible for people facing drunk driving charges to be granted a conditional license. This license would allow you to drive to and from work. It might also provide you with the ability to drive to other places. If this is something that you want to try to acheive, we must get to work quickly on the case so that we can ensure no deadlines for petitioning the appropriate legal bodies.

For some drivers, such as taxi drivers, delivery drivers, and truckers, the loss of the ability to drive can mean the end of the income. This might be the case even if your drunk driving arrest doesn’t end in a conviction because of insurance company policies that prohibit driving records that have serious blemishes.

If you are facing drunk driving charges, make sure that you don’t waste time before you start on your defense. Drunk driving charges can be very difficult to defend against. The more time we have to work on your defense, the stronger we can build that defense.