Certain driving-related offenses, including all DUI convictions, will lead to an automatic driver's license suspension or revocation for a period of time. Factors including the person's driving record and previous violations will influence the duration of the suspension or revocation. If you were arrested for DUI, do not simply give in and give up.
With the help of a knowledgeable Miami DUI attorney, you could have the ability to have your charges dismissed, reduced or you could be found not guilty when the case goes to trial. I am a former prosecutor with more than 3 decades of experience, and I personally handle every case at my firm. I will fight for your rights in court and everything possible to help you avoid the heavy Florida DUI penalties that will be imposed in a conviction, including license suspension.
If your license has been suspended, do not drive. Driving with a suspended license convictions can lead to up to 5 years imprisonment and a substantial increase in the length of your suspension. It may be possible, however, to successfully appeal a suspension. You may request a hearing with the DMV to challenge the suspension or you can apply for a hardship license that allows you to legally drive under certain restrictions.
After your license suspension term has been completed, you will receive a Notice of Restoration from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. This notice will give you specific instructions for getting your license back, including:
I can explain your options and handle all of the details for you. If you were illegally stopped by police, it may be possible to avoid license suspension and have your DUI charges dismissed. My commitment to excellence has earned me an Avvo Rating of 10.0 Superb, so you can trust my abilities that are backed by the results of my winning cases. If you need help reinstating your license or challenging the suspension with the DMV, contact my firm.