DUI Lawyer in Phoenix
Representing You at Your Phoenix MVD Hearing
Following a DUI citation, you have 15 days to schedule a hearing with the Motor Vehicle Department regarding the status of your driver's license. The purpose of this administrative review is to determine whether or not your license will be suspended, revoked or restricted. If you do not request the hearing, your license will automatically be suspended.
This is a key first step in fighting the charges against you, and why you should contact a Phoenix DUI attorney for help with the hearing. While the hearing's results may have no particular bearing on your criminal case, maintaining your driving privileges can be vital. If you drive to work, or driving is a requirement for your job, losing your license could create many financial and other hardships.
The Wallin Law Firm can assist you in scheduling and preparing for a MVD hearing. We have worked with many individuals charged with DUI through all phases of their case, including successfully guiding them through the MVD hearing process. Contact us at once if you have been charged with DUI to ensure your hearing paperwork is filed properly and you don't miss any critical deadlines.
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Following a DUI arrest, your license will automatically be suspended for 90 days. The suspension won't go into effect if you schedule a MVD hearing during the specified time period. If you don't arrange for the hearing, you will lose the right to drive.
In Arizona, an administrative license suspension is one of several ways your driving privileges can be revoked. Your license can also be suspended if you:
- Refuse a breath, blood or urine test
- Fail a chemical test
- Accrue 8 - 12 MVD points (DUI is 8 points)
- Are convicted of DUI
Don't put your right to drive at risk during an already difficult situation. Our attorneys can answer all of your MVD hearing questions and assist you with this important matter.
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from our firm to help prevent the loss of your driving privileges if you have been charged with DUI.