Understanding Drivers’ License Suspension After A DUI
The loss of a driving license can be detrimental. Individuals who truly need to keep driving are discouraged from going in front of a judge without legal representation.
A criminal defense attorney who knows the procedures involved, one who can be a real advocate is vital to preserving important driving privileges.
Here’s What You Need To Know About Losing Your License
Many drivers in Oklahoma who have been arrested for drunk driving worry about losing their license. This is understandable; a vehicle is considered a lifeline that gets us to important places like work or school.
If your driver’s license has been suspended or may be suspended, you should understand the laws and procedures in Oklahoma regarding driver’s license suspension in Oklahoma after a DUI — and options available after losing your license.
Challenging A Drivers’ License Suspension
Someone arrested for DUI may lose their driver’s license automatically if they do not bring the case to a district court to challenge the grounds for arrest. An alternative is to apply to the Impaired Driver Accountability Program (IDAP).
To take action in a timely manner, contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible after a DUI arrest. You have 30 days to appeal your case outcome an administrative hearing. Your case and your life circumstances are unique. Call the Swain Law Group today for a free consultation about your case and start the process of determining the best way forward.
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If you or a loved one faces license suspension due to a DUI, contact our team of lawyers in Norman to learn about options available and how we can help. Serving all of Cleveland County, and the entire state of Oklahoma.