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Understanding Drivers’ License Suspension After A DUI

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. However, it’s important to understand the laws and procedures in Oklahoma regarding driver’s licenses suspension in Oklahoma after a DUI — and options available for those who do lose their license.

Challenging A Drivers’ License Suspension

Someone arrested for DUI will have three choices:

  • Apply to the Impaired Driver Accountability Program (IDAP)
  • Challenge the stop and administration of the breath or blood test in a District Court
  • Do nothing and lose your driver’s license.

A decision as to which option is best for your situation must be made within 30 days of a DUI arrest. Each case is different and everyone’s life situation is unique. Call the Swain Law Group today for a free consultation about your case and start the process of figuring out which option is best for you.

Help From A DUI Attorney. Call 405-546-1292 Today.

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.

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.