Miami DHSMV Hearing Attorney
Have you had your driver's license suspended after being arrested for
DUI? We understand that this is a frightening experience which generates
a chain of decisions that must be made within a certain time frame. If
this is your first DUI arrest, you have 10 days to challenge the DHSMV
suspension, or you will lose that right.
Your Traffic Ticket Attorney can give you a crystal-clear view into the
law, your options, and what should be done with regard to a DHSMV hearing
and your legal right to drive. Make a decision you won't regret, and
call upon our firm for professional assistance in scheduling and representing
you at a DHSMV hearing.
Miami DHSMV Hearing Lawyer: Driver's License Suspension
There are recent changes in law for DUI convictions. At first glance, it
may appear that the new legislation is superior, as it streamlines the
process for obtaining a Business Purpose Only (BPO) license for first
offenders. There is also a risk to taking this route; your license suspension
cannot be challenged and you will have the suspension on your permanent
If your livelihood depends on your ability to drive with no lapse, we should
review this option. Before you make a decision to give up your right to
challenge the suspension, talk to a Miami traffic ticket attorney from
our firm. If this is not your first offense, the decision is clear, as
this option is not available to you. Your case should be reviewed immediately.
You have decisions to make, and our DHSMV hearing lawyer is a former Miami
prosecutor and is ready to review your situation immediately.
Can I challenge my driver's license suspension?
Our attorney should meet with you at once to review the specifics of your
case to give you a realistic assessment of the options open to you. The
risk of challenging the suspension is that should the DHSMV uphold the
suspension, you would have a 30 day minimum 'hard time' license
suspension before we could apply for a BPO license. The penalties are
greater for refusals to blow in the breathalyzer, or if your blood alcohol
content is alleged to have been over .08%.
Challenging your driver's license suspension in a DHSMV hearing has
a few noteworthy advantages. First, it gives us the opportunity of review
the case against you, and to analyze the situation, evidence, and test
results, police procedures and other data. This is an important matter
that should take place immediately. It may be possible to get your case
dismissed, under specific circumstances. Second, if the arresting officer
or the technician who administered your breath test does not appear at
the hearing, the suspension could be automatically lifted. This is not
uncommon. We are ready to help you fight back. Call now.