DUI is a crime that has two components: DMV and criminal. When you are pulled over for drunk driving in the state of Florida, you have 10 days to challenge a DUI before the window closes and you must serve your sentence from the initial arrest. This applies to your driver’s license privileges and will also impact your ability to get a hardship license that will allow you to continue to drive for important issues, such as school or work. Unfortunately, after the 10 days have passed, your opportunity to challenge the suspension of your license has also passed. That is why you need to act now! You can waive your right to a formal review hearing at the DMV if you choose and get a hardship license immediately. This needs to be done within the 10 days as well though.
Give our Fort Lauderdale DUI attorney a call today for a free over-the-phone evaluation. At the Law Offices of Lorri K. Fishman, Attorney Fishman has 20 years of legal experience. As a former prosecutor, she is not afraid to fight for your rights.
The firm looks at all the facts of your case. Lorri can help challenge the Breathalyzer test based on faulty equipment or other reasons and she can look at the police report to help ensure that all tests were carried out in accordance with the law. She has the experience to help you build a solid defense, and works to prove that your license was wrongfully suspended, if applicable.
It is always in your best interest to contact a knowledgeable Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Because you only have 10 days, ignoring your arrest is not an option. After you give the firm a call, Attorney Fishman would be happy to review your case and see the best possible plan of action that she can take so that you do not lose your license.
The Law Offices of Lorri K. Fishman is ready to help you through the entire complex legal process. Call a DUI attorney in Fort Lauderdale at (954) 371-0229.