Tampa Bay License Suspension Attorney
If you have been arrested for DUI, you must act within 10 days to preserve your driving privileges; you will need to file an application for formal review of your license suspension and revocation. This application must be filed with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. A driver's license hearing officer will then conduct a hearing to determine the license suspension. My firm provides experienced and dedicated legal representation to people in these license suspension hearings.
Have you been arrested for DUI and are worried about driver's license suspension? You can challenge the suspension of your driving privileges. Call the law office of Jeff Keel, P.A. at 813.629.2492 for your free consultation with an experienced lawyer. You could also contact me online to discuss your license suspension.
You can fight for your driving privileges
I have been a DUI defense attorney since 1995 and have handled over 3,500 DUI cases. A great majority of these cases involved a driver's license administrative hearing. If you are worried about license suspension, you can feel confident with my firm on your side.
Driver's license suspension is immediately implemented upon a DUI arrest. You must act within 10 days after the arrest to challenge your license suspension. Additionally, if you blew .08 or above on the breath test or refused the breath or urine test, you will automatically lose your license for a set period. These are administrative suspensions that need to be handled regardless of the outcome of your DUI case. After the 10-day period, you will not be able to challenge this suspension. You will face either 30 or 90 days of “hard time” before you can even apply for a hardship license.
You can challenge your driver's license suspension at the Formal Review Hearing at the Department of Motor Vehicles. Contact me online or call me today at 813.629.2492 to learn how I can help.