There are two different agencies handling separate parts of your DUI case. The Department of Motor Vehicles is handling the initial suspension of your license and the State Attorney’s Office is prosecuting you for the criminal offense.
Did you know that you only have 10 days from the day of your arrest to contest the administrative suspension of your license? If a request to contest the administrative suspension is not filed within that 10 days you could lose your ability to drive after that 10 day period.
So how can our firm help you? We can file the appropriate paperwork to contest this suspension, subpoena the arresting officers to the hearing and extend your ability to drive on a hardship license and possibly get the administrative suspension overturned.
DUI’s are very complex cases with serious statutory mandatory penalties if you plead guilty or are found guilty. By hiring our firm to represent you, you will have an EXPERIENCED TEAM handling your case and investigating every possible angle to try and avoid these penalties and win your case. We will subpoena the roadside video, the video at the breath test facility and all records pertaining to the intoxilizer to see if any errors were made that could aid in defeating the prosecutors case.
It’s always better to fight for your rights which are guaranteed to you by the Florida and United States Constitutions. LET US FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS!