Choose David E. Deal & Associates To Fight For Your License
If you or someone you love has been arrested or charged with driving under the influence (DUI), you will need to act swiftly. DUI convictions are unlike other types of criminal convictions because they include criminal consequences as well as civil repercussions. In addition to potential criminal conviction, drivers who have been arrested for DUI can have their driver’s licenses suspended or completely revoked.
How We Can Help
If you are arrested for DUI, you will have only a limited number of days to request an administrative hearing with the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) to contest the suspension or revocation of your driving privileges. The arresting police officer will typically give a driver a temporary license that can be used for up to 30 days. Your BMV hearing will not have an impact on your criminal penalties but rather will serve as the opportunity to save your license.
Having handled hundreds of criminal cases involving drunk driving, we can do the following for you:
- Obtain proof or evidence to put a stop to a license suspension or revocation
- Discredit police reports or uncover a wrongful arrest
- Determine whether search and seizure laws were violated
- Help you procure a temporary license that can allow you to drive to court-approved locations, such as work or school
Our skilled Indiana criminal defense lawyer has helped many past clients keep their licenses after being arrested for DUI. In fact, as a former prosecutor, attorney Deal knows the violations and errors that police officers may make during traffic stops, sobriety checkpoints, or search and seizure procedures. We know what type of evidence is needed to create a powerful defense strategy that can withstand opposition and ultimately help you keep your driving privileges.
Call To Receive A Free Case Evaluation
No matter how incriminating the evidence against you may seem, you need to know that you can fight the allegations against you. Contact David E. Deal & Associates immediately to retain an Indianapolis criminal defense lawyer who is ready and willing to fight on your behalf.