Arizona DUI 101: What You Need to Know
Following an arrest for driving under the influence (DUI), arresting police officers will typically automatically revoke your driver’s license. You will then have up to 15 days to submit an appeal with the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) to prevent a license suspension or complete revocation.
Failure to request an administrative hearing could lead to an automatic suspension of your license.
Because DUI cases are incredibly time-sensitive, you must take immediate action and speak with a Tempe DUI defense lawyer who can help secure the best possible outcome for you.
At Kent Law PLC, we have extensive experience in representing people in license hearings and know of persuasive strategies that can help prevent license suspension or secure a temporary license to allow you to travel to work, school, or other locations.
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