If you have been charged with a DUI and are facing the possibility of losing your driver’s license, contact Bellon & Maningo, Ltd. to assist you with this process.
If you have been charged with a DUI, not only do you face possible criminal liability, but your driver’s license can also be suspended and/or revoked as a result of a DUI charge. Even if you are later found not guilty of the DUI, you can still face such consequences. An experienced defense attorney can help you avoid driver’s license suspension or revocation.
If you have been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving or have been charged with drunk driving, call a skilled administrative hearing attorney in Nevada
The state of Nevada DMV is more than just long lines and wait times. It is a bureaucratic organization with strict rules and regulations. The individuals who preside over your case at an administrative hearing have very little patience and discretion when making decisions related to your driver’s license. Therefore, it is vital to have an attorney who understands the ins and outs of the bureaucracy involved at these hearings and can put forth the best defense on your behalf. There are a number of reasons why an individual arrested for a DUI should still be able to keep his/her driver’s license, such as: technical discrepancies by the arresting officer during a DUI stop, hardship or necessity for work licenses. That is why it is imperative you know and understand your rights when it comes to such administrative hearings.
Losing your driving privileges for any reason can have a detrimental impact on your quality of life and those who depend on you. If you have received notice that the DMV is initiating an action against your driver’s license, you often will have a limited time in which to respond. If you fail to make a timely request, you may lose your right to have a hearing.