Colorado Springs DMV Hearings Lawyer
Aggressive Defense on Your Side
Are you facing a charge of DUI? The criminal and administrative processes to address such a charge can be lengthy and complicated. In addition to criminal charges, individuals who have been charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs may also be subject to an administrative DMV hearing.
Separate from your criminal proceedings, the DMV hearing addresses the possible suspension of your driver's license. At an administrative hearing, your Colorado Springs DUI attorney can challenge the attempt to suspend your license. Often the arresting officer will make statements regarding your arrest and subsequent charges.
As your lawyer I may have the opportunity to rebut these to accomplish any of the following:
- Prove that there was not probable cause to stop you
- Prove that your breath or blood test was not accurately obtained
- Prove that there was not probable cause for the officer to obtain your blood or breath
- Prove that your breath or blood test was not .08% or higher (above the legal BAC)
You Only Have 1 Week To Request Your DMV Hearing After A DUI Arrest.
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What to Expect at Your Hearing
In the actual hearing, you will have a hearing officer who will review all the materials in your "expressed consent" packet. The packet contains the police report from your DUI arrest. The officer will ask if you have any objections to their admission. If you wish to challenge your
license suspension, now is the time to act. You can also request the officer's presence at you hearing, where they will be sworn in and must testify about the arrest.
By having a Colorado Springs DMV hearing attorney on your side, you will be able to cross exam the officer during this time. Not only that, but you can also present a sworn testimony and allow the hearing officer to ask you any questions regarding the arrest. You can consult with me to create an effective legal strategy for your DMV hearing.
How an Experienced Lawyer Can Help
After a favorable hearing, you may be able to retain your driving privileges; however, success at the DMV has no immediate bearing on your criminal case, and you will need to continue through the criminal court process. An administrative hearing could stand as evidence in your criminal case.
An experienced Colorado Springs DUI lawyer is best equipped to make a successful DMV hearing work in your favor during the criminal process. For a free initial consultation with an experienced legal professional about your DUI charges, contact my firm today.
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