Protecting Your License Following A DUI Arrest

From the moment you are arrested for drunk driving, the clock is ticking, starting with the automatic suspension of your driver's license. You have 15 days to request a hearing before Oklahoma's Department of Public Safety to argue for restoration of your driving privileges. By not taking action, you could lose your license before your case is resolved.

The locally based attorneys at our Weatherford law firm handle all aspects of the administrative and criminal processes involved in DUI charges. Put your mind at ease. We possess the skills and experience necessary to restore your license.

An Arrest For Drunk Driving Can Result In The Loss Of Your Driving Privileges

A DUI arrest automatically triggers license suspension. Failure to schedule a hearing to restore your driving privileges in 15 days carries catastrophic consequences. The inability to drive is extended starting 30 days after your arrest. You will not be able to drive to work or anywhere else while you await trial.

Simple errands or picking up your children from school is no longer an option. You must schedule a time to appear before the DPS. If not, you may lose your license for much longer, especially if you are convicted or plead guilty.

On your behalf, we represent you before the license suspension hearing. We possess the experience and insight to build a strong defense, and argue in favor of license restoration. The stakes are far too high to retain an attorney who lacks the insight that locally based lawyers can provide.

Attorneys Committed To Protecting Your Rights And Driving Privileges

Schedule a free initial consultation by calling Recker & Recker, PC, at 580-302-5028 or fill out our online intake form.