The driver’s license portion of a DUI case is one of the more complicated issues to understand.
If you have been arrested for a DUI in Arizona, typically the police officer will take your driver’s license and provide you with a form labeled “Admin Per Se / Implied Consent.” This form will act as your driver’s license for fifteen days following your arrest. On the sixteenth day, your license will be suspended for 90 days. The first 30 days of your suspension will result in absolutely no driving. If you receive alcohol screening from a state licensed facility, you will be eligible for a restricted licenses for the last 60 days. A restricted license means you are able to drive to work and school.
A DUI charge can be a scary, overwhelming process. Don’t go at it alone. You need the representation of an accomplished attorney to fight your Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, Gilbert, Scottsdale DUI case. Mr. Lopez is a well-respected criminal defense attorney who fights to get his clients’ case dismissed or reduced. Call Matthew Lopez Law for a free DUI consult!