What You Need to Know About the DMV Hearing

When a person is suspected of DUI or OWI, the police will ask them to submit to a breath or blood test. If a driver refuses to submit to either of these tests, then his or her driver's license will automatically be confiscated, resulting in a one-year suspension.

Drivers have the opportunity to contest the suspension of their license at an administrative hearing. However, a driver only has 14 days to schedule this hearing. Failure to schedule and appear at a hearing will result in the loss of one's driver's license.

Contact an Experienced Michigan DUI Lawyer

It is very important that you take the opportunity to contest the suspension of your driver's license. At the Law Offices of Freedman & Freedman, we have a great deal of DUI defense experience, and have represented clients throughout Oakland County and Wayne County at their DMV hearing. We can help you fight the suspension of your driver's license and provide you with the aggressive defense needed to resolve your case successfully. If your license has already been suspended, we urge you to still contact our office, as we can help you apply for a hardship license or a restricted license.

Not having a driver's license is very inconvenient. Avoid the headache and hassle of losing your driver's license by contacting an experienced Michigan DUI attorney at the Law Offices of Freedman & Freedman. We are committed to doing everything we can to help you keep your driving privileges!

Contact the Law Offices of Freedman & Freedman today to discuss your DUI or OWI case!