Phoenix Suspended License Lawyers

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When an individual is convicted of a DUI, there are a number of penalties that they face ranging from jail time to fines. One of the other penalties is the suspension of the person’s driver’s license. Depending on the individual’s occupation and need for their driver’s license, this can be a harsh penalty. While it is temporary, even a short amount of time without your driver’s license can have a negative effect on your job, school, or any errands that need to be completed. At MayesTelles PLLC, we are fully aware of the process that someone must go through in order to reinstate their driver’s license after a DUI.

Our Phoenix DUI attorneys have nearly 100 years of experience and can walk you the process in order to give you a strong chance of reinstating your driver’s license. It is important to act quickly after the suspension so you can get started on completing the requirements. Our firm can explain the process to you so you can feel confident at each step.

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Driving on a Suspended Driver’s License

If your driver’s license has been suspended, it is important to avoid driving in order to prevent further charges. One of the more common problems after someone has their driver’s license suspended is the continuation of driving. If someone is caught doing this, they face further penalties including losing their vehicle to impound. If someone is caught driving under the influence while on a suspended driver’s license, the penalties can be harsh.

Arizona’s subsection D of 28-1383 states that a suspended driver’s license permits a driver from:

  • Commuting, suspending, pardoning a sentence
  • Becoming eligible for probation or release until serving at least 4 months in prison

A driver’s license suspension can occur for a number of reasons not limited to a DUI conviction. For instance, if you are pulled over and refuse to consent to the breathalyzer test, it could result in an automatic driver’s license suspension. Our team will be able to help you understand the consequences.

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If you are looking for top-notch Phoenix DUI lawyers who can help you with the driver’s license suspension process, contact our firm. We work to either prevent you from having your license suspended or reinstate your license after suspension. We have former prosecutors on staff who know the court system as well as the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division. You can count on us to walk you through the process while keeping your best interests in mind at all times.

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