Court Ordered Suspensions
If your Florida driver’s license has been suspended for DUI, drug possession, child support or any other court order, the key is to act fast and hire a suspended license lawyer so you can get back on the road.
Contact criminal defense attorney Guy Seligman today if you have lost your driver’s license due to:
If you have been arrested for DUI in Florida, you only have 10 days from the date of arrest to request a Formal Review Hearing. If this request is not made within 10 days your license will automatically be suspended for a minimum of 6 months and a minimum hardship period of 30 days.
If you refuse a lawful request for a breath or urine sample the suspension and hardship periods become longer unless successfully challenged. You should always contest the administrative suspension of your driver’s license after an arrest for DUI. This should only be done by an experienced DUI license suspension lawyer. Often evidence obtained at the administrative hearing can be used to your advantage when your DUI case goes to court.
Did You Know?
Signing a ticket is never viewed as an admission of guilt by the court.
Guy Seligman and his team will work with you to request your Formal Review Hearing and attend the hearing for you or with you to fight aggressively against the suspended license charge. He will argue for reinstatement of your full driving privileges, without the need for a hardship license or a hard time period of suspension.
Guy also represents clients seeking to reinstate their license after multiple DUIs in Florida. You must act quickly to address your DUI-related license suspension or risk being labeled a Florida Habitual Traffic Offender.
Under Florida law, your Florida driver’s license can be suspended if you are found guilty of certain offenses, even if these offenses do not involve operating a motor vehicle. Some of these offenses are possession of marijuana or cocaine. These can result in a 2 year driver’s license suspension.
If you have lost your license because of a Controlled Substance conviction, contact Guy Seligman today to discuss what can be done to reinstate your driving privileges.
If you are paying court-ordered child support and fall behind in the payments, the Florida Department of Revenue (FDR) can suspend your driver’s license. The suspension can be lifted with payment of the support and the FDR is authorized to negotiate partial payments and increased monthly payments.
Let Guy Seligman and his team help you find the best approach to getting your license back if you owe child support. Possible remedies include negotiating a payment plan and determining if you actually are financially capable of paying the amount owed.
The sooner you call, the sooner you could be driving legally!
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