Do You Have a Suspended License?
If your license has been suspended due to a DUI offense, there is likely something that can be done about it. Your driver's license suspension can be appealed with the help of a Cherokee County suspended license defense lawyer. There are a variety of ways that the firm can assist individuals in this situation. In some cases, it may be necessary to appeal a driver's license suspension that has taken place. In other cases, the DUI charge itself must be defended aggressively to seek a “not guilty” verdict or a dismissed charge, which will then lead to the reinstatement of the license in most cases.
Suspended License Defense Lawyer Serving Canton, Woodstock, and Holly Springs
A suspended license can make it almost impossible to get to work, school, or to perform other necessary functions for yourself and your family. If you are driving on a commercial driver's license (CDL), it is even more devastating because you could likely lose your job. In the current financial climate with very few job opportunities available, this can be the road to financial ruin. It is critical to get immediate legal help from a skilled DUI defense attorney from the Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson without delay to assist you fighting to resolve the matter.
The firm has outstanding qualifications to fight on your behalf. After 20+ years of focusing exclusively on all types of DUI defense cases, the legal team has strong resources and strategies for helping individuals who are facing the prospect of losing their ability to drive due to DUI offenses. In many cases, the solution is in the ALS hearing in which evidence to support the client is presented in order to defend your right to drive. In other cases, an appeal may need to be initiated in order to fight to regain the license. Call the firm to discuss your case, as time is important in this matter, and you have only 10 days in which to act after a DUI arrest.
Contact a Cherokee Country Suspended License Attorney from the firm today so we might fight to protect your driving privileges.