SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON LICENSE SUSPENSION ATTORNEY
Your attorney may be able to help save your driver's license and right to drive. However, do not risk driving on a suspended license. The risks are too great. If you drive after losing your license, you may be charged with a Gross Misdemeanor crime punishable by up to a year in jail, a $5,000 fine, and a suspension of your license for a year.
Also beware that an international driver's license is not a valid alternative if your Washington State License has been suspended. If you are here on a visa, you could be deported if you drive without a license.
How Can I Save My Washington State Driver's License?
One of the most devastating realities for a DUI offense is the license suspension. This can have untold amounts of consequences on various factors of life. If you or someone you love has been involved in a DUI and are at risk of losing your license, it is imperative that you take appropriate legal action.
The following are essential steps to saving your Washington State driver's license:
- You must hire an experienced attorney to assist you through the legal challeneges associated with a DUI.
- Request a hearing from the DOL, and request the officer's presence. This mandates the officer's presence in court to justify why they pulled you over and why they suspected you were under the influence.
- Errors occur all the time, request a re-test.
- If the officer has an abnormal amount of arrests then this may be called into question.
- Officers must follow the guidelines set out in the Washington Administrative Code, check the times the officer tested you for verfication of standard procedure.
- The sample label must have your information on it.
- When attending the motor vehicle hearing be on the look out for errors/fabrications.
Take Immediate Legal Action – Call 425-422-5818 Today
With more than 15 years of experience as a Snohomish County DUI defense lawyer, Attorney Mark W. Garka, PLLC knows how to handle the most difficult DUI cases. Regardless of your situation, contact our Snohomish County firm today to discuss your case. No case is too small or too big. We live to represent you.