Olathe DUI Attorney for Driver's License Suspension
Driver's License Suspension After a DUI Charge
Of all of the consequences and ramifications that accompany successful
convictions of a
Johnson County or Olathe, one of the most crippling, debilitating is the possible suspension
of your driver's license. Many people rely heavily on their license
for their daily transportation, using their own personal vehicle to take
them to their daily tasks, such as to and from work. If a successful DUI
conviction takes this from you, however, you will find that it is difficult,
if not impossible, to continue on in your normal fashion.
When facing your first DUI, there are several situations that you will
need to be aware of. If a breath test is administered during the initial
arrest and you are found to have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) below
.15%, you will run the risk of a suspension lasting 30 days followed by
restricted privileges for the 330 days following that. If you are found
to have a BAC above .15%, or if you refuse the test, you could have your
license suspended for a year, with the following year requiring an ignition
interlock device on your vehicle. Any following DUI offenses will lengthen
the terms of your suspension. To ensure you are given the edge you need
to successfully combat the charges held against you, do not hesitate to
secure the assistance of an Olathe DUI attorney as soon as possible.
Olathe Lawyer Fighting Against License Suspension
I, John Harvell, understand how important it is that you are not subjected
to a driver's license suspension. A license is a necessity that many
people cannot live without, and every step that can be taken to defend
you against such a consequence should not be left untaken. By working
with me, you can be confident that I will keep you informed and involved
as I work to defend your rights. Your future is simply too important to
leave up to the whims of chance -- by securing my assistance, you can
breathe easier knowing your future is in compassionate, capable hands.
Contact an Olathe DUI lawyer to help fight against the possibility of a driver's license suspension.