What Most Drivers Miss That Could Save Your Drivers License After a DUI Arrest

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Motorists, did you know there’s a crucial step most people miss after a DUI charge that could save their license? Let’s dive into what that is.

When Sarah left the party, she felt fine to drive. It was just a couple of blocks to her home, after all. But when the flashing lights appeared in her rearview mirror, her heart sank.

After failing the roadside exercises then the breathalyzer test, she faced a DUI charge, feeling overwhelmed and scared.
What she didn’t know, and what many don’t, is that immediately contacting a lawyer could potentially save her driving privileges!

Here’s why: In many states, you have a very short window to request a hearing about your license suspension. In Florida, it’s 10 days. Miss it, and you’re automatically off the road, often before your case even goes to court.

Sarah thought the only thing at stake was the DUI charge itself, but her ability to drive—to get to work, to pick up her kids—hung in the balance, too.

If you or someone you know is dealing with a DUI charge, don’t wait. It’s not just about fighting the charge in court; it’s about protecting your immediate rights and privileges such as your drivers license.

Reach out to Albert Quirantes, Esq. Criminal DUI Ticket Lawyers, 305-644-1800. We can sit down, go over your case in detail, and guide you through the steps to take right now. Call “The Q”, because understanding your rights today can make all the difference for your tomorrow.

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