When you are arrested for a DUI, the Department of Motor Vehicles (“DMV”) and the Police will take away your driver’s license AND you will face criminal charges. Therefore, you must defend yourself against the DUI charges in two different proceedings to avoid the loss of your license, jail time, fines and other consequences of a DUI. Prompt action is essential since you have only 10 days to stop an automatic administrative suspension of your license by the DMV, so do not hesitate to contact a Tampa DUI defense attorney as soon as you are arrested.
3 Steps to Defending a DUI Defense
At Stechschulte Nell, our Hillsborough County DUI attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in DUI cases. A DUI conviction, even for a first-time offender, can result in a 180-day driver’s License suspension from the DMV, as well as up to six months of incarceration.
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We understand how important it is to raise all possible DUI defenses that could potentially help you to avoid conviction. Contact us today for a review of your case and to learn more about how an experienced Tampa DUI defense attorney can help with your DUI defense.