St. Louis Area Lawyers Providing Strong Representation in Administrative Hearings
If you have been arrested for drunk driving, or "DWI," you likely have a court date for the driving while intoxicated charges, for which you could face criminal penalties. You must also deal with the possibility of losing your driving privileges, including the possibility of a temporary suspension, during which you may be eligible for hardship driving privileges, all the way up to a lengthy revocation, during which you may be ineligible for hardship or limited driving privileges. The two issues are resolved in completely separate legal proceedings, with different rules and, often, in separate jurisdictions or courts.
At Law & Schriener LLC, in Clayton, Missouri, we provide Missouri and Illinois residents with an aggressive DUI/DWI defense, as well as strong representation in administrative hearings pertaining to the potential loss of driving privileges. We understand how being unable to drive because of the loss of driving privileges can great affect your life. You can have confidence that we will work hard to keep you from losing your driving privileges at all and, if a suspension or revocation cannot be avoided, to restore your driving privileges as quickly as possible.
Our Administrative Hearings Practice
You could lose your driving privileges after a drunk driving arrest or the accumulation of too many points on your driving record. It may be a temporary suspension or a permanent revocation depending upon the circumstances. If you wish to have your driving privileges reinstated, you will need to request an administrative hearing within 15 days of receiving your notice of revocation/suspension.
Why should you involve Law & Schriener, LLC? - The process of securing an administrative hearing can be daunting. We can help you understand the procedures involved, make certain paperwork is filed correctly and help you prepare for the upcoming hearing. At the hearing, you will have an experienced attorney by your side, committed to protecting your best interests. We can help officials recognize your need to have your driving privileges reinstated.
Contact an Experienced St. Louis Administrative Hearings Lawyer
To discuss the administrative hearing process with an experienced attorney, please contact us at 314-480-3389 or 866-373-3720 toll-free.