St. Paul Drivers License Revocation Lawyer
Criminal Defense in St. Paul
The state of Minnesota will attempt to revoke the license of an individual who is found driving an automobile with a BAC, or blood alcohol concentration, over.08%. When someone is arrested for a DWI or DUI, they will most likely have their driver's license revoked. An ALS, or Administrative License Revocation will take place unless you take action to try to avoid it. Driver's licenses are very important to your everyday life with regard to work, and other important personal activities. If you are facing a driver's license revocation, you must contact a St. Paul criminal defense lawyer right away. Mohammad, Schiks and Jaafar, P.A. can help you through this difficult time by determining the options you may have available to fight back.
Driver's License Revocation and Reinstatement in St. Paul
There are options available to those who have had their driver's license revoked. You will have only 7 days in which to take action, and you are urged to contact our firm before the matter progresses. In Minnesota, the number of offenses, or previous record of offenses, weighs heavily on the consequences you may receive. First time offenders may only face a ninety day revocation period. The punishments become more severe as the number of offenses increases. Second and third offenders can receive revocations up to one year if they do not get legal counsel that is concerned with taking action to pursue a better outcome.
It is very important that you retain a dedicated firm for your upcoming trial as it could make the difference in your case. Individuals who have received a driver's license revocation only have thirty days to challenge their revocation. The law firm can take action on your behalf by filing for a challenge and fighting aggressively for your best interests. The revocation can be appealed administratively through the DPS and/or in court, under Minnesota Statute §169A.53. The firm is familiar with the process and can quickly advise you what should be done in your case.
The attorney understands that this may be a difficult time in your life, especially if you rely heavily on your car, and they are here to help. They will explore every option available to seek to have your license reinstated as quickly as possible. Attorney Justin M. Schiks and his legal team work very hard for each client they represent. Their knowledge of and experience in the Minnesota legal system makes them a good choice for you in for any DWI or DUI case. You can rely on the firm as they will zealously defend you and your right to drive.
Contact a St. Paul driver's license revocation lawyer if you have had your driver's license revoked and are in need of high quality legal representation.