One of your first concerns after being charged with a Florida DUI is the impact that the charge will have on your Florida state driver’s license. People often forget how important this privilege is until it gets revoked or suspended. Without a license, you will be unable to complete the most basic activities like driving to the store, to work, or to drop children off at school.

It is important to contact an experienced Florida formal review hearing attorney as soon as you can in order to protect yourself and your license. By requesting a DMV administrative review hearing within ten days of your arrest, it could have a drastic impact on your driving privileges and the remainder of your Florida DUI case. Here at the Law Office of A. Randall Haas, a Florida administrative DUI hearing lawyer can help you to file a petition for an administrative DUI hearing and represent you at the hearing.

We Take Florida Administrative DUI Hearings Seriously

Not only are Florida DMV administrative hearings the best place to protect your driver’s license, but they are in fact the first line of defense for your DUI trial. While this Florida DUI administrative hearing does not necessarily determine your guilt or innocence, it does benefit your DUI administrative hearing defense attorney  in Florida by giving him or her the chance to build an effective defense against the charge by properly investigating your arrest.

In order to best defend you, I will begin by investigating and researching all of the alleged facts of your DUI stop, including any chemical tests, to check to your rights were always upheld. I will call any witnesses necessary to the DMV hearing including police officers and witnesses to question them regarding their roles in your DUI arrest.

By studying evidence from the DUI administrative hearing, we will be able to build an even stronger case for your upcoming trial, giving us a great advantage.