Driving Under the Influence
A DUI arrest is traumatic. Most persons arrested for DUI have never been exposed to the criminal justice system, let alone handcuffed and taken to jail. If you’ve been arrested for DUI, Attorney David C. Hardy can meet with you to review the case and explain your options. Understanding the process and the choices you have can greatly reduce the stress and anxiety you may be feeling.
You need to understand that there are two distinct parts to a DUI case: the first is the administrative process handled by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles concerning the suspension of you license; the second is the criminal prosecution handled by the State Attorney’s Office.
You’ve got to act quickly. If you want to fight the suspension of your license, you only have 10 days from the date of arrest to request a hearing with the Department of Highways and Motor Vehicles.
Call Attorney Hardy today; he’ll schedule the administrative hearing. He can subpoena the law enforcement officers involved in the arrest and question them under oath. If we win the administrative hearing, your license will not be suspended; even if we lose, the hearing can provide important information that can be used to defend your criminal case.
The Hardy Law Firm, P.A. for your DUI Case?
Contact The Hardy Law Firm, P.A. to meet with Attorney David C. Hardy and discuss your case at no charge.