You have the right to appeal the suspension and try to get your license reinstated. This appeal must be made within 30 days of original date of the license suspension. You must make the request in writing and the request must explain your grounds for the appeal as well as provide a statement of evidence that you wish the administrative board to consider.
Never admit to having used any kind of alcohol or drugs to an officer, regardless of the circumstances of your stop. Always remember that even prior to your arrest and being read your Miranda rights, certain pieces of information will remain admissible as evidence, such as what gave the officer reasonable cause to detain you in the first place.
There are certain behaviors that officers look for when they study people driving that give clues about whether or not the driver is impaired. Driving with your face too close to the windshield, staring forward or putting your head out the window, will raise concern with police.
No matter what state you live in, you will have a variety of DWI attorneys to choose from, each seemingly as skilled as the other. When accused of Driving while Intoxicated and frightened of the legal consequences, choosing your best defender can fuel an already upsetting circumstance.
DWI Case 2 Robert R. was charged with a second offense of driving while intoxicated and aggravated DWI. He was stopped for going the wrong way up a one-way street. The officer ordered my client out of the car and had him perform two field sobriety tests. After the tests were completed, Robert R....
Melissa B. was charged with her third DWI offense. She was stopped because she crossed the yellow line twice and the white line once. After the stop, she performed three field sobriety tests: the HGN (also known as the “eye test,”) the walk and turn test, and the one leg stand test.