Lost Your Driving Privileges?

Counsel from a Denver DUI Defense Attorney

If you are like most people in Denver, chances are you rely heavily on driving to meet your daily needs. Between work, school, and errands, driving is a privilege that many individuals depend on. If you have been charged with DUI, you should be aware of the fact that your driving privileges are at risk. License suspension is one of the most common consequences of drunk driving, and the best thing you can do to help retain your license is to hire a legal representative from the Law Office of Christopher H. Cessna.

Attorney Cessna is an experienced and knowledgeable Denver DUI attorney who specializes in handling DUI cases. With numerous years of experience, he is well aware of Colorado's DUI laws and knows how to effectively represent you in both criminal court and at your DMV hearing.

Do not hesitate to contact him to get started on your case!

How long can I lose my license for?

After being arrested and charged with DUI, you only have 7 days to request a hearing with the Department of Motor Vehicles. The DMV hearing will address whether or not you can retain your driving privileges following a DUI arrest, but does not affect your criminal case. Regardless, it is very beneficial to have a defense attorney represent you during this hearing to ensure the best possible outcome. If you don't schedule a hearing or retain legal counsel, you may risk losing your driving privileges.

You could face the following terms:

  • First offense: Up to 9 months license suspension
  • Second offense: Up to 1 year license suspension
  • Third offense: Up to 2 years license suspension

When you have a seasoned Denver DUI lawyer on your side, you can rest assured knowing they will take the heavy legal burden off of your shoulders. Attorney Cessna is highly equipped to argue your case to the hearing administrator and can use all of his resources necessary to fight to have your driver's license restored during your trial and potentially the months following.

Don't accept your license suspension—Call the firm today!

License suspension is considered one of the more common penalties of DUI, as law makers seek to hold offenders accountable for their actions and off the roads. However, that does not mean you have to accept a license suspension. If you want to maintain your driving privileges, speak with the experienced legal advocate from the Law Office of Christopher H. Cessna as soon as possible.

Contact the firm today for your free consultation.