In almost every case, if you have been arrested for a drinking and driving offense, the Division of Motor Vehicles is also going to file a separate legal action against and try to take your drivers' license from you, possibly for up to one year. It's also possible under certain circumstances that they will take it from you for up to 2 years. We can fight those cases for you.
Typically the focus at DMV is whether or not your chemical test (blood or breath) was above .08 within 2 hours of driving. That means that you need an attorney that can focus in on the scientific evidence of breath testing or blood testing. We have that experience, we have that training to do that for you.
Attorney Christopher Cessna speaks about license suspensions due to DUI.
Mr. Cessna explains provisional driver's licenses or PDLs.