Faced With Losing Your License?

Some charges can lead to the suspension or revocation of your driver’s license. If you are charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or having actual physical possession (APC) of a vehicle while intoxicated, you could face serious consequences.

Unfortunately, losing your driving privileges can have a lasting impact. Without the ability to drive, you could become dependent on friends and family to help you get to where you need to go. You could also face losing your job either because driving is part of what you do, or simply because you are no longer able to get yourself to work.

It is essential to talk to an attorney who understands what you are going through and what options you have for getting your driver’s license back. We can help you understand the next steps for getting your Oklahoma driver’s license reinstated so you can get back to your life.

It Is Important To Act Fast

Whether you have had your driver’s license for two years or 20, it becomes easy to be dependent on being able to drive yourself around. Being independent is an important part of being able to fulfill all your adult responsibilities.

There is a limit on the amount of time you have to request a hearing with the Department of Public Safety (DPS). If you do not request a hearing within 15 days of your charges, you could face an automatic loss of your driving privileges.

Ready To Answer Your Questions

We can help you fight to keep your driver’s license after a drunk driving charge. We can help you request your DPS hearing so your driving privileges are not revoked. To make an appointment with a lawyer in our Oklahoma City office, contact us online, or call us at 405-213-0208 or toll-free at 866-626-3186.