Automatic License Suspension (ALS)
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If you are pulled over for a suspected DUI in the state of Georgia, you can expect the police officer to eventually request that you submit to a chemical test. While you are curbside, it is likely that you will only be able to take a breathalyzer test but there are also blood and urine tests that could be conducted elsewhere. If you fail your chemical test, you could automatically lose your driver's license through an immediate suspension. You do have the legal right to challenge the legality of an automatic license suspension, however, but statutes of limitation only allow you 30 days after your arrest to file for a hearing.
If your license has been suspended and you need help, you must act now! Contact a Savannah DUI attorney from The Schneider Law Firm.
Prepare for Your Hearing with Our Help
When you arrange for a hearing in defense of your driving privileges, you need to be sure that everything is in order and that no details were overlooked. You do not even have to actually attend your hearing but instead can allow one of our attorneys to be there on your behalf. At this hearing the attorney can attempt to negotiate a settlement with the police officer resulting in a non-DUI offense, or perhaps even a total dismissal of the charges, through a thorough cross-examination of the arresting officer.
When you rely on our lead attorney, Mr. Cris Schneider, to represent you in court, you will benefit from his various accolades and accomplishments, such as:
- Nearly 20 years of legal experience
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- Appreciative testimonials from past clients
- Strong reputation and history of success
Temporary Permits and Fighting Suspension
If you have been arrested for a suspected DUI, the police officer may confiscate your driver's license and provide you with a temporary permit. While this may initially seem harmless, this form of automatic license suspension can actually severely damage your freedom of mobility. There may be multiple legal avenues you can pursue to protect yourself, though.
At The Schneider Law Firm, our Savannah DUI lawyer specializes in DUI defense with a focus on preventing you from losing your license or paying high fines. As a former prosecutor, Attorney Schneider knows how to anticipate and dismantle the prosecutor's strategies while always keeping your best interests and legal rights in focus.
Contact us today to protect yourself from unfair automatic license suspensions.