Protecting Your Driver’s License in Minnesota
After being pulled over, failing a field sobriety test or a breath / blood test, and being arrested for DWI as a result, your license will automatically be revoked. You will be given a temporary driving permit that will be good for 30 days. While you are given 30 whole days to seek legal representation and take action against the revocation, you are advised to start on this immediately. Talking to a Minneapolis DWI attorney as soon as possible should be your main priority. If you fail to speak with an attorney, you may face long term license suspension, even for a first DWI offense.
At Grostyan & Associates, the legal team works efficiently and quickly to secure favorable outcomes for our clients. My team understands that no two cases will be exactly the same, and we use a unique approach to each case. With this, we are able to better understand our client (the defendant), the situation that they are currently in, and the best defense strategy to take. Additionally, the team is able to provide our clients with the comfort that they need during such a frightening and possibly embarrassing time.
Contact Our Firm For Dedicated Representation
Before approaching your administrative hearing to challenge the revocation of your driver’s license, do not forget to talk to a DWI defense lawyer who is capable of handling your case. Whether you have been arrested for your first or second DWI offense, felony DWI, or a DWI accident, my law firm has the experience and the capability that you need. We offer a free consultation to our clients and are available 24 hours of the day, 7 days of the week to address your legal needs.
For more information, call a DWI attorney from Grostyan & Associates, PLC today!