DRIVER LICENSE REVOKED IN 7 DAYS
DRIVER'S LICENSE REVOKED IN 7 DAYS
You have seven (7) days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing with the Alaska Division of Motor Vehicle (DMV) to save your driver's license after a drunk driving arrest if you refuse to submit to a breath test or allegedly fail a breath test.
CONTEST REVOCATION OF YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE
You contest revocation of your driver's license by requesting an request for an Administrative Hearing. You only have 7 days to request for this hearing - DON'T LOSE YOUR LICENSE. We will file this request on your behalf.
GET TEMPORARY DRIVING PRIVILEGES
If a request for an administrative hearing is filed within 7 days, you will be granted temporary driving privileges by the DMV allowing you to drive until your DMV hearing. Our office will continue out your driving privileges to allow you to drive as long as possible,
TALK TO AN ATTORNEY TODAY
Time is of the essence in drunk (DUI/OUI) cases. If you wait, you may lose your driver's license, and either lose or severely risk losing opportunities to defend your case. To speak to an Attorney today please call Law Office of Leigh Ann Bauer at (907) 770-7007.
CALL THE LAW OFFICE OF LEIGH ANN BAUER AT (907)770-7007. THE PHONES ARE AVAILABLE 24/7