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DMV Hearings In Utah

Being arrested for DUI in Utah is serious business, even if it’s a first offense. You face not only a criminal charge, but the possible loss of your driver’s license.

At the Law Office of David Pedrazas, PLLC, we’re ready to protect your driver’s license and defend your freedom. We provide vigorous, results-oriented representation for our clients, working hard to help our clients overcome the consequences of DUI arrests.

Utah Division Of Motor Vehicles Hearings

To preserve your right to drive in Utah, you must request a hearing within 10 days of your arrest. Get legal help today.

After being arrested for DUI, the police officer will usually take away your license. At that time, you may qualify for a temporary license until your hearing. A hearing before the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles will then be scheduled within 30 days.

The hearing is a civil proceeding, not a criminal trial. Nevertheless, information gained from the hearing can prove useful on the criminal side of your case. David Pedrazas can represent you in this hearing, attempting to prevent the loss of your license and get the police to commit to certain facts that could be of use in your criminal case.

Do I Need An Attorney For A DMV Hearing?

You can certainly represent yourself in a DMV hearing. But by doing so, you could lose an important opportunity. DUI defense attorney David Pedrazas can question the arresting officer about the sequence of events leading to your arrest. In some cases, the information gained can be sufficient to get a DUI charge dropped or reduced to a non-alcohol driving offense.

Don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Always request a hearing and always bring a lawyer with you to that hearing. The Law Office of David Pedrazas, PLLC, stands ready to aggressively defend you at all stages of the legal process.

Free Consultation With A Lawyer

When the odds seem to be against you, put experience on your side. Contact the Law Office of David Pedrazas, PLLC, in Salt Lake City, Utah, for a free initial consultation.