Denver DMV Hearings
A Denver DUI Lawyer Can Make a Difference
After a DUI arrest in Colorado, you only have seven days to request a DMV hearing to challenge the suspension of your driving privileges. If you do not have your attorney request a hearing, that state will automatically suspend your license, and you’ll lose the chance to challenge the action.
Driver’s license hearings are more informal than court proceedings. Some valuable pointers to keep in mind for your DMV hearing include:
- Your hearing may be in person or over the phone
- If the hearing is in person, leave additional time to arrive early. If you are late, the hearing may proceed without you.
- A Hearing Officer will explain the nature of the process and answer questions, but cannot give legal advice.
- You or your attorney can ask questions to cross-examine the police officer who testifies at the hearing.
Having an attorney at your DMV hearing is essential to making sure you get the best legal advice during the process and ask the proper cross-examination questions of the officer who was at the scene.
Even if the DMV hearing is unlikely to be successful, it’s helpful to the criminal case that the police officers testify at the DMV hearing first. Our lawyers can analyze the testimony and find additional evidence for your criminal defense.
Stand up for your driving rights. Let us work with you at your DMV hearing. Contact us today at (720) 408-7130.
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We take great pride in standing powerfully on the side of the accused in the Colorado justice system. We are available for our clients 24/7 by phone and have won multiple awards for our work.
Put our combined 30 years of experience to work for you at your DMV hearing and your DUI trial. Take a stand for your driving privileges. You deserve a hearing, and we’ll be there for you. Contact us for a consultation on your case today at (720) 408-7130.