The Department of Public Safety can revoke your license after a DUI arrest. The length of the revocation can vary. The revocation is based on blood alcohol content, breath test refusal, or multiple DUI arrests. Unlike a court case where there are lots of items up for negotiation, revocation time-frames are part of the law. The time-frame isn’t negotiable.
A breath test with a .08 blood alcohol results in a 6 month revocation. But when you get to a third DUI arrest, you can be looking at up to 3 years of revocation. The consequences can be severe.
That’s why it is important to have an attorney review the evidence from your arrest. I help my clients decide whether it’s better to put a breathalyzer in their vehicle and have a modified license instead of a revocation, or if it is better to undergo a hearing in front of the Department of Public Safety.
Give me a call. I can help you figure out what’s best for you.
You probably have questions about your recent DUI arrest. We understand. Tulsa DUI Lawyer Robert Denton knows exactly what you should do and how you should do it to get your life back under control. As a former prosecutor, he knows the ins and outs of DUI cases. If you want to get your life back, give Robert Denton a call and hire the Tulsa DUI Attorney who can help you put your life back together.