When you’ve been arrested for DUI one of the most important things you need to know is that a DUI arrest creates 2 completely separate cases.
There are criminal charges. Those are dealt with at the courthouse.
But there is also a civil administrative case against your license. That’s run by the Department of Public Safety.
And you only have 15 days from the date of your arrest to decide how you want to deal with this case. Otherwise the Department of Public Safety gets to revoke your license.
I’ve put a free form on my website for your driver’s license, so that you can send it off to the Department of Public Safety. Because, no matter what, I don’t want you to miss your deadline.
But there are lots of things to consider for both cases.
Did you know you need to choose between a hearing or a breathalyzer when you send the license form to DPS?
Did you know that a conviction for your criminal case can cause your license to be revoked?
You need an attorney who handles both cases and your attorney needs to know how each case affects the other. I specialize in DUI because I know that it’s a two headed monster. I can help 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.