Atlanta Driver's License Suspension Lawyer
Was your license suspended in Atlanta? Call us for help.
There is nothing more worrisome than facing driver's license suspension,
whether from too many points on your license, a DUI charge, or other legal
problem. You need your driver's license, and you may have even driven
without it, just out of necessity. Unfortunately, if you are stopped by
the police and do not have a valid driver's license, your legal problems
will be compounded. No matter what situation you are facing surrounding
the suspension of your driver's license, at the Law Office of Matthew
T. McNally, our Atlanta traffic ticket defense attorney is ready to go
to work for you.
Your license could be suspended for any of the following offenses:
As a former Deputy District Attorney,
Matthew T. McNally is more than qualified to work within the justice system for your benefit.
He has extensively worked with the DMV, which is the final authority in
whether you will lose or retain your license. The firm has the skill,
knowledge and full understanding of both the DMV license suspension and
reinstatement process, as well as the criminal justice system. If you
have been accused of driving drunk, you will face an automatic suspension
unless you act quickly to challenge the suspension or revocation or your
license in an administrative hearing.
You Only Have 10 Days to Schedule a Hearing
Once you have been arrested for a DUI offense, you have only 10 days in
which to challenge the suspension of your driver's license. The criminal
defense lawyer at our firm has a full understanding of the process, and
can schedule this hearing for you, and represent you when it takes place.
There are various factors that could allow you to avoid license suspension
completely, one of which is when a driver has been the victim of an illegal
police stop. Our firm has the uncommon ability to spot any errors made
by police, so it is important that you have your case reviewed.
There is no time to lose –
call the firm today for an aggressive defense.