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Suspended Licenses

How to Get Your License Back After a Suspension

There are many ways a person can have their license suspended and operating a vehicle with a suspended license can cause serious complications. If your license has been suspended because of a DUI or a refusal to take a breath or blood test, it is important that you contact Anthony Curiale and Associates, A Professional Corporation right away and speak with a Brea DUI defense lawyer from our firm.

With the representation of our team, we can help defend your driving privileges and ensure that your rights are protected in the event of an arrest. We are proud to offer 50 years of collective experience to our clients and our team will work hard to provide you with the best possible resolution to your case.

How does a license become suspended?

California recognizes the implied consent law, which means that any driver that refuses to take a breath test or blood test will be subjected to the suspension of their license immediately. Even if you are sober, the refusal to take a test will have negative repercussions. Your license may be suspended as well if you are charged, tried and convicted of a DUI.

The moment you are arrested for allegedly operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you will have your license suspended by the arresting officer. The officer will then issue you a pink notice called a "Notice of Supervision" that will act as a temporary license for up to 30 days. It is your job to protect your driving privileges after a notice is given.

Protecting Your License with Our Brea DUI Attorneys

Are you looking for a lawyer to help you get your license back? After you receive a notice of supervision, you will have only 10 days to request a DMV hearing. At this hearing, you will have the opportunity to protect your license and defend your driving privileges. You and your attorney will attend this administrative hearing, which is separate from your criminal court proceedings, and challenge any evidence that has been collected, and cross-examine witnesses.

The best thing that you can do to defend your driver's license is to work with an understanding and experienced attorney. At Anthony Curiale and Associates, A Professional Corporation, we have helped protect the licenses of countless employees and it is important that after an arrest, you contact our firm right away. Speak with a DUI attorney in Brea today by completing a case evaluation form.

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