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If you happen to get pulled over for a driving under the influence (DUI) case, you will need to do all that you can to hire great representation, it is also important that you abide by the penalties that are levied afterward. However, if you happen to get convicted of a DUI and get caught driving after having your license revoked; this can bring even more penalties.

 

#1: Request a conditional license

In the state of Arizona, many judges will revoke and suspend your license when you are charged with a DUI, pending the outcome of the case. If this happens to you, you should immediately apply for a conditional license that you can use to get yourself to and from school or work. Having a lawyer on your side will be a great thing to do during this timeframe, so that you are better able to put your best foot forward in applying for this conditional license.

 

#2: Hire a lawyer to represent you if you get caught driving on a suspended license

If you make the wrong decision to drive on a license that is suspended following getting pulled for drinking and driving, you will want to hire an attorney. The reason for this is that they will be able to appeal to the judge and the courts in order to get you the best possible outcome. Your lawyer will speak to the judge on your behalf and will let you know the way to go about receiving the most out of your case, so that you can deflect the legal blow as much as possible.

 

#3: Make sure to never violate the courts orders

In order to be sure that you are able to turn a negative situation into a positive one, you will need to do your due diligence. Doing this will allow you to get all that you need out of this situation, so that you can put yourself back in good standing and avoid having further difficulties within the legal system. Get people who can help take you to and from your most important errands and research your public transportation options.

Follow these tips so that you can bounce back if you happen to be caught driving on a DUI suspended license. If you are caught and charged, the judge will likely reinstate the original charges, complete with new penalties and fees. While this is a huge mistake, you owe it to yourself to do everything that you can to bounce back from it in a way that will work for you. Putting these three tips to good use and hiring the right DUI lawyer will be incredibly helpful to you in that regard.

 

Robert A. Dodell, Attorney At Law
10601 N Hayden Rd, #I-103
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
(480) 860-4321
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