DMV Hearings - Let a Lawyer Represent You!

Consult with a Tallahassee DUI Lawyer Before Your Appointment

One of the most common reasons your driver’s license can be suspended is because of a drunk driving arrest. Before the suspension actually takes effect, you may be required to attend an administrative hearing. This hearing is your chance to challenge your arrest and try to get your license back. Due to the magnitude of what is at stake, you cannot afford to go without legal representation at your hearing.

A suspended license can prevent you from fulfilling daily obligations and even cost you your livelihood. At Jansen and Davis, P.A., we understand the seriousness of your situation. We can help you prepare before the administrative hearing occurs and ensure that your rights are protected. With over 50 years of experience, our Tallahassee DUI attorneys provide counsel you can trust.

What can I expect at my administrative hearing?

This hearing occurs not long after the arrest occurred and includes the arrested individual, their legal counsel, and the DMV. The driver is given the opportunity to present evidence challenging the circumstances of their arrest.

Each piece of evidence should work to dispute the following:

  • Did the police officer have probable cause to pull the driver over?
  • Did the arrest occur under lawful circumstances?
  • Was the driver informed of their rights?
  • Was the chemical test properly administered?

Along with evidence, the driver can also present testimony and witnesses to further their cause. An attorney can carefully develop the case on behalf of the driver and convince the DMV hearing officer that the charges should be dismissed.

The last thing you want is for your license to be suspended based on unlawful charges. The administrative hearing is the most effective place to ensure that this doesn’t happen and our firm is committed to working tirelessly for you every step of the way.

Schedule your free consultation with a Tallahassee DUI lawyer from Jansen and Davis, P.A.