Fighting to Keep You in the Driver’s Seat

If you have been arrested for DWI/DUI, it is important to understand that, in addition to the criminal penalties you face, such as jail time and fines, you also face administrative and civil penalties, including the revocation or cancelation of your driver’s license.  The time period you may have to wait before your license is reinstated can range from a matter of months to more than a year. At Loftness Law Office, P.A., I strive to protect the driving privileges of people facing drunk driving charges in Minnesota.

Can I Keep My License After A DUI/DWI Charge? How About After a Conviction?

This is a very common question that individuals ask after a DWI arrest. The answer is – it depends. It depends on the circumstances, and it depends on whether you have a history of impaired driving incidents. I am a lawyer and litigator who is prepared to represent individuals in proceedings surrounding both criminal charges and administrative proceedings involving their driver’s licenses. Whether your license is revoked due to a test failure or a test refusal, I will make sure you understand your rights and pursue the best possible outcome for your situation.

Talk To a Scott County License Revocation Attorney Today

If you have been arrested for DWI/DUI, or an implied consent revocation, it is important to understand how quickly the process must proceed. Contact my firm today to schedule a consultation to discuss your rights. Call 952-641-7485 or reach out online.