DUI Frequently Asked Questions for a Denver Attorney
What is the different DUI and DWAI charges?
If your BAC level is .05-.08%, you will be charged with DWAI or Driving While Ability Impaired. If your BAC level is above .08% (the legal limit), you will face with a full DUI charge.
Will I lose my license?
If you submitted to a breath test or blood test or refused to submit to a test, you need to request a hearing from the DMV within 7 days of receiving the notice of revocation. If you fail to request the hearing, your license will be automatically revoked.
Is there a way to get my license back?
You are likely eligible for early reinstatement with an interlock restricted license after serving a 30 or 60 day revocation, but you should call a DUI attorney to discuss your eligibility.
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What happens if I was arrested for DUI at the scene of a car accident?
Please contact us to speak with our DUI defense attorney immediately. You may face felony charges, especially if someone was hurt in the accident.
What if I’ve been convicted for DUI before?
You must contact a DUI attorney quickly to begin your case. The penalties you face will increase with each DUI offense you have on record.
Why should I hire a Denver DUI attorney?
An attorney can help you in court and at the DMV. Our DUI lawyer has worked on some of the toughest cases in the Denver area. Evaluations are free, so contact us today to hear what we can do about your case.