10-Day Rule Attorney in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
It is very important that you are aware that you have only ten days from the date of your DUI arrest to drive legally using your DUI ticket in place of your driver's license. You must schedule a DMV hearing if you want to be able to continue to drive on the 11th day with a business-purpose license. If you have no prior DUI arrests, you can waive your right to contest the suspension imposed on the night of your arrest and obtain a hardship permit right away. I will help you make this most important decision.
I will help you apply for the formal review hearing and your hardship permit. You have a right to contest the automatic license suspension that occurs after you have been arrested for DUI. Our skilled Fort Lauderdale DUI Attorneys offer you the experience and aggressive representation you need when facing a DUI charge in Florida.
Please do not hesitate to contact Lloyd H. Golburgh, Esq. You only have 10 days from the date of your arrest to protect your driver's license.
Lloyd H. Golburgh – Florida DUI Lawyer
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