The aftershock of a DUI arrest is incredibly nerve-racking. The stress of the situation can weigh heavily on you, and you're probably concerned about how this will affect your life going forward. You might be having trouble sleeping, worried about what will happen to your job, and embarrassed about what your family and friends may be thinking.
While you're dealing with all of this stress, you're also facing critical deadlines and being forced to make some of the most important decisions in your case: decisions which will have a long-lasting impact on your reputation, your career, and your future.
But take a deep breath and know this: there's hope, and there's help. We're Pittman and Jill Morris of Morris Legal Team: husband-and-wife DUI attorneys with many years of experience of helping people in circumstances exactly like yours. We are former prosecutors who have handled hundreds of DUI cases, and we're dedicated to protecting the rights of those who've been accused of DUI – with competency, professionalism, and compassion.
After a DUI arrest, you have 10 days to file for an Administrative License Suspension (ALS) Hearing to avoid losing your Driver's License. If you don't file for this hearing within 10 days, your license can – and probably will - be suspended for up to a year. Don't wait! Contact Morris Legal Team today, and we'll file for you. Often with proper representation by an experienced legal team, you can continue to drive while your case is pending.
If you're a licensed medical professional, Morris Legal Team can even help you keep your medical license. We have the experience and know-how to navigate this complicated aspect of the law and negotiate with the licensing board on your behalf.
Remember, a DUI arrest doesn't define who you are, but it is important to take action quickly in order to protect your freedom and your future. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation, and sleep better tonight.