Attorney David Chesley's Criminal Defense Blog


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If you’ve been arrested for a DUI, you only have 10 days to request a hearing with the DMV, or you risk having your license suspended. At The Law Offices of David S. Chesley, our attorneys specialize in DUI cases and will treat your DMV hearing exactly like a criminal case.

We know which questions to ask: Was there reasonable cause for your arrest? What was your BAC level, and how was it measured? Were the tests administered on site, or hours later at the police station? The evidence is often weak, inaccurate, or incomplete, which our attorneys can use to strategically save your license so you can stay on the road, drive to work, and continue on with your daily life.

Unless your DMV hearing is scheduled within 10 days of your DUI arrest, your license will be automatically suspended. Contact us immediately – Our DUI Lawyers will use its expertise and 30 years’ experience in DUI law to aggressively fight for your freedom.

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