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  • How Long Can I Lose My Driver’s License For A DUI Conviction in Utah?

    March 19, 2017 | Blog Drunk Driving
  • Best Utah DUI LawyerBeing arrested for driving under the influence in Salt Lake City, Utah, can be devastating. Some people are truly frightened because such an arrest affects their job, their family relationships and their social lives. However, it’s important to remember that every person who is arrested and facing a criminal charge is innocent until a judge or jury determines that he or she is guilty.

    When someone is charged with DUI in Utah, you only have 10 days to file your request for a driver’s license hearing.

     

    If you don’t do so, then the state will suspend your license automatically. This hearing is actually a civil matter separate from your criminal charge for DUI. As far as your defense goes, this hearing is really important. You’ll get to hear the arresting officer’s testimony that he or she will likely give in your criminal court case. At Greg S. Law, PLLC. You can win this hearing, but that just means you will only keep your driving privileges while the DUI case is pending. Should you be convicted of the charges, your driving privileges are suspended for 120 days. If it’s your second or subsequent DUI conviction, then you’re looking at a two-year suspension.

    At Greg S. Law, we understand how difficult it can be to face a DUI charge.

     

    We will provide you with an aggressive DUI defense while ensuring that your rights are protected. There are many reasons why someone may be found not guilty of such a charge, so don’t feel as though the situation is hopeless. To learn more, please visit our webpage on DUI defense.

    Get Help From An Experienced DUI Defense Attorney Today

    Call Greg S. Law, at 801-261-6228 / Toll Free: 888-784-3554

    Learn what a difference aggressive representation can make in your DUI case, and make certain that your rights and interests will be fully protected throughout the legal process.

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