Cobb County Suspended License Defense Lawyer
If you were recently arrested for DUI, it's important to speak with a DUI defense lawyer immediately. You have only 30 days from the date of your arrest to request an ALS (Administrative License Suspension) hearing in writing. The hearing, which will take place within 30 days, is your opportunity to contest the suspension of your driver's license and fight to regain your driving privileges. A failure to request the 30 day hearing will result in a suspension of your driver's license on day 46.
License Suspension Attorney
Not all law firms focus exclusively on DUI and suspended license matters. Many law firms offer services in other areas of law, such as personal injury, bankruptcy, general criminal defense, and more. The firm's founder, Attorney Richard Lawson, a former DUI prosecutor, has gathered a team of dedicated, resourceful, and experienced DUI lawyers to defend DUI cases and handle suspended license matters. With over 20 years of experience exclusively in DUI defense, the attorneys at the firm have developed strong resources and strategies that have proven essential in securing favorable verdicts and settlements for their clients.
During your initial consultation, we will determine what it is you hope to achieve in court. Maybe you are interested in obtaining a hardship license until your suspension is over. Perhaps you'd like to appeal your license suspension. Maybe you'd like to ask the judge to shorten the length of your suspension. Whatever your goals are, you can trust the legal team to provide you with the guidance, resources, and representation needed to attain those goals. We know that losing your driving privileges is incredibly frustrating and inconvenient. Let the firm assist you with your license suspension matters so you can get back on the road as quickly as possible.
Contact a Cobb County DUI lawyer from the Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson today.