Florida is unique when it comes to DUI arrests. “If you have been arrested for DUI in Florida, you only have 10 days from the date of arrest to request a Formal Review Hearing,” explains Guy. “If this request is not made within 10 days, your license will be automatically suspended for a minimum of six months and a minimum hardship period of 30 days.”
Guy recommends always contesting the administrative suspension of one’s driver’s license after an arrest for DUI. “This should only be done by an experienced DUI license suspension lawyer,” said Guy. “Often evidence obtained at the administrative hearing can be used to your advantage when your DUI case goes to court.” Also, drivers should know that signing a ticket is never viewed as an admission of guilt by the court.
Guy Seligman and his team work with suspended drivers to request a “Formal Review Hearing” and attend the hearing to aggressively fight against the suspended license charge. Guy can argue for reinstatement of full driving privileges, without the need for a hardship license or a hard time period of suspension.
“If you have lost your driver’s license due to DUI, there is a chance I can get it back for you,” said Seligman. “There are circumstances that allow you to get your license reinstated, so you need to move fast. You do not want to get caught driving with a suspended license. These are serious charges.”
If a client’s license was suspended in the state of Florida for DUI, The Law Offices of Guy Seligman’s can help. Seligman suggests that anyone at risk of losing their license, or those with already suspended or revoked licenses contact his new hot line at: 954/760-7600 covering: Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and all of Florida. This new hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
“People need to learn their rights and speak to an experienced suspended license attorney,” said Seligman. “Drivers must act quickly to address DUI-related license suspension or risk being labeled a Florida Habitual Traffic Offender. We cannot promise to help everyone, however, the sooner we meet to devise a strategy, the sooner we can help you get back in good standing.”
Guy Seligman is a criminal defense lawyer who started his career at the Dade County State Attorney’s office and later in the Broward County Public Defender's office in the late 1980s. Guy opened his home office in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and has been there ever since. A native Floridian, Guy has spent the last 25 years building relationships with prosecutors, judges and law enforcement officers and court officials. Guy is known as a fighter for the under-represented, the bullied and people who are being taken advantage of by either the system or their opponents. Guy Seligman can be contacted at 954/760-7600 or on the web at http://www.fixsuspendedlicense.com