Representing Drivers In Colorado At DMV Hearings

If you were arrested for DUI, your driver's license was revoked pending the outcome of your case. Recovering your license is a totally separate process from the criminal case against you; you will need to appear at a Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) hearing to retain or reinstate your license.

It is important to retain a lawyer to help you do this, as the state will present evidence at this hearing that may also be used against you in the criminal DUI proceedings. The DMV hearing is a preview of the criminal case.

Advocating For Clients At DMV Hearings

Denver DMV hearings attorney James L. Finegan will work to help you recover your driver's license by appearing at DMV hearings to advocate for your ability to drive and to get a look at the evidence against you in your criminal case.

It can be difficult to recover a driver's license if you:

  • Are under 21
  • Had a blood alcohol content higher than .08 (.02 if the driver was under 21)
  • Refused BAC testing or drove on a commercial driver's license (CDL) with a BAC of .04 or more

However, attorney James L. Finegan has often been successful in seeking interlock licenses so that you can continue to work or transport your children to school.

Act Quickly After A DUI/DWAI Arrest

You have only seven days from the date of your arrest to request a DMV hearing about your license. Once you have requested a hearing, you will most likely have temporary driving privileges until the date of the hearing. However, your license can still be revoked, depending on the outcome of the DMV hearing. If you do not request a hearing, your license revocation will continue.

Protect Your Ability To Drive

For more information about protecting your driving privileges, contact attorney James L. Finegan at 303-586-2961 or toll-free at 877-834-4609. He will work hard to find every possible avenue to reserve your ability to drive after your DUI charge.