Denver Driving Under License Revocation Lawyers

A Revoked License Can Trigger A Cascade Of Complications

On the spectrum of legal consequences, a revoked license is not a prison sentence. Therefore, it can be easy to dismiss it as something not requiring much of your attention. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. Losing your driver's license is more than just a symbolic punitive gesture for those charged with DUI/DWAI or another crime. Losing your license can affect you in many ways you may not have anticipated. Without driving privileges, obviously you may be unable to get to work. But you may not have realized that losing your license can also affect your rights in family court, as not being able to drive may interfere with your ability to carry out parenting time and custody rights. At the Law Offices of Rodger C. Daley, our Denver suspended license lawyers will take aggressive steps to preserve your driving privileges so you can continue to live your life with the freedom you need.

Don't 'Go Rogue' With Your License Revocation

Many people believe that a license revocation is not severe enough to warrant contacting an attorney. The truth is, attempting to fight a license revocation on your own can have disastrous results. You may feel like pleading guilty just to resolve the issue as soon as you can, but this is a mistake. A guilty plea, even with good intentions, can have negative ramifications that affect you for years. This can include extended revocations for up to five years, and the required installation of an ignition interlock device.

Ignoring a license revocation is also a mistake. If your license has been revoked because of a DUI/DWAI charge, for example, you have a limited amount of time to seek a hearing to get your license back. Downplaying or ignoring this reality altogether can mean you are soon without a car and unable to navigate through your life with efficiency and ease.

Our attorneys at the Law Offices of Rodger C. Daley know what your rights and responsibilities are, and can help you navigate not only traffic court, but DMV hearings as well. DMV regulations can be very complicated, which is why it is crucial to work with an attorney who has extensive knowledge of and experience with the DMV's rules. We will aggressively seek due process on your behalf at your DMV hearing so that you can get back in the driver's seat and back to living your life.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation Today

License revocation is a serious issue that can have many unwanted ramifications if not dealt with promptly. Working with a criminal defense attorney is a prudent step that can prevent you from making small but costly mistakes that could impact your future. We will take forceful action to preserve your driving privileges and prevent you from paying heavy penalties. Contact our office in Denver, Colorado, at 303-500-5738 or 866-428-3981 for a free consultation. When necessary, we offer evening and weekend appointments to accommodate clients with busy schedules.