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DUI License Suspension and Reinstatement

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DUI License Suspension In The State Of Florida

Under Florida State law, a conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) carries a mandatory suspension of your driver’s license. If you’ve been arrested or charged with DWI in Florida, it’s important that you speak to an experienced Florida DUI defense attorney as quickly as possible. Serving Orlando, Florida and communities throughout Seminole, Orange, and Osceola Counties, DUI defense lawyer Stanley M. Silver, Attorney at Law, provides aggressive and knowledgeable DUI defense counsel to Central Florida residents charged with DUIs.

First DUI Conviction Suspension

Florida’s laws concerning driver’s license suspension following DUI convictions mandate that following your first DWI conviction, your license will be revoked for a minimum of six months and a maximum of one year. In Central Florida, many people rely on their cars to get to and from work, to get their kids to school and other activities, and to perform day-to-day functions. Don’t let a driver’s license suspension get in the way of living your life and keeping your job. An experienced DUI defense lawyer can be your key to avoiding license suspension following arrest for driving while intoxicated. Without a committed and aggressive DUI defense attorney at your side, your chances of having your DUI charges reduced or dropped are generally very slim.

Additional Convictions

If your second DUI conviction in Florida takes place within five years of your first, Florida State law requires a minimum of five years revocation of your driver’s license, with the possibility of getting a hardship reinstatement after the first year.

If you are convicted a third time, within ten years of your second conviction, the penalty is a ten-year minimum revocation, with hardship reinstatement eligibility beginning after two years. After your fourth conviction, your license is permanently revoked with no chance of hardship reinstatement.

DUI With Manslaughter

If you are convicted of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol as well as manslaughter as a result of impaired driving, Florida State law requires a permanent revocation of your driver’s license, with the possibility of hardship reinstatement after five years if you have no prior convictions for driving while intoxicated.

Because the State of Florida takes DUI convictions so seriously, and imposes heavy penalties like driver’s license suspension for DWI convictions, it’s important that you have skilled representation from a Central Florida DWI defense attorney. If you live in Longwood, Orlando, Casselberry, Sanford, Altamonte Springs, Winter Park, Wekiva Springs, Apopka, Maitland, or anywhere else in Osceola, Orange, or Seminole Counties, DWI defense lawyer Stanley M. Silver is ready to help you fight the charges against you.

Consult An Experienced Seminole County Dui Defense Attorney Today

If you or a loved one has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, or has been charged with driving while intoxicated, time is a factor. Contact the Longwood, Florida office of Stanley M. Silver, Attorney at Law, P.C., at (407) 233-3212 for a free consultation, and he’ll get to work on your case immediately.