Devoted to defending drivers who are accused of DUI in the Tampa, Florida Law Advisers has a team of attorneys. In every type of DUI cases the team of Tampa DUI attorneys can protect clients, as well as representing and scheduling their clients at Florida Department of Motor Vehicle and Highway Safety hearings.
Keep in mind that in it can result in devastating consequences for the driver a DUI conviction. A Florida DUI conviction can cause: license revocation or suspension, mandated counseling, hefty fines, higher insurance premiums, a lengthy prison sentence and ignition interlock device installation. You should schedule a free consultation with one of DUI attorneys in Tampa right away if you are arrested for a DUI. The team of DUI lawyers in Tampa will go through every feature of your case in order to develop a complete strategy to attack the charges against you.
Contacting an experienced DUI attorney for legal advice is the first thing anyone should do after a DUI arrest in Florida. The FHSMV – Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles will perform an automatic suspension of your license starting 10 days immediately after the DUI arrest. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles suspension will be independent of any criminal action by the State Attorney’s Office. Within ten days of the arrest to contest the automatic suspension, the driver has to file an appeal with the FHSMV. At Florida Legal Advisers, a Tampa DUI attorney can file an appeal with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles on your behalf and can be able to get you a temporary driver’s license that will let you to drive for up to forty two days while your challenge with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles is pending. A DUI attorney can challenge the legality of the suspension at the FHSMV hearing and also fight to have your driver’s license completely reinstated.
Getting Evidence Against You Thrown Out of Court
On order to suppress evidence that may otherwise be used to incriminate their clients in many cases their JohnBales Tampa DUI attorneys are able to file motions. And the evidence against the defendant will be inadmissible in court if a motion to suppress is granted. For example, anything obtained by the officer after your car was stopped will be prohibited at trial if there are grounds to support a motion to suppress the initial traffic stop. Also, if the officer didn’t have a valid reason to pull you over, that can be grounds to support a motion to suppress. DUI attorneys at Florida Law Advisers know precisely what is required to comprise a valid traffic stop and can recognize a potential traffic stop that was invalid. For a motion to suppress evidence against you from being brought into trial it is very important that you hire an experienced DUI lawyer in Tampa who can exploit and recognize any possible grounds. Between being found guilty and having the charges against you dropped a successful motion to suppress – it can be the difference.