Tuesday, February 20, 2018

MN DWI Driver's License Revocations (Explained)


When someone is pulled over by law enforcement --- that traffic stop can result in major complications.  This is why it is important to speak to an experienced Minnesota Criminal Defense Attorney.

Drunk Driving License Consequences

If you have been cited for driving over the legal limit ... the authorities may be able to take your license for at least 90 days. You could also receive an automatic revocation of even longer ---  under certain circumstances, such as if your blood alcohol level tested above 0.16.

One's ability to drive a car plays a major role in many things --- including getting to work, appointments, school, etc.  So, losing your license (for months!!!) could endanger a lot of important goals you have.  

With this in mind, the whole idea about losing your license needs to be addressed quickly and correctly.    

Expericenced Driver's License Attorney

What happens in the time period right after a driver fails a blood alcohol test can have significant impacts in relation to the issue of license revocation. This is because the measures one can take (to try and protect their driving privileges when facing an automatic revocation) can have short deadlines and time-frames associated with them. 

 
Therefore, after being accused failing a blood alcohol test, you may want to discuss their options related to the issue of license revocation with the Rolloff Law Office as soon as you can.  Call today: (612) 234-1165

1 comment:


  1. היי לכולם,אני כותב גם באנגלית וגם בעברית כדי ששאר העולם יבין ולא רק מי שמבין עברית,היי ממש צודק קראתי משהו דומה אצל עורך דין תעבורה מישראל
    Hi everyone, I write both in English and in Hebrew so that the rest of the world will understand and not only those who understand Hebrew and he is so right see a traffic lawyer

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