In Indiana, a criminal defense attorney has only 10 days to save your driving privileges. So if you are facing DUI charges from a recent arrest, you need to get in touch with a licensed crime lawyer ASAP! You may still have a chance at maintaining a reliable and consistent means of transportation.
Were you recently arrested for a drink driving charge?
If you didn’t refuse a chemical test, and it hasn’t been 10 days since the arrest, you may qualify to have your driving privileges saved from suspension! What was once called a “hardship” or “probationary” license is now referred to a “specialized driving privileges” (SDP) in Indiana. It is important to contact Attorney David E. Lewis as soon as possible following an OWI charge to see if you have a chance at being granted specialized driving privileges.
Depending on several factors, a judge can choose to grant a wide spectrum of driving authorizations for an offender. They may only allow a person to drive to and from school or work, or simply allow offenders to drive during specified times of the day. They may also assign an ignition interlock device on their vehicle to prevent future intoxicated driving if they are a habitual offender.
If you want to avoid jail or have your charges dropped or reduced, you need to hire a criminal lawyer. You can opt for a public defender, but you have a stronger chance at dismissing criminal charges or entering into alternative sentencing agreements by using private defense.
Attorney David E. Lewis Can Help You
Attorney David E. Lewis can be reached at his office during regular business hours, Monday through Friday. He offers a wide range of criminal defense, from DUIs and drug charges, to felonies, expungements, and more. You can count on his aggressive representation to preserve your rights and protect your freedoms.