DMV Hearings and DUI Rights
If you were arrested for drunk driving in Idaho or you refused to take a blood or breath test, you probably face suspension of your driver’s license. How can you get your license back? Can you still drive? Where should you turn for help?
The Idaho DUI/DWI rights lawyers at Palmer | George PLLC, understand the impact that license suspension or revocation has on individuals and families. Your license made it possible to go to work, pick the kids up from school, stop by the grocery store and do other daily tasks. The sooner you get your license back, the sooner your life can return to normal.
With nearly 30 combined years of defense experience as public defenders and sole practitioners, our attorneys are ready to help. Contact us for a free consultation. We will explain the legal process for reinstating your license and start the fight for your license.
Did you refuse to take a breath or blood test?
Under Idaho’s implied consent law, every driver in Idaho must agree to a breath test. If you refused to take a breath test or blood test, the arresting officers can automatically suspend your license. License suspension for refusal of chemical testing can last from 180 days to one year with no possibility to request a restricted license.
You may have a defense. Our DUI defense lawyers will ask questions such as: Was the stop valid? Did the officers act properly during the stop? Did they read you your rights?