Anytime a driver is pulled over and placed under arrest for a suspected
DUI, the arresting officer is required by law to confiscate the individual's
driver's license. If you have had your license confiscated following
a DUI arrest, you will be given a pink slip of paper to inform you that
you only have 14 days in which to request an Administrative License Hearing.
At this hearing you will be given the opportunity to fight the license
suspension. If you fail to request a hearing your license will be suspended
automatically. If you are successful at fighting your suspension, you
will be able to retain at least some portion of your driving privileges.
Don't wait to get help, schedule your FREE DUI consultation today!
As the loss of your license will likely have a dramatic impact on your
ability to get to and from work, pick up your children, get groceries,
go to the doctor and attend to other urgent matters, it is important you
act quickly in your own defense.
Attorney Burmaster Will Fight for You!
Hiring an experienced DUI attorney who can help you prepare for your hearing
and who will be able to provide a compelling argument in your defense,
will increase your chances of having the administrative judge allow you
to retain your driver's license.
Attorney Paul Burmaster is a
highly-respected DUI attorney who can represent DUI cases in any of the courts throughout the Kansas
City metropolitan area. Over the years he has handled more than 300 bench
trials and over 40 jury trials. If you are worried about losing your license
after a DUI, he stands ready to aggressively defend you as well.
Speak with a Kansas City DUI attorney at his firm immediately so that he can begin working on your defense.