License Suspension Is A Serious Issue
There are many ways to lose your driver’s license in Mississippi. Get too many traffic tickets and you could lose your license. If you are arrested for DUI, your license will be automatically suspended before your DUI case is resolved, unless you contest the suspension. Conviction on certain drug charges can result in a six-month license suspension. You can even lose your license for failing to pay child support.
But people whose licenses are suspended or revoked do not have to passively accept the state’s action. If you have lost your driver’s license, you can try to get your license reinstated with the help of an experienced lawyer.
Helping Mississippi Drivers Regain Their Driving Privileges
At Hayes Law Firm, PLLC, drivers receive help getting back on the road. Attorney Robbie Hayes has extensive experience in this area of law and works diligently to obtain results for his clients. For an affordable fee, Robbie can represent you.
Refusal To Blow After A DUI Stop
Failing to provide a breath sample after getting stopped for suspicion of DUI can result in the suspension of your license for 90 days. Though this adds an additional complication to your DUI case, you still have rights – including the right to challenge the suspension of your license. Robbie Hayes can represent you in an administrative hearing, seeking to overcome your license suspension.
Protect Your License – Get Legal Help Today
By taking prompt action, it may be possible to reverse a license revocation or suspension. Robbie Hayes will use his experience and knowledge of the law to protect your rights.
To learn how Robbie can help you, call 662-890-6909. You can also contact Hayes Law Firm, PLLC, in Southaven, Mississippi, online for a free consultation with a DeSoto County license suspension lawyer.