Preserve Your Driving Rights

If you have been charged with DUI/DWI/DAI (drunk driving), you want to know whether your driver's license will be suspended. Most Americans depend on driving to handle busy family schedules, go to school, and shop for groceries and other necessities. Having your license suspended may be equal to cutting off your livelihood if you drive to make a living.

It is a good thing that you are asking that critical question — "Will my driver's license be suspended?" — immediately after your DUI arrest. The sooner you have an aggressive, knowledgeable and experienced attorney on your side, the more likely it is that you will be able to keep your driving privileges.

Call or email Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford to schedule an initial consultation to discuss how to avoid getting your license suspended, or how to get your driver's license back after it has been suspended.

How Long Will The Suspension Last?

In general, you face license suspension if your blood alcohol content (BAC) was measured at .08 to .099 percent. Following a first offense, you can avoid suspension provided that you complete the requirements of an Accelerated Rehabilitative Discharge (ARD). With prior offenses, you face a 12-month license suspension. If you registered a higher BAC, your license may be suspended for up to 18 months. You may also face up to five years in prison.

Driver's License Suspension? Contact Us.

There is no substitute for a knowledgeable attorney after a DUI arrest. Schedule a consultation to talk to a lawyer at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford. Our criminal defense law firm has been serving Pennsylvania communities for more than 55 years.