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Tampa DUI Attorney

Las Vegas DUI Misconception

Because most people have never been arrested for drunk driving, there is a lot of misinformation that circulates about Nevada’s DUI Laws. If you are facing a DUI charge, contact us today for a free initial consultation with a Las Vegas DUI Attorney.

The legal limit for alcohol consumption is .08%. If you are arrested for driving under the influence you will have to deal with two separate proceedings in motion: an administrative DMV case, and your criminal case. Within 7 days of your arrest, you can file a request for a DMV hearing to contest your license suspension. If the administrative case goes well, your license will be reinstated until the results of your criminal trial are in.

If you receive a DUI conviction during your criminal trial, however, your license will be re-suspended. Once this happens, you will be able to have it reinstated after an assigned amount of time. You will have to provide proof of SR-22 insurance, and you may have to take a driving skills test if your license was suspended for more than a year.

Our Las Vegas DUI Lawyer Will Seek the Best Outcome Possible

Depending on the circumstances surrounding your arrest, and whether or not you have prior convictions, the court may decide to sentence you to probation, community service, or house arrest.

Our goal for every client is to obtain the best outcome possible for your case. This could mean negotiating for reduced charges, taking your case to trial for an acquittal, or filing the right motions for a full dismissal. No matter what, our Las Vegas DUI attorneys fight aggressively to protect your best interests at all times. Contact our office today for a free initial consultation.


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