Criminal DUI Defense Attorneys Protecting You from Driver’s License Suspension
Parkman & White, LLC: Driver’s License Suspension Lawyers in Birmingham
No matter what kind of drunk driving charge you face, one of the biggest risks you run concerns suspension of your driver’s license. Even a conviction for a first offense may result in a 90-day suspension, with no provision for a hardship or restricted license to get to and from work.
You’ll still need skilled representation to give yourself the best possible chance of staying on the road. To benefit from the advice of a seasoned DUI defense lawyer, Call us at 205-244-1920 to schedule an appointment with one of our DUI defense attorneys.
A distinguished law firm on your side against DUI charges and driver’s license suspension.
Parkman & White, LLC, one of the nation’s most distinguished criminal defense firms, offers expertise in the defense of complex and basic DUI defense for those throughout Alabama. We use our familiarity with the criminal and administrative procedures to help people defeat drunk driving charges while dealing with the driver’s license suspension proceedings that usually run ahead of the criminal case.
We will try to avoid the risk of a driver’s license suspension altogether because we know how important driving is to our clients. If avoiding suspension is impossible, we will work with the prosecution, the courts and the DMV to minimize the length of a suspension and to expand your opportunity for a conditional license. This may allow you to at least drive to most of your responsibilities.
No matter where you are arrested, we’ll cover all criminal and administrative aspects of your case for one flat fee. Because we’re committed to achieving the best possible results for our clients, you don’t need to worry about whether our representation will require one court appearance or three. To discuss your driver’s license situation with a knowledgeable attorney, Contact Parkman & White, LLC for a free consultation.
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