For more than 15 years, our attorneys at Sutton & Janelle, PLLC have served Berkeley County with aggressive legal representation for all DUI cases. Our lawyers have extensive experience representing clients who have lost their driver's license privileges, and we work tirelessly to help you get these freedoms reinstated.
Free consultations are available for our DUI clients; call our law office today at (304) 867-0049.
Driver's licenses can be suspended for a number of reasons. For alcohol-related incidents, drivers sometimes have the option to reinstate their license provided that their case falls into certain parameters. If you refused to take a BAC test when you were initially pulled over for suspected drunk driving, your license is automatically suspended, regardless of whether or not you were intoxicated.
Other factors can add time to your sentence, including:
At the DMV hearing, we represent your case in order to help give you the best chance at a reduced sentence. You have options in West Virginia when facing DUI consequences. As your DUI attorney, we guide you through those and honestly recommend the most promising option for your particular situation.
In the event of a drivers' license suspension, you may have the option to participate in the ignition interlock program offered to individuals in West Virginia. This program installs a device in your car which requires you to take a BAC test every time you drive. Our Berkeley County DUI attorneys might recommend you request this program, as it can get you on the road much sooner.
Contact us at our Martinsburg office today to get the legal support that you need.
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