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Fortunately, the San Diego, California, Law Office of Neal Gibbons and Associates can help you with both the administrative and criminal aspects of a drunk driving arrest. DUI/DWI matters. It is imperative to contact a qualified attorney as soon as possible after your arrest, to begin the process of combating your charges, protecting your rights and preventing the revocation of your driving privileges.

Don’t Risk the Suspension of Your Driver’s License

The Law Office of Neal Gibbons and Associates has the skills and experience to greatly decrease the likelihood of driver’s license suspension. We have had years of experience dealing with the criminal and administrative issues regarding alcohol-related traffic offenses. We can work to identify procedural errors in DUI/DWI paperwork, question the maintenance of Intoxilyzer/Breathalyzer machines, and present your side of the story to the DMV representative serving as de facto judge and prosecutor.

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License suspensions can be as long as three years, depending on a number of factors including if this is your first drunk driving charge, whether the charge is a felony or a misdemeanor-level offense and if vehicular assault or manslaughter were involved. Before risking the loss of your license and possibly even your livelihood as a result, contact The Law Office of Neal Gibbons and Associates for a no-fee consultation about how we can help.

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If you face a DMV hearing and driver’s license suspension, contact a firm with strong roots in the San Diego community, caring staff members and skilled attorneys who focus their extensive efforts and experience on helping people who are threatened with serious legal consequences.

If you have a California driver’s license and have been arrested for DUI/DWI, you face much more than the criminal charges. There are also civil and administrative consequences imposed by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) as well. The DMV will automatically suspend your license if you don’t contact them within ten [10] days following a DUI/DWI arrest and request that a “stay” be placed on your license suspension. The process for preventing the suspension of your license is a civil matter, completely separate from your criminal charges.