If you are convicted of DWI, your driver’s license will be suspended or revoked, depending upon a number of circumstances, including whether or not you have prior offenses on your record.
- Driver’s license suspension is for a fixed period of time, and will end when that time has expired and you pay a suspension termination fee.
- Driver’s license revocation does not end automatically after a set period of time. The DMV only lifts the revocation after you have submitted a reapplication fee and proof you have completed required programs, and after you pass a review.
As your attorney, I can represent you in all driver’s license suspension and revocation matters before the DMV, working to lessen the damage this legal issue has on your driving privileges.
I have more than 25 years of experience handling criminal defense and driver’s license issues for clients in Westbury and throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties and the five boroughs of New York City.
If your driver’s license is suspended, you may be eligible to apply for a conditional license, which will allow you to drive to and from work, school, the DMV, for medical treatment, day care and other limited circumstances.
To be eligible for a conditional license, you must participate in the Drinking Driver Program. Consult with an experienced DWI defense lawyer to find out if you meet the other eligibility requirements.
Contact My Law Office To Protect Your Driver’s License
If you have been arrested for drunk driving and your driver’s license is in jeopardy, I am here to help. Contact my law office online or by telephone at 516-334-2120 to arrange a free and confidential consultation with an experienced DWI defense lawyer.