If you have had your driver’s license suspended, fulfilling the terms necessary to get it back is a top priority. Regardless of what you do or how much of a change you make in your life, until you complete the specific requirements mandated by the state, your license will not be restored. If your license was suspended due to a DUI, multiple factors will be considered when determining how long the suspension will last. These include your blood alcohol level at the time of the arrest, whether you had a previous DUI on your record, and other factors. Once everything has been reviewed, a suspension letter will be sent to you that lists all the requirements you need to fulfill in order to get your license restored.
When seeking to get your driver’s license restored, it's important to contact a Lynnwood DUI attorney at the Dichter Law Office, PLLC in order to obtain feedback on the process. Our skilled attorney team can meet with you and review everything that you are required to do in order to get your license back, as well as answer your questions and clear up any confusion you have about the requirements. We have represented hundreds of individuals and will spend as long as necessary with you in order to help you make the process go as smooth as possible and get you legally back on the road!
In order to get your driver’s license restored for non-DUI suspensions, you usually must fix the offending issue first, and then pay a small restoration fee. If you haven't paid child support, you must get back in compliance with the terms of your child support agreement. If you haven't paid parking tickets, you must pay the tickets in full, as well as any penalty fees, before you can get your license back.
Contact a Lynnwood DUI attorney to discuss steps you need to take in order to get your license restored.