DUI Administrative Hearings in Tennessee
Call a Murfreesboro DUI Attorney for Help Now!
Being arrested on suspicion of DUI can be a terrifying experience for anyone,
particularly those who have never had to face the criminal justice system
before. When you are arrested for DUI, your license will be immediately
revoked, you will be issued a restricted license, and you only have 10
business days to request an administrative hearing to challenge. This
hearing is entirely separate from the criminal trial you will face for
your charges, and will have a huge impact on whether or not you will be
able to retain your ability to drive for at least the next six months or more.
Joshua T. Crain, Attorneys at Law knows how overwhelming it can be to
face your criminal charges, and we strives to provide top-quality and
aggressive representation to help each of our clients achieve the best
possible outcome. Our Murfreesboro DUI law firm has helped numerous clients
navigate their cases, and remains dedicated to protecting their rights
and freedoms all along the way. His trial-tested advocacy and exceptional
ethics have earned him numerous accolades, including a perfect 10.0 Superb
rating from Avvo and inclusion in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National
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Effectively Fighting Your License Revocation
Challenging your license revocation at an administrative hearing is not
an easy task, but a necessary one if you want to avoid a mandatory license
suspension. If you fail to request a hearing within 10 business days,
your license revocation will stand and you will be forced to serve the
Your DUI attorney will have to work quickly to analyze evidence, including:
- A copy of the police report
- Your testimony
- Videotape from the police car
Using this evidence, our legal team can build a solid and aggressive defense
of your case to help you fight back against your license revocation. So
long as you can prove that the license revocation was unjustified, you
can avoid the administrative license suspension that coincides with a
It’s important to remember that this is not the same as your DUI
criminal trial. During your administrative hearing, you will plead your
case before administrators from the Department of Motor Vehicles. These
officials are already not on your side and will be looking to uphold the
revocation of your license unless you can mount a strong case that proves
your innocence. For this reason, it’s highly advised you retain
a DUI attorney who can help you through both this and your criminal trial.
Secure representation for your administrative hearing now!
Contact Joshua T. Crain, Attorneys at Law to start assembling your defense.