Drunk Driving Lawyer Pinellas

DUI Lawyers – St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Pinellas County

We are Former State Prosecutors. We Learned Street-Level DUI Enforcement Tactics from the Inside. We have first-hand knowledge of strategies often used by the prosecution.

Many clients inquire about the possibility of having their pending DUI charge dropped to the lesser offense of “Reckless Driving.

Getting a Head Start on Your DUI Court Obligations Could Save You Time & Money. Preparing for Court: We Have the Tools to Teach You What You Need to Know

St. Petersburg, Pinellas Park, Clearwater, Dunedin, Palm Harbor, Pinellas County, Florida

If you have a DUI, Drunk Driving, DWI, or Driving Under the Influence charge in the Tampa Bay area arising out of St. Petersurg, Clearwater, or any other location within Pinellas County, we are lawyers who can help.

Protecting Your Privilege to Drive Since 1986

We are experienced and qualified attorneys dedicated to defending your rights and protecting your privilege to drive. Our office routinely deals with the DHSMV in making application for driving permits and Florida hardship driver’s licenses.

Important: You only have 10 days from the date of your arrest to challenge your driver’s license suspension by having your lawyer demand a Formal Administrative Review Hearing. Contact us to find out more about how we may be able to keep you on the road.

Let’s Get Your Driver’s License Back Immediately!

Our Objective: Let’s Get You an Immediate Hardship License – If you were arrested for a 1st time DUI offense after July 1, 2013, Florida Statute section 322.2615(1)(b)3. and 322.271(7) may authorize you to make immediate application for a hardship license. We can cut through the red tape and show you how.

Let’s Keep You Driving Uninterrupted – If you have never previously suffered a driver license suspension for a DUI, Florida’s new law allows you to keep driving uninterrupted on a hardship license:

  • After your 10-day DUI driving permit citation expires;
  • While your DUI case is pending in court; and
  • Even if you are ultimately convicted of DUI

You cannot take the benefit of this law automatically! It requires the filing of specialized paperwork and careful attention to Florida DHSMV procedures. Having the advice of an experienced attorney is critical for avoiding the potential pitfalls and mistakes that can leave you without a driver’s license.

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