Immediately! You should contact an attorney at your first available opportunity. Not only can your Washington, DC DUI lawyer help make sure you are not subjected to any improper tests or questions, but, if you want to keep your driver’s license, you may need to have a DMV hearing within five days of your arrest.

In the District of Columbia, driving with a suspended or revoked license is a serious traffic violation. One of the major reasons is that unlicensed drivers are also generally uninsured drivers which can create a major problem for others on the road. If you have been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license, you should contact a DC traffic violations lawyer as soon as possible.

In Washington, DC, a driver can be charged with criminal speeding for going 30 miles an hour over the posted the speed limit. This is different from a standard moving violation, which is considered a civil infraction. Your DC traffic violations lawyer should explain the process to you.

If you contact the Law Office of Daniel A. Gross, PLLC, you will get a free no-obligation consultation. The specific fees for your case will vary depending on the facts but you will know upfront how much it will cost, and also know that your case is important and will be given the attention it deserves.