About Your Utah Driver’s License Suspension

The State of Utah will seek to suspend your driver's license following an arrest for a DUI in Utah.

For immediate help, contact a Utah DUI Lawyer.

Arrested for DWI

You were probably given a temporary driver’s license at the time of your arrest that will expire after 30 days. In the mean time the State of Utah will file a civil case against you to suspend your license for a DUI in Salt Lake County. You can petition the Department of Motor Vehicles for a driver’s license hearing and try to keep your driving privileges, though you must do so within ten (10) calendar days of the date of your arrest. If you do not submit the petition in time, you will lose your license.

Note that under DUI laws in Utah, a DUI offender cannot obtain a restricted license for travel between home and work or school. If you are caught driving with a suspended license, the length of your license suspension will be doubled.

The DUI lawyers at Schatz, Anderson & Associates can help by scheduling a DMV hearing and representing you. There are many ways to win at the license hearing and Schatz, Anderson & Associates’s knowledge of the process could result in the retention of your driving privileges. Time is critical, so contact Schatz, Anderson & Associates now for further information.

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