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Phoenix License Suspension Attorney

In Arizona, a person can face either a driver’s license suspension or a driver’s license revocation. The severity of the infraction(s) committed typically determines whether a person’s license will be suspended or revoked. However, even if a person is facing a revoked license, they may be able to reinstate their driving privileges.

If you or a loved one require assistance with any issues regarding lifetime driver’s license suspension, please contact the Nunez Law Firm, PLLC today. Our Phoenix license suspension attorneys want to help you go through the reinstatement process so that you receive your license back as soon as possible.

Why Choose Our Law Firm?

Working to reinstate your license is not something you have to do alone. The Nunez Law Firm is standing by to help you through this.

  • We are dedicated to providing excellent service to every client, and we ensure every client has access to their attorney to ask any questions or raise concerns about their case.
  • We have more than two decades of experience handling complicated legal issues, including Phoenix driver’s license revocations.
  • We are committed to giving our clients the answers and services they need when they are going through a difficult time, and we are going to counsel you on all likely outcomes you are facing.

Can A Person Face A Lifetime Driver’s License Suspension?

Those who find themselves facing serious driving violations or crimes could end up with their driver’s license suspended or revoked – though Arizona does not have an official “lifetime” suspension. While a suspended Arizona driver’s license can be reinstated after the suspension period is over, anyone facing a license revocation will have a harder time reinstating their driving privileges.

Under Arizona law, a person’s driver’s license may be revoked if they are convicted of the following serious (or multiple convictions) charges:

  • Any felony involving a vehicle
    • felony DUI
    • aggravated DUI
    • vehicular assault
    • vehicular homicide
    • vehicular manslaughter
  • Driving under the influence of drugs
  • Giving false information to the Arizona MVD
  • Two more DUI charges
  • Two or more reckless driving convictions
  • Leaving the scene of an accident which you were a party of
  • Failing to stop and render aid or arrange for medical assistance for a victim
  • Discharge of a gun while driving or riding any vehicle (drive-by shooting)

When a person’s Arizona driver’s license has been revoked, it will remain revoked indefinitely. The Arizona Department of Transportation provides detailed instructions on the process of reinstating license privileges. This process does not guarantee license reinstatement. In essence, a person’s driver’s license could remain revoked permanently. The process for reinstatement includes the following:

  • Driver submitting a Revocation Investigation Packet obtained from the Arizona Department of Transportation website.
  • Investigation completed by the state to ensure that all withdrawal actions and Arizona state requirements have been met.
  • For alcohol- or drug-related offenses, a person will need to provide proof of future financial responsibility, commonly referred to as SR-22.
  • Bring proof of notice to the MVD, fill out an application, pay a $20.00 reinstatement fee, and pay a license application fee.

If a request is denied for reinstatement of driving privileges, the driver can submit a written request for an administrative hearing to the Executive Hearing Office of the MVD.

What Will An Attorney Do To Help A Suspended License?

A Phoenix license suspension lawyer is going to have the resources necessary to help get your license reinstated. In fact, if you consult with an attorney early enough in your case, you may be able to avoid losing your license in the first place. An attorney can gather all of the evidence being used against you and work to build a vigorous defense on your behalf. They will ensure you are treated fairly throughout this entire process.

If you do need to get your license reinstated, your legal team can help you gather all of the paperwork needed and help you fill out all of the necessary forms.

Contact Us For a Consultation of Your Case Today

If your driver’s license has been revoked in the state of Arizona, you may need to seek assistance from an attorney in order to get your driving privileges reinstated. At the Nunez Law Firm, PLLC, our qualified and experienced team is ready to investigate your situation and do what we can to help you through this process. Our goal is to get your license reinstated so you can get back to living your life. When you need a Phoenix driver’s license suspension attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case, call us at (602) 500-0000.