Learn How To Request Your Driver’s License Hearing After An OVI Arrest
After an arrest for operating a vehicle while impaired (OVI), you must request a hearing with the judge overseeing your DUI / OVI case in order to appeal the administrative license suspension (ALS) imposed by the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). This hearing will afford you the opportunity to protect your license, driving privileges, and your ability to drive without any restrictions.
Failure to request a hearing will result in an automatic driver’s license suspension if the arresting officer has reasonable grounds to believe you were driving under the influence (DUI) and you tested over the limit in blood alcohol content (BAC), or you refused to take a chemical test.
You can request a hearing to protect your license, but you only have a narrow window to do so. This must happen within 30 days of your arrest or you will undergo an automatic driver’s license suspension from the BMV. Our team must help you protect your interests. Call The Law Offices of Steven R. Adams, LLC for more information. Our team has experience in representing clients charged with all types of DUI / OVI offenses in Cincinnati and throughout Southern Ohio.
WHY DO I NEED A CINCINNATI OVI ATTORNEY FOR MY ALS HEARING?
Our attorneys can help you by:
- Scheduling your hearing on your behalf
- Reviewing your tickets and the Ohio BMV 2255 Form for an opportunity for ALS reversal, temporary stay, or termination
- Representing you in your ALS hearing and criminal case
The attorney you choose to guide you through the unfamiliar process ahead can make the difference in your legal journey and the outcome of your case. Our Cincinnati DUI lawyer Steven R. Adams has years of experience and has received AV Preeminent® attorney peer recognition from Martindale-Hubbell® - the highest rating possible. Our entire team has proven our ability to help clients through these difficult times, and we encourage you to consider the benefits of working with a seasoned legal team - especially when your future may be on the line.