Confused About ADOT Hearings?
If you have an upcoming hearing through the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), Rideout Law Group can represent you.
In Arizona, you may find yourself needing to appear in an ADOT hearing for a DUI (admin per se), deadlines, or license suspension, among other reasons.
If you have been arrested for a suspected DUI, your driver’s license will be suspended 15 days after that date if you seek no further action. However, you have the right to request an ADOT hearing within that 15-day period. This will delay the suspension of your license until the hearing date, which is often months in the future.
Hiring an attorney to represent you at your ADOT hearing allows your lawyer to bring up various defenses to avoid license suspension.
The Arizona Department of Transportation provides general hearing information here.
If you have received an admin per se/implied consent affidavit for a DUI, call Rideout Law Group right away so we can work with you in your ADOT hearing.
RIDEOUT LAW GROUP
With offices in Lake Havasu City and Scottsdale, our firm serves the entire state of Arizona, with a particular focus on criminal defense, family law, and juvenile cases.
Our goal is for the best outcome for your criminal case, which can include:
- charges that are reduced or dropped.
- top experts reviewing your case.
- aggressive negotiations with the prosecution for plea bargains.
- fines or probation in lieu of jail time.
At Rideout Law Group, our attorneys are able to expertly examine the evidence in your case to provide a strong strategy for argument that leads to an outcome that is most favorable to you. We have experience in all types of criminal cases for both adults and juveniles, with positive outcomes both in plea negotiations as well as jury trial settings.
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